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An exceptionally warm March this year got the season off to an early start. Some plants were then damaged by April frosts, but they should be starting to grow out of it now...Try new annuals to see what works and add some excitement to your garden.
While designing your garden this summer, be sure to include some vines in your plan. Vines offer a wealth of opportunities to dress up the garden including covering bare spots, providing a lush backdrop for other plants, and creating vertical accents
Fire Prevention Creating a Defensible Garden Tuesday, May 29, 2012 Article Tools Fire season is officially open. Fire is natural in the foothills of Southern California; many of the plants that have been growing here for the last few thousand years
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: What to do in your garden this week in Flagstaff: 1...Treat poplars for fungus -- we're seeing a lot of blackspot on aspen. This is the best time to treat -- fungicide will be most effective right now.
Maintaining a neat, debris-free landscape is becoming more and more difficult, especially if the homeowner lives on a busy street. It seems as if drivers and passengers have been using the byways for their personal trash disposal. Every day when
In keeping with the clubs long history of community support, garden club President Mary Lange recently asked the village staff if her club could donate labor for a planting project on village property. The village had prepared a landscape plan for a
Here's a new cultivar, Commotion Moxie, that has much to offer flower gardeners. Some readers will think it's silly for me to say I fell in love with a flower simply by looking at its photo. But it's not all that unusual among "plant nuts," those of
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: 1...These warm, windy days can wreak havoc on your garden -- especially new plantings. Make sure to provide plenty of water, through slow, deep waterings...Transplant your broccoli, kale, cauliflower, lettuce and other
Written by Iowa City Press-Citizen Filed Under From the City of Iowa City: Lot owners at Oakland Cemetery are being reminded that, except for the Memorial Day observation, no artificial flowers, tin or glass containers are to be used for grave
There is a species, with its forms and cultivars, which all form tight clumps over time. Most of these will have some Tiarella wherryi in their parentage. Tiarella cordifolia , which has both rhizomatus stems and is stoloniferous, creates ground