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  • Planting For Fall

    Planting For Fall

    There are quite a number of choices in the Fall when you want to add color to your landscape.  All of the following will breeze right thru the coldest of  winters in our area including ice storms, snow etc.:  pansies, violas, snapdragons, stock, dianthus, petunias, alyssum, calendula, dusty miller, cyclamin, primrose, and ornamental cabbage and kale.More >>
  • Hummingbird Gardens

    Hummingbird Gardens

    Thursday, June 12 2008 10:46 AM EDT2008-06-12 14:46:50 GMT
    One good way to enjoy the company of hummingbirds is planting a hummingbird garden. In addition to providing them a natural diet, a hummer garden is an excellent way to attract birds to your nearby feeder:More >>
  • Butterfly Gardening

    Plants to Attract and Feed Hummingbirds

    Thursday, June 12 2008 10:51 AM EDT2008-06-12 14:51:21 GMT
    It is easy to increase the number and variety of butterflies found in your yard. Simply grow the plants the caterpillars like to eat and plants that adult butterflies feed on! To attract, retain and encourageMore >>
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  • What is a Tender Annual or Tender Perennial?

    What is a Tender Annual or Tender Perennial?

    Thursday, March 13 2008 2:19 PM EDT2008-03-13 18:19:04 GMT
    You may see this term used to indicate a perennial plant grown as an annual because it is killed by frost. If you live in a frost free climate, this plant would be a perennial for you. If you live whereMore >>
  • Annuals vs Perennials

    Annuals vs Perennials

    Thursday, March 13 2008 2:16 PM EDT2008-03-13 18:16:17 GMT
    Keep in mid that most annuals do not tolerate frost, and transplants will do better if planted into soil that has a bit of time to warm up after that cold winter. Many hardy perennials however can be plantedMore >>
  • What is a Perennial Flower?

    What is a Perennial Flower?

    Thursday, March 13 2008 2:12 PM EDT2008-03-13 18:12:52 GMT
    A perennial flower lives for three or more seasons. It may or may not be mature enough to bloom the first year from seed. (Hint: P is for Permanent and for Perennial). Perennials will need periodic rejuvenationMore >>
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