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American Pika
  American Pika May 15, 2011 2569
Pronounced Pie-ka
Pikas don't hibernate, they are awake all winter. They work all summer to store enough food for the winter.
Pikas can't live below 9,000 ft. and they can't survive temperatures higher than 75 degrees.
The males are extremely territorial with each other, and fight regularly over who controls which areas.
They are commonly seen in large boulder piles.
They leave larg
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Nephrolepsis exalata cv. 'Bostoniensis'
  Nephrolepsis exalata cv. 'Bostoniensis' March 04, 2011 889
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Trying to nail down family

Seen:
Lomariopsidaceae
Davalliaceae

Oleandraceae

Nephrolepidaceae (GRIN)
Polypodiaceae
Boston ferns have a wide tolerance to changing light levels, but grow well when receiving 1500 to 3000 ft-c, with best quality usually produced near 2000 ft-c.

Suggested fertilizer: 3-1-2 or 2-1-2 ratio fertilizer.

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Dracaena marginata
  Dracaena marginata March 02, 2011 2566
APG-III Classification:

Asparagaceae (Nolinoideae Subfamily)
[ druh-SEE-nuh mar-jin-NAY-tuh ]
USDA hardiness zones: 10B through 11
Optimal Soil pH: 6.0-6.5 [ strict to avoid chlorosis (<6.0) or iron deficiency (>6.5) ]

Optimal Temperature Range: 70-90°F

Optimal Soil Temperature: 70-80°F

Indoor Temperature Range: 70-80°F
At soil or air t
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Madagascar Dragon Tree
  Madagascar Dragon Tree March 02, 2011 2799
APG-III Classification:
Asparagaceae (Nolinoideae Subfamily)

[ druh-SEE-nuh mar-jin-NAY-tuh ]

USDA hardiness zones: 10B through 11

Optimal Soil pH: 6.0-6.5 [ strict to avoid chlorosis (<6.0) or iron deficiency (>6.5) ]
Optimal Temperature Range: 70-90°F
Optimal Soil Temperature: 70-80°F
Indoor Temperature Range: 70-80°F

At soil or air tempe
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Orchid Problems and Causes
  Orchid Problems and Causes January 26, 2011 4576
No matter what type of plant you grow you eventually are going to have problems. You will sooner or later have orchid problems if you grow orchids also.

Orchids can live for a very long time, and for this to happen the right conditions must exist and when problems do occur they must be dealt with immediately or you plants will suffer.

When growing orchids there are several orchid pro
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Bumble Flower Beetle
  Bumble Flower Beetle September 29, 2010 3854
Scarab Beetle Family
When flying the Bumble Flower Beetle looks and sounds like a Bumble Bee which probably makes it's travels a bit safer, as many would be predators might avoid it for fear of a brutal stinging.
The adult beetle eats nectar, pollen, sap etc.

It lays it's eggs on rotting wood, dung, or decaying foliage to incubate over winter. The Bumble Flower Beetle larvae hatch in
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Deptford Pink
  Deptford Pink August 22, 2010 3787
The plant was given its English name by the 17th century herbalist Thomas Johnson in a celebrated case of mistaken identity. In fact, what Johnson found and described in 1633 was probably maiden pink Dianthus deltoides. As the first name given to a plant is generally the one botanists stick to, the East End of London is 'famous' for a species that has not grown there in historical times, and possi Deptford Pink
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Yarrow
  Yarrow August 05, 2010 3857
The purple portion of the root from the white yarrow plant is a natural numbing agent when crushed. Native Americans would often chew this portion of the plant if they had painful open sores in their mouth.

In Roman times it was called herba militaris and much valued for treating wounds.

Medicinal Uses: Yarrow is a very valuable medicinal herb, with much scientific evidence of use in
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Poisons and Treatments
  Poisons and Treatments July 24, 2010 12005
Paracelsus, the father of toxicology, once wrote: "Everything is poison, there is poison in everything. Only the dose makes a thing not a poison."

Plants have different types of toxins; each acts differently, with diverse symptoms, and treatments. Here is a small look into those toxins.

---Aconite---

Symptoms: Tingling of the mouth and numbness, soon extending to the
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Sweet Basil
  Sweet Basil July 15, 2010 2867
Medicinal Uses: Basil has been occasionally used for mild nervous disorders and for the alleviation of wandering rheumatic pains- the dried leaves, in the form of snuff, are said to be a cure for nervous headaches.

An infusion of the green herb in boiling water is good for all obstructions of the internal organs, arrests vomiting, and allays nausea.

The seeds have been reckoned effic
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Deptford Pink
  Deptford Pink July 06, 2010 2605
The plant was given its English name by the 17th century herbalist Thomas Johnson in a celebrated case of mistaken identity. In fact, what Johnson found and described in 1633 was probably maiden pink Dianthus deltoides. As the first name given to a plant is generally the one botanists stick to, the East End of London is 'famous' for a species that has not grown there in historical times, and possi Deptford Pink
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Oxalis
  Oxalis July 03, 2010 4904
Food Uses: Its leaves, flowers, and roots are edible, but beware that consumption of its leaves in large quantities is detrimental as they contain oxalic acid.

Leaves - raw or cooked. A pleasant acid flavor. Use in moderation, see notes at top of sheet, Flowers - raw. A pleasant and decorative addition to the salad bowl. Most children really adore eating the flowers raw. Root - raw or cooke
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Arabian Star of Bethlehem
  Arabian Star of Bethlehem July 02, 2010 5255
Cultivation: Monitor soil moisture all season, watering as needed. Feed biweekly with a balanced, soluble fertilizer, following package directions. After flowering, stop feeding, and reduce watering.

Do not deadhead until all flowering has stopped. After leaves yellow, cut off foliage. In Zones 8 and colder, dig bulbs, and store in a cool spot (40°F), in shallow boxes filled with dry so
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Coral Aloe
  Coral Aloe June 30, 2010 2124
Cultivation: Aloe striata is a popular and most rewarding garden plant. It is relatively easy to cultivate under a wide variety of climatic conditions provided it is planted in a well-drained situation in full sun and given adequate water but not over-watered. It can withstand extreme frost and prolonged drought. This species is not only very showy when in flower but also during the rest of the ye Coral Aloe
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Fusarium Wilt
  Fusarium Wilt June 26, 2010 8194
Disease fungi (Fusarium oxysporum) enter through the roots and interfere with the water conducting vessels of the plant. As the infection spreads up into the stems and leaves it restricts water flow, causing the foliage to wilt and turn yellow. Symptoms often appear later in the growing season and are first noticed on the lower (older) leaves. As the disease progresses, the younger leaves will als Fusarium Wilt
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Differences between bulb, corm, rhizome,  root, and tuber
  Differences between bulb, corm, rhizome, root, and tuber June 26, 2010 35857
Tubers, rhizomes, corms, and bulbs actually all serve the same purpose, just differently. They are each a storage unit for nutrients that give the plant the energy it needs to grow, bloom, and complete its lifecycle. The energy is created and stored by the photosynthesis of the leaves. It's important not to cut back the foliage after the bloom has died, because the leaves need to have time to abso Differences between bulb, corm, rhizome,  root, and tuber
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Lace-Cap Hydrangea
  Lace-Cap Hydrangea June 21, 2010 6853
Medicinal Uses: The leaves, roots and flowers are antimalarial, antitussive and diuretic. They are said to be a more potent antimalarial than quinine, due to the presence of an alkaloid
Diuretic, cathartic, tonic. The decoction is said to have been used with great advantage by the Cherokee Indians, and later, by the settlers, for calculous diseases. It does not cure stone in the bladder, but, a
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Earth Star
  Earth Star June 20, 2010 4879
Cultivation: Cryptanthus bivittatus grows easily with minimum care. Given the right conditions, it will reward you handsomely with its stunning variegated foliage in fabulous colors. Bright light indoors or full sun outdoors for best foliage color. However, extreme sunlight that causes bleaching or sunburn should be avoided and a filtered sunny location is much preferred. It tolerates low to mediu Earth Star
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Pachysandra
  Pachysandra June 19, 2010 1467
This Green Carpet is deservedly one of the most widely used ground covers. It is handsome and foolproof, thriving even in the dense shade of evergreens! Try it along shady walks, in enclosed courtyards, and on steep terraces in either partial sun or shade.

Food Uses: Fruit - raw or cooked. Sweet and juicy. The fruit is not usually produced in cultivation - this could be because both male an
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Top Vines - Perennial Climbing Vines
  Top Vines - Perennial Climbing Vines June 18, 2010 18134
Perennial Climbing Vines
Balloon Vine (Cardiospermum halicacabum) - Also called love-in-a-puff; full sun; average garden soil; up to 10 feet; tendrils; tiny white flowers followed by balloon-like seedpods; seeds have a white, heart-shaped mark; three-part leaves (Perennial)
Bamboo Vine (Smilax Pseudochina) – Perennial, native vine has inconspicuous green flowers, followed by black berries in
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Top Vines - Annual Climbing Vines
  Top Vines - Annual Climbing Vines June 18, 2010 9936
Annual Climbing Vines
Cardinal Vine, Climber (Ipomoea sloteri) - Full sun; porous, fertile to sandy soil; up to 10 feet; small, bright red flowers attract hummingbirds; fern-like leaves Another fast-growing climber, cardinal vine produces colorful blooms in shades of red, pink, or white. It also has handsome feathery foliage. Like its relative, the morning glory, its flowers close in the aftern
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Top Vine - Tropical Climbing Vines
  Top Vine - Tropical Climbing Vines June 18, 2010 6472
Mandevilla (Mandevilla splendens) - Part shade, evenly moist soil; up to 10 feet; twines; clusters of pink, trumpet-shaped flowers; glossy leaves; overwinter inside by cutting back stems and watering only enough to prevent drying out. A tropical vine with delicate flowers are held in upright clusters and enhanced by large, deep green, glossy leaves. Blooms continually appear over long season in su Top Vine - Tropical Climbing Vines
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Blue Ginger
  Blue Ginger June 18, 2010 2842
a tropical plant which resembles ginger in growth and habit, but is actually a relative of the wandering Jew plant. The plant is native to the tropical woodlands of North, Central and South America, specially in Atlantic Forest vegetation in Brazil. Of the family Commelinaceae, they are cultivated for their handsome spotted stems, large shiny foliage which is held horizontally, surmounted by strik Blue Ginger
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Mexican Primrose
  Mexican Primrose June 16, 2010 3297
Cultivation: Pink evening primrose will grow nicely in poor soil. Plants are late to emerge in the spring, so their locations should be marked. They may not be just where you planted them though! Evening primroses tend to be surreptitiously invasive. They send their roots far and wide during the winter when no top growth is visible, then pop up everywhere in the spring.

Propagation: Pink ev
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Common Buttonbush
  Common Buttonbush June 15, 2010 2736
It was cultivated as early as 1735 as a honey plant.
A decoction of the inner bark was used by Native Americans as an emetic. The bark was also used as a substitute for quinine. The Choctaw and Seminole peoples used decoctions of buttonbush bark for treating several internal maladies including diarrhea and stomach aches.
Medicinal Uses: Buttonbush was often employed medicinally by native Nor
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White Cedar
  White Cedar June 14, 2010 2418
The plant was first identified as a remedy by native Indians in Canada during a 16th century expedition and was found to prove effective in the treatment of weakness from scurvy. ). In folk medicine, Thuja occ has been used to treat bronchial catarrh, enuresis, cystitis, psoriasis, uterine carcinomas, amenorrhea and rheumatism.

Medicinal Uses: According to Hartwell (1967–1971), the plant, u
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Everything you ever wanted to know about Leaf Miners!
  Everything you ever wanted to know about Leaf Miners! June 09, 2010 4515
Leaf miner is a term used to describe the larvae of many different species of insect which live in and eat the leaf tissue of plants. The vast majority of leaf-mining insects are moths (Lepidoptera), sawflies (Symphyta) and flies (Diptera), though some beetles and wasps also exhibit this behavior.

The precise pattern formed by the feeding tunnel is very often diagnostic for which kind of in
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Allegheny Monkeyflower
  Allegheny Monkeyflower June 04, 2010 1901
Native Indian tribes in North America had several uses for common monkeyflower (a close cousin to this type of Monkeyflower). A decoction of the stems and leaves was used as a steam bath for soreness in the chest or back. Sacagawea’s Shoshone tribe used a poultice of crushed leaves for rope burns or wounds. Other tribes used the plant in tea form for stomachache. Indians and early white settlers a Allegheny Monkeyflower
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Trumpet Creeper
  Trumpet Creeper June 04, 2010 2215
This easily grown vine has been cultivated in North America since Colonial times.

The root is diaphoretic and vulnerary

The tubular flowers and large quantities of nectar produced by trumpet creeper are attractants for hummingbirds and butterflies. The vines also provide habitat to ants. The flowers are very attractive to hummingbirds, and many types of birds like to nest in the dens
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Raised Bed Gardening
  Raised Bed Gardening June 03, 2010 2038
Raised beds can add a whole new exciting dimension to your gardening experience. Raised beds are especially useful for gardeners with limited space in their yards.

Even if you have virtually no space to grow plants, you can consider setting up a small raised bed on your patio or porch to grow a collection of tasty herbs and veggies or perhaps a variety of beautiful ornamental plants.

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Plants that Clean the Air
  Plants that Clean the Air June 02, 2010 4794
Our space program has led the way to a fascinating and important discovery about the role of houseplants indoors. NASA has been researching methods of cleansing the atmosphere in future space stations to keep them fit for human habitation over extended periods of time. They've found that many common houseplants and blooming potted plants help fight pollution indoors. They're reportedly able to scr Plants that Clean the Air
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Red Prince Weigela
  Red Prince Weigela June 01, 2010 5146
Weigela species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Brown-tail. Attracts Hummingbirds with the trumpet shaped flowers. In addition to attracting hummingbirds, weigela shrubs are effective for attracting butterflies.
An easily grown plant, succeeding in most fertile soils. Prefers a moist well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. Tolerates atmospheric pol
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Edible  Flowers - Part 3
  Edible Flowers - Part 3 May 31, 2010 1986
Most herb flowers are just as tasty as the foliage and very attractive when used in your salads. Add some petals to any dish you were already going to flavor with the herb.
Alliums (leeks, chives, garlic, garlic chives) - Known as the "Flowering Onions." There are approximately four hundred species that includes the familiar onion, garlic, chives, ramps, and shallots. All members of t
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Episcia - Flame Violets
  Episcia - Flame Violets October 25, 2009 2709
Episcia is a genus of about 8 species belonging to the flowering plant family Gesneriaceae. The species are found in the tropical regions of Central America and South America (frequently cultivated elsewhere and sometimes naturalizing in tropical regions). The species are perennial herbaceous plants characterized by a stoloniferous habit, red (rarely orange, pink, blue or yellow) flowers, and freq Episcia - Flame Violets
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Lewis' Monkeyflower
  Lewis' Monkeyflower September 18, 2009 7049
Insect-eating plant.
M. lewisii is known to possess "flypaper-type" traps and is apparently protocarnivorous, supplementing its nutrients with small insects.

Member of the Lopseed Family, Phrymaceae which is in the same order as mints, Lamiales.
Always in wet areas, principally along mountain streams.

Food and Medicine:
Mimulus species tend to concentrate sodi
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Choke Cherry
  Choke Cherry September 18, 2009 7352

Called the Choke Cherry because it dries your mouth out.

The bark of chokecherry root was once made into an asperous-tasting concoction used to ward off or treat colds, fever and stomach maladies by native Americans[7] The chokecherry fruit can be used to make a tasty jam, jelly, or syrup, but the bitter nature of the fruit means you need a lot of sugar to sweeten the preserve
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Praying Mantis
  Praying Mantis September 08, 2009 2081
Not the best pictures, but I am hoping to get some during the day so we can see the color changes.


There are several different families of Praying Mantises, most of the species are in the Mantidae family.

Mantises are masters of camouflage and most species make use of protective coloration to blend in with their surroundings, both to avoid predators themselves, and t
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Red Baneberry
  Red Baneberry August 23, 2009 3654
Red Baneberries are found growing in shady areas with moist to wet soils, open forest or dry slopes.
Plants are slow growing and take a few years to grow large enough to flower. The foliage is rarely consumed by grazing animals. The poisonous berries are harmless to birds.

Plants are sometimes grown in shade gardens for their attractive berries and their upright clump forming habit.
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Bird of Paradise, Crane Flower, Strelitzia
  Bird of Paradise, Crane Flower, Strelitzia August 22, 2009 5997
The plant grows to 2 m (6½ ft) tall, with large, strong leaves 25-70 cm (10-28 in) long and 10-30 cm (4-12 in) broad, produced on petioles up to 1 m (about 40 in) long. The leaves are evergreen and arranged in two ranks, making a fan-shaped crown. The flowers stand above the foliage at the tips of long stalks. The hard, beak-like sheath from which the flower emerges is termed the spathe. Th Bird of Paradise, Crane Flower, Strelitzia
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Virginia Creeper
  Virginia Creeper August 15, 2009 9614
Woody deciduous flowering vine. Although they do flower, these flowering vine plants are grown for their foliage. In the Eastern U.S. this specimen is a native, making it easy to grow there.

Virginia Creeper is often misidentified as Poison Ivy and Poison Oak. This is especially in the Spring as leaves are red early before turning green and when begins only has 3 leaves (like Poison Ivy),
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Scarlet Star
  Scarlet Star August 12, 2009 3575
Guzmania lingulata or Scarlet Star is a species of flowering plant in the bromeliad family, subfamily Tillandsioideae. Foliage grows in a star-shaped basal rosette which culminates in an orange and red bracted inflorescence. They are among the most commonly cultivated bromeliad types. Scarlet Star
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Bittersweet Nightshade
  Bittersweet Nightshade August 11, 2009 9640

The berries look like tiny tomatos.
Solanum dulcamara means "Sun-shade sweet-bitter"


Solanum dulcamara is poisonous to humans and livestock but edible for birds, which disperse the seeds widely. As with most Solanum species, the foliage is also poisonous to humans.
Bittersweet is considered by some to be a herbal remedy for treating herpes and allergies.

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Big Boy Tomato
  Big Boy Tomato August 11, 2009 5926
My father grows these tomatoes every year. He did not stalk them up like he usually does, so they don't look the best, but boy are they tasty!


Some information I found on growing big boy tomatoes.

Major pests of tomatoes are caterpillars, leaf miner, mites, leaf spot, and wilts.
* Look for disease resistance when buying seeds and transplants. The following sy
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American Lotus
  American Lotus August 08, 2009 2882
The American lotus (Nelumbo lutea) is generally described as a Perennial Forb or herb. This Dicot (dicotyledon) is native to the U.S. (United States) and has its most active growth period in the Summer . The American Lotus has Green foliage and conspicuous Yellow flowers, with conspicuous Brown fruits or seeds. The greatest bloom is usually observed in the Mid Summer, with fruit and seed productio American Lotus
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Curly Leaf Croton, Croton Curly Boy
  Curly Leaf Croton, Croton Curly Boy August 07, 2009 18547
What they do have in common are rather thick evergreen alternate leaves, tiny inconspicuous star-shaped yellow flowers that hang down in long racemes, and a milky sap that bleeds from cut stems. Depending on the cultivar, the leaves may be ovate to linear, entire to deeply lobed, and variegated with green, white, purple, orange, yellow, red or pink. The colors may follow the veins, the margins or Curly Leaf Croton, Croton Curly Boy
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Croton Petra
  Croton Petra August 05, 2009 8568
In tropical climates, crotons make attractive hedges and potted patio specimens, valued for their striking foliage. They only survive outdoors where temperatures do not normally drop below 10° to 13° C in winter; colder temperatures can cause leaf loss. In colder climates, the plants are grown in greenhouses or as house plants. The cultivated garden crotons are usually smaller than the wil Croton Petra
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Cedro Japones, Japanese Cedar
  Cedro Japones, Japanese Cedar August 04, 2009 3877
A criptoméria é uma árvore de grandes dimensões, antes incluída na extinta família botânica das Taxodiaceae, única no seu género botânico. Tem ramos verticilados, ascendentes nas pontas. As suas folhas são lineares, verde-azuladas.
Cryptomeria is a genus of conifer in the cypress family Cupressaceae formerly belonging to
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Summer Savory
  Summer Savory July 31, 2009 3516
Annual


Sun to Partial Shade

Cultivation

Sow seeds in spring, thinning to every six inches. Plants need a sunny location and look good in rock gardens.

Uses

Use summer savory to flavor beans, peas, pork, game and sausages. Finely chopped leaves can be added to soups and stews near the end of their cooking time. The herb makes a flavorf
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Marsh Horsetail
  Marsh Horsetail July 22, 2009 3756
Strange Cone Reed
Smooth Scouringrush:
Equisetum Hyemale affine
Equisetum hiemale

Equisetum is a "living fossil,"
the only living genus in the Equisetaceae, a family of vascular plants that reproduce by spores rather than seeds. They are commonly known as horsetails.


the stems are coated with abrasive silicates, making them u
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Orange Cosmos, Sulfur Cosmos, Yellow Cosmos
  Orange Cosmos, Sulfur Cosmos, Yellow Cosmos July 22, 2009 7461
Cosmos sulphureus' native habitat is Central America.

This species of Cosmos is considered a half-hardy annual, although plants may re-appear via self-sowing for several years. Its foliage is opposite and pinnately divided. The plant height varies from one to seven feet. The original and its cultivars appear in shades of yellow, orange, and red. It is especially popular in Korea and Japan,
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Hosta
  Hosta July 12, 2009 793
Hostas are extremely popular, hardy herbaceous perennials grown primarily for their beautiful foliage. They are easy to grow, shade-tolerant plants. Leaves come in a wide range of shapes, colors, sizes, and textures and may be solid in color or variegated in different combinations of blue, green, white, and gold. The plants are low maintenance and are widely available in nurseries and garden cente Hosta
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Carrot, Purple Haze
  Carrot, Purple Haze June 30, 2009 2202
Family: Apiaceae (ay-pee-AY-see-ee)
Genus: Daucus (DO-kus)
Species: carota (kar-OH-tuh)
Cultivar: Purple Haze

Spacing:
3-6 in. (7-15 cm)

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun


Foliage:
Looks like that of any other carrot type, except these carrots develop large umbrel flowers that are lavender/purple in
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Perilla (Shiso)
  Perilla (Shiso) June 16, 2009 5925
Family: Lamiaceae (lay-mee-AY-see-ee)
Genus: Perilla (per-IL-uh)
Species: frutescens (froo-TESS-enz)
Perilla, or Shiso, is a genus of annual herb that is a member of the mint family, Lamiaceae. In mild climates the plant reseeds itself. The most common species is Perilla frutescens var. japonica or shiso which is mainly grown in India and East Asi
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Tatsoi
  Tatsoi June 06, 2009 2292


Family: Brassicaceae (brass-ih-KAY-see-ee) (Info)
Genus: Brassica (BRAS-ee-ka) (Info)
Species: rapa var. rosularis
Cultivar: Tatsoi

Spacing:
18-24 in. (45-60 cm)

Hardiness:
Unknown - Tell us

Sun Exposure:
Light Shade

Danger:
Seed is poisonous if ingested

Bloom Color:
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Packman Broccoli
  Packman Broccoli June 03, 2009 4982
Family: Brassicaceae (brass-ih-KAY-see-ee) (Info)
Genus: Brassica (BRAS-ee-ka) (Info)
Species: oleracea (awl-lur-RAY-see-uh) (Info)
Cultivar: Packman

Height:
12-18 in. (30-45 cm)

Spacing:
15-18 in. (38-45 cm)

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun

Bloom Color is Bright Yellow


Foliage:
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Portulaca Flower
  Portulaca Flower May 28, 2009 4297
Seeds may be sown at the end of April and the seedlings thinned to be 4 inches apart. The seed should not be deeply covered.
The plants are of a creeping habit, the leaves being moss like and almost hidden by the flowers. The seeds, which resemble iron filings, have a metallic lustre and are produced in a small, boxlike capsule; when ripe the lid falls off and reveals them.

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Potato, All Blue
  Potato, All Blue May 21, 2009 1180
'All Blue' has skin and flesh of deep purple. Tuber set and yields are generally heavy, unlike some other purple varieties. Potatoes are perennials grown as annuals. They are related to eggplant, tomatoes and peppers. Potatoes need a frost free growing season of 90 to 120 days. They are a cool weather crop and grow best in areas with a cool summer. Ideal potato growing temperature is between 60 an Potato, All Blue
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Broadleaf Plantain, plantain majeur
  Broadleaf Plantain, plantain majeur May 18, 2009 1877

Height: Up to 8 in.

Foliage: Alternate in rosettes, all basal, elliptic to broadly ovate, strongly ribbed and waxy

Flowers: Small tubular flowers in short cylindrical spikes

Bloom time: June to September

Habitat: Pastures, meadows, lawns

Soil: Rich, moist soil



"University of Vermont Extension"
This pest causes problems
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Dock, patience à feuilles obtuses
  Dock, patience à feuilles obtuses May 18, 2009 2179
Height: Up to 3 ft.

Foliage: Leaves broad, with nearly entire slightly wavy margin

Flowers: Small greenish in dense clusters of ascending racemes

Bloom time: June to September

Habitat: Pastures, hayfields, meadows, waste areas

Soil: Rich, moist or shaded soil



"University of Vermont Extension"
This pest causes problems by:
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Goldenrod, verge d'or
  Goldenrod, verge d'or May 18, 2009 1503


Height: Up to 4 ft.

Foliage: Alternate, simple, lanceolate, sessile, serrate

Flowers: Yellow ray and disk flowers in a terminal broadly pyramid-like panicle with conspicuous recurved branches

Bloom time: July to October

Habitat: Open places, meadows and pastures

Soil: Can grow in both moist and dry soils

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Dandelion, pissenlit
  Dandelion, pissenlit May 18, 2009 1915

Height: Up to 12 in.

Foliage: Variable in shape from lobeless or entire to deeply lobed with soft points

Flowers: Yellow, strap shaped ray flowers, 100-300 per head

Bloom time: May to June

Habitat: Lawns, overgrazed pastures and meadows, open fields and roadsides

Soil: Moist rich soils



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White Clover, trèfle blanc
  White Clover, trèfle blanc May 18, 2009 1368

Height: Spreading by underground and above ground stems

Foliage: Alternate, trifoliate, nearly obovate to oblong, serrate

Flowers: Small spikelike racemes; perfect, white, irregular flowers with 5 petals

Bloom time: June to October

Habitat: Lawns, roadsides, fields

Soil: Gravelly, sandy, well drained soil

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Burdock, rhubarbe sauvage
  Burdock, rhubarbe sauvage May 18, 2009 1401
Biennial - Arctium lappa
Height: Up to 5 ft.

Foliage: Large, petiolate, the first year forming a dense rosette, the 2nd year distributed alternately on the stem, larger leaves toward the base

Flowers: Small red-violet disk flowers surrounded by numerous hooked bracts that later form a bur. Flower heads are arranged in raceme-like axillary clusters.

Bloom time: July -
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Canna Lily
  Canna Lily May 18, 2009 1765
Height x width: 18-48" x 12-24"

Growth rate: moderate to fast

Foliage:large to 2' long and 6" wide or more, simple, entire, banana-like, sheathing petioles; green, purplish or blue-green

Flowers: 4-6" across, terminal raceme or panicle, asymmetric flowers; red, orange, yellow, pink, occasionally white, sometimes spotted; often resembles gladiolus or butt
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Crocosmia
  Crocosmia May 18, 2009 1954


Height x width: 2-3’ x 1-2’

Growth habit: upright, clump forming from corms

Growth rate: moderate

Foliage: lance- or sword-shaped, 1-3’ long and 1-2" wide, green, mainly arising from corm or base of stems; resemble gladiolus leaves

Flowers: in clusters on branched and wiry spikes, arching near tips, and often above the foliage; individual florets mostl
Crocosmia
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Crocus, Dutch
  Crocus, Dutch May 18, 2009 1638
Height x width: 6" x 3"

Growth rate: fast, early

Foliage: linear and grass-like to 4" long emerging from base at time of flowering or just after, often with central white stripe; withering early in season

Flowers: among earliest spring flowers in March-April, white to purple and often striped, wrapped in sheathing bracts as they emerge, balloon-like appearanc
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Hyacinth,
  Hyacinth, May 18, 2009 1991

Height x width: 6-10" x 3"

Growth rate: moderate to fast

Bulbs: rounded with point on top, outer scales flaky, outer color often reflective of flower color, generally 2" across and fairly uniform

Foliage: 3-4 basal, straplike leaves, margins upturned as in a boat keel, up to 1" wide and 10" long

Flowers: individual flowers 1" lon
Hyacinth,
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Perennial of the Month - Geranium renardii 'Tcschelda' May/09
  Perennial of the Month - Geranium renardii 'Tcschelda' May/09 May 17, 2009 3081
Geranium renardii 'Tcschelda'

(ger-A-knee-um ree-NAR-dee-ii SHELL-dah)


Common name: Renard's crane's-bill

Family: geranium (Geraniaceae)

Height x width: 10-12" x 15"

Growth rate: moderate

Foliage: sage or gray-green, reniform (kidney-shaped), rugose hairy (felty), thick with pebbled surface and 5-7 shallow lobes, up to 3-
Perennial of the Month - Geranium renardii 'Tcschelda' May/09
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Yellow rocket, wintercress
  Yellow rocket, wintercress May 17, 2009 1969

Height: Up to 2 ft.

Foliage: Dark green, glossy and thick; lower leaves have 1-4 pairs of lateral lobes with large terminal lobe. Upper leaves are alternate, toothed at base

Flowers: Small, yellow, 4 petals, arranged in racemes

Bloom time: May to August

Habitat: New meadows, clover fields, and cultivated land

Soil: Prefers rich alluvial soils

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Wild Chicory, chicorée sauvage
  Wild Chicory, chicorée sauvage May 17, 2009 1294

Height: Two to three ft.

Foliage: Alternate, clustered at base, long petioles, irregularly toothed to deeply lobed

Flowers: Perfect, strap shaped ray flowers, sky blue petals

Bloom time: June - October

Habitat: Roadsides, grasslands, waste ground and other uncultivated land

Soil: Prefers neutral or limestone soils

Other: May be considered a
Wild Chicory, chicorée sauvage
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Canada Thistle, chardon du Canada
  Canada Thistle, chardon du Canada May 17, 2009 1211
Height: Up to 4 ft. tall

Foliage: Alternate, oblong or lancolate, crinkled edges and spiny margins, somewhat hairy underneath

Flowers: Flower heads dioecious, compact in corymbose clusters, terminal and axillary, rose-purple disk flowers

Bloom time: July to October

Habitat: Pastures and meadows

Soil: Likes rich, heavy soils



"University
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Field Bindweed, liseron des champs
  Field Bindweed, liseron des champs May 17, 2009 2419
Height: Up to 10 ft.

Foliage: Alternate, simple, entire, ovate-oblong with cordate bases, long petioles

Flowers: White or pink funnel shaped, perfect flowers, borne in the axils of leaves

Bloom time: July to September

Habitat: Grainfields, gardens and uncultivated areas

Soil: Rich, sandy soils


"University of Vermont Extension"
This
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Horsetail, prèle des champs
  Horsetail, prèle des champs May 17, 2009 1758

Height: 12- 18 in.

Foliage: Small, scalelike, whorled leaves forming sheaths at the joints with black tips

Fruiting heads: Terminal cones containing masses of spores

Habitat: Stream or road embankments, moist fields and meadows

Soil: Wet sandy or gravelly soils



"University of Vermont Extension"
This pest causes problems by
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Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie
  Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie May 17, 2009 1859
Ground Ivy, Creeping Charlie, Gill-over-the-ground, lierre terrestre

Height: Spreading

Foliage: Opposite, palmately veined, rounded kidney shaped, bright green, minty odor

Flowers: Small bluish-purple, in axillary clusters

Bloom time: May to July

Habitat: Lawns and orchards, damp shaded areas, spreads from under shrubs and across ground rooting at nodes
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Purple Loosestrife, salicaire commune
  Purple Loosestrife, salicaire commune May 17, 2009 1615

Height: Up to 2 ft.

Foliage: Opposite or in whorls of 3, sessile, lanceolate

Flowers: Red-purple flowers arranged in terminal spikelike panicles

Bloom time: June to September

Habitat: Marshes, wet meadows, stream margins, shores of lakes

Soil: Very moist soils, alluvial soils

"University of Vermont Extension"

This pest causes
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Fennel
  Fennel May 11, 2009 4740
Foeniculum is a genus of fewer than half a dozen species, in the family Apiaceae (Umbelliferae).

It is best known for Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), treated by some botanists as the sole species in the genus. The name of the genus is derived from Latin feniculum, fśniculum, diminutive of fenum, fśnum, "hay".

With its umbrels of tiny yellow flowers and dark green or bronze w
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Showy Milkweed
  Showy Milkweed May 11, 2009 6371


Asclepidaceae

Asclepias : From Askelpios, a physician in ancient Greece, or the god of medicine, who professed that he could bring the dead back to life. Askelpios brought Orion back from the dead.
Askelpios is also a constellation, the Serpent Holder.
From each anther, pollen grains are produced in small sacs, called pollinium, that are united in pairs and resemble a set
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Thai Basil
  Thai Basil May 11, 2009 1428
Genus: Ocimum (OSS-ih-mum) (Info)
Species: thyrsiflora (thur-SEE-flor-uh) (Info)
Cultivar: Siam Queen

Category:
Annuals
Herbs

Height:
18-24 in. (45-60 cm)
24-36 in. (60-90 cm)

Spacing:
6-9 in. (15-22 cm)

Hardiness:
Not Applicable

Sun Exposure:
Full Sun
Thai Basil
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Zygocactus
  Zygocactus May 01, 2009 3375
Family: Cactaceae (kak-TAY-see-ee)
Genus: Schlumbergera (shlum-BER-ger-uh)
Species: x buckleyi (BUCK-lee-eye)
Synonym:Zygocactus x buckleyi
Synonym:Epiphyllum x buckleyi

Category:
Tropicals and Tender Perennials

Height:
18-24 in. (45-60 cm)

Spacing:
24-36 in. (60-90 cm)

Hardiness:
USDA Zone 9a: to -6.6 °C (20 °
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Red Tulip
  Red Tulip April 30, 2009 1971
A tulip is a perennial plant in the genus Tulipa, comprising about 150 bulbous species with showy flowers, in the family Liliaceae.
The species are perennials from bulbs, the tunicate bulbs often produced on the ends of stolons and covered with hairless to variously hairy papery coverings. The species include short low-growing plants to tall upright plants, growing from 10 to 70 centimeters (4–
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Long-Beaked Filaree, Stork's Bill Filaree
  Long-Beaked Filaree, Stork's Bill Filaree April 29, 2009 3345
Long-Beaked, Stork's Bill, and Broadleaf Filaree

The plant starts from a flat rosette of highly lobed green leaves on red petioles.

It grows to heights of anywhere from 10 to 90 centimeters with somewhat hairy stems and foliage.
It bears small flowers with hairy, pointed sepals surrounding five purple-streaked lavender petals.

The filaree fruit is quite long, its s
Long-Beaked Filaree, Stork's Bill Filaree
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Yellow wood sorrel
  Yellow wood sorrel April 23, 2009 1119
Family: Oxalidaceae


Foliage: Alternate, on long petioles, divided into 3 heart shaped leaflets

Height: 4-6 in.

Flowers: Small perfect yellow flowers

Bloom time: May to October

Other: Grows well in shade, leaves fold up in full sun. Can be used as a salad green and is rich in vitamin C.


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Torch Lily, Red Hot Poker
  Torch Lily, Red Hot Poker April 23, 2009 3874
Kniphofia (nip-hoff' ee-ah)

Common name: Torch Lily, Red Hot Poker

Family: Liliaceae, Lily


Flowers: spike-like inflorescences on top 6-10" of leafless scape (flower stem); flowers bright reds to yellows, short-stalked, drooping, tubular; summer

Hardiness: zones 5-8

Soil: well-drained

Light: sun

Pests and problems: none serious, occa
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Golden Amaranth
  Golden Amaranth April 16, 2009 4431
Amaranth has been used as a food source for thousands of years, the Aztecs used Amaranth in rituals and celebration long before Columbus. In Peru some still make beer out of Amaranth. Amaranth is not a mainstream food in the United States, and many forms of it are considered plant pests. Each plant can create up to as many as half a million little seeds.

Amaranthus, collectively known as a
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Red Winter Kale
  Red Winter Kale April 16, 2009 2634

The Kale Red Winter, 'Brassica oleraceae (Acephla)', is a rare strain of Kale that has very tender, sweet leaves compared to other kales. Most Kale gets sweeter as the first frost hits. Red Winter, an improved Red Russian Kale, is sweet all the time and it is also very tender. Red Winter is excellent for your mesclun salad mixes, tasty garnishes, and lightly cooked dishes. The red-vei
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Red Tulip
  Red Tulip April 16, 2009 6283
Tulipa, commonly called tulip, is a genus of about 150 species of bulbous flowering plants in the family Liliaceae. The native range of the species includes southern Europe, north Africa, and Asia from Anatolia and Iran in the west to northeast of China. The centre of diversity of the genus is in the Pamir and Hindu Kush mountains and the steppes of Kazakhstan. A number of species and many hybrid Red Tulip
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Pansy
  Pansy April 13, 2009 5463
The pansy flower has two top petals overlapping slightly, two side petals, beards where the three lower petals join the center of the flower, and a single bottom petal with a slight indentation.

The pansy or pansy violets are a large group of hybrid plants cultivated as garden flowers. Pansies are derived from Viola species Viola tricolor hybridized with other viola species.

The mo
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Cranesbill Perennial Geranium
  Cranesbill Perennial Geranium April 08, 2009 2035
(ger-A-nee-um)
Common name: Cranesbill Perennial Geranium

Family: Geraniaceae, Geranium

Height x width: 12-18 x 12-24"

Foliage: deeply cut, palmately 5-lobed, to 6" across although generally less, chocolate, main attraction of this plant

Flowers: lavender, saucer-shaped, upward-facing, to 1.5in. across in spring (south) to early summer (north) with
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Holiday Plant Toxicity
  Holiday Plant Toxicity April 07, 2009 612
Dr. Leonard Perry, Extension Professor
University of Vermont


Several of our favorite holiday plants should be kept from children and pets, yet often they pose no serious danger in small amounts. There are many other and more toxic substances to children in homes to be mindful of, especially cosmetics and personal care pro
Holiday Plant Toxicity
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Variegated Jacob's Ladder - Perennial of the Month-- March 2009
  Variegated Jacob's Ladder - Perennial of the Month-- March 2009 April 06, 2009 3415
Family: Polemoniaceae, Jacob's ladder
Height x width: 12-24" x 12-18"

Growth rate, habit: medium, upright

Foliage: green with white margins tinged pink, unique for species, compound with 7-15 leaflets each about one-inch long; leaflets arranged ladder-like along long (3-7in.) leaves, hence the common name

Flowers: pale lavender-blue with white stamens, 3/4-in
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Hybrid Tuberous Begonia
  Hybrid Tuberous Begonia April 06, 2009 2122
(bee-go' nee-ah )

Height x width: 8-12"x12"

Growth rate: moderate

Foliage: roughly ovate, alternate, dentate and ciliate margins, size variable

Flowers: axillary, double or single, 2" or more across, yellow to red, purplish or white

Pests and problems: powdery mildew, bacterial leaf spot, stem rot, aphids, mealybugs, thrips

Landscape h
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Redroot pigweed
  Redroot pigweed April 05, 2009 2802
Common name: Redroot pigweed

Family: Amaranthaceae

Height: Up to 6 ft.

Foliage: Simple, alternate leaves with long petioles

Flowers: Small, green with 3 spine-like bracts arranged into densly crowded blunt spikes

Bloom time: August - October



This pest causes problems by:

Other: Accumulates excess nitrites, can be poisonous to cattl
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Ragweed
  Ragweed April 05, 2009 1026

Family: Compositae


Height: 1-4 ft

Foliage: Alternate, bipinnate

Flowers: Male flowers at the tips of branches in inverted racemes, female flowers at the bases of leaves and in forks of branches

Bloom time: August - September




This pest causes problems by:
Other: Hated by allergy sufferers, sheds abundant pollen
H
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Plant An Instant Flower Garden
  Plant An Instant Flower Garden April 04, 2009 512
By Dr. Leonard Perry
Extension Professor


Bedding plants are the answer to a gardener's prayer for instant color and faster growth in a summer flower garden. With our short growing season, why wait for seeds to sprout and plants to grow when you can achieve the same end result--and a lot quicker--with bedding plants?
"Bedding plant&q
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Brown Patch
  Brown Patch March 18, 2009 2797

Rhizoctonia solani (teleomorph: Thanatephorus cucumeris) is a plant pathogenic fungus with a wide host range and worldwide distribution. It is one cause of the condition known as damping off, which is a cause of death of seedlings in agriculture. It is also responsible for wire stem, a disease of cabbage, cauliflower and related plants that is similar to damping-off but attacks older seedlin
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Calliandra inaequilatera - Red powder puff
  Calliandra inaequilatera - Red powder puff March 16, 2009 3275
Family: Fabaceae (Leguminosae) - Pea or Legume
Native to Bolivia. Grows fast to 10 feet or more with equal spread. Its beauty has carried it into harsher areas than zones 22 - 24*; in zones 13 and 16 - 21 it requires special protection of over hang or warm sunny wall. In form, it's a natural espalier. Foliage not as feathery as that of C. tweedii **; leaflets longer, broader, and darker --
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Pascali, Blanche Pasca
  Pascali, Blanche Pasca March 16, 2009 2475
Tall upright bushy plant with dark green foliage. Vigorous, good resistance grows up to 3 to 4 feet. Large flowers with 30 petals. Long lasting cut flower.
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Primrose Jasmine
  Primrose Jasmine March 16, 2009 3056
One of the best jasmines for the Deep South, especially on sandy soils. This is one of the most valuable plants in landscaping. It grows wonderfully in mass plantings, very fast growing but not invasive and well-contollable by pruning. The more you cut it, the bushier it gets, forming a nice dense cloud of dark green foliage with yellow double flowers scattered like a bright cover. It is rambling, Primrose Jasmine
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Deer
  Deer March 14, 2009 2889
Deer generally feed in forests and on wild grasses, but when food runs out, they venture out onto the fringes - suburban neighborhoods on the fringe of rural areas - to find food.

Once they find food, they tend to return on a regular basis, usually in the evening.



Unchecked populations of deer are an increasing problem for gardeners throughout the country. If you wa
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Shade Trees
  Shade Trees March 14, 2009 966
It's good to have giant shade trees, these provide many benefits for areas that have problems with water conservation. Shade Trees attract water to the area, the more closed in with foliage the roots are the easier it is for the ground to maintain moisture.

Trees naturally lower the air temperature by the process of evaporation from the leaves, lowering the temperature of the leaf, then
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