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Few plants have created more of a sensation among gardeners and herbalists in recent years than coneflower (Echinacea). Numerous studies, primarily from Germany, suggest...more
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To have dried hydrangea flowers for winter use, cut 'PeeGee' hydrangeas this fall. The large white, 1 to 2 foot diameter flower heads develop in late summer. The flowers turn a pinkish-tan by fall.
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