Coastal and Tropical South
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Two Bright New Echinacea
Echinacea have become the trendy flower. Every year there seems to be new varieties on the market stretching the imagination of what's possible with this hardy, native perennial. Breeders have...
The New Revised Pruning Book
Pruning is one of the most essential and intimidating tasks a gardener can do. The best way to learn pruning is to have someone walk you through it step by step for each plant. That may not be...
New Colorful Crape Myrtle
Crape myrtles are considered the lilacs of the South. These beautiful, small trees feature attractive, lilac-shaped flowers that bloom from mid-summer until frost as well as exfoliating bark for...
Smaller Lawns for Some Cities
Parts of California have been in drought for the past three years and the lack of water is starting to cause lawmakers to take extreme measures. One of the biggest sources of water usage is the...
In the Garden
Dead or not, that is the question for many gardeners this month. Unusually cold temperatures slid into our regions with the New Year, but not all their consequences can be known yet. Right away the melted detris shows up, rosebuds and camellia flowers...
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www.orchids.org Based in San Francisco, Orchidmania is a volunteer organization concerned about HIV/AIDS use...
Favorite or New Plant
'Aloha' Tea Rose Not a hybrid tea, but rather an old-fashioned tea rose, 'Aloha' is my ideal garden bed rose for...
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