Lower South

September, 2011
Regional Report

National News - From NGA Editors

New NGA Environmental Lawn and Garden Survey

National News

National Gardening Association conducted its first Environmental Lawn and Garden Survey in 2004. Concerns about global warming, climate change, our carbon footprint, and all things "green" have...

Reblooming Azaleas

Azaleas have long been the glory of the spring garden, when their showy blossoms adorn the shrubs in vivid shades. Now you can have as much as 20 weeks of colorful flowers with the new Proven...

Global Warming Affects Corn and Wheat Yields

Corn and wheat are staples in the diets of many across the globe, so anything that affects their yields has an impact felt by millions. According to an analysis done by a team of U.S. based...

Get Plant Savvy with Monrovia Videos

Get some savvy gardening advice from Monrovia Nursery's garden experts when you watch Monrovia's plant savvy® Tips videos. Covering a wide variety of subjects, including fruit trees,...

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In the Garden

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Fabulous Foliage for Sunny Spots

One of the best ways to add color to our warm season southern landscapes is to use foliage. Summer brings heat that sends many of our blooming landscape plants to that great botanical garden in the sky. Those that don't fry and die may continue on but...
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Resources

Web Finds

Global Buckets Global Buckets is an interesting web site about a unique method of growing plants in...

Favorite or New Plant

Variegated Tapioca Plant If you are looking for a show stopping summer foliage plant look no further than variegated...
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Regional Reminders

  • Prepare Soil for Woody Ornamental Planting
  • Rescue Trees
  • Purchase Bulbs
  • Prepare Soil for Sweet Peas
  • Maintain Moist Soil for Berrying Plants

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