Middle South

May, 2004
Regional Report

In the Garden

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Mysterious Movements

Back in the 3rd Century B.C., Theophrastes noticed that plants don't just sit there. They move. Tulips close up in the cool of the night, and four-o'clocks open late in the afternoon. Watching the way some plants fold and unfold their flowers and...
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Resources

Favorite or New Plant

Gazania A native of South Africa, sometimes called treasure plant or rainbow daisy, gazania is one of my...

Web Finds

Seedy Side of Plants I'd rather garden than watch TV, but I come in early on Sundays to watch Nature on PBS. A few...
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Regional Reminders

  • Pamper Roses
  • Eradicate Invasives
  • Weed Fast Veggies
  • Replace Pansies
  • Support Tomatoes

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