Lower South

June, 2004
Regional Report

In the Garden

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Southern Summer Gardening Tips

During the cool, rainy days of spring, almost every southerner with a pulse contracts gardening fever. Then this thing called summer arrives. The blazing inferno of June, July, August, and even early September can turn a garden into toast in no time....
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Resources

Web Finds

Planting on Your Septic Drain Field Gardeners with a septic drain field on the property will find this Web site, Planting on Your...

Favorite or New Plant

Black-Eyed Susan Black-eyed Susans ( Rudbeckia fulgida ) are among the toughest, most beautiful perennials for our...
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Regional Reminders

  • Plant Heat-Tolerant Bedding Plants
  • Move Houseplants Outside for Summer
  • Don\'t Be a Skeeter Breeder
  • Attack Nutsedge Now
  • Fertilize Flowers for Repeat Performances

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