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Unless you live in the tropics, you need a greenhouse. The problem of course, is the cost as permanent greenhouses sell for thousands of dollars. There is a way out though, that allows gardeners on even the tightest budget to enjoy a little piece of tropicana. All you need to do is spend a little, bend your back & apply some imagination.
Recently downsized from a detached home to a condo in the city. We have a patio instead of a backyard now but I am determined... Read more »
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0000: Today's Hortiscope: You may not be a bee charmer, but with your sunny disposition, you can probably charm your neighbor into letting you borrow his tiller. Give yourself extra points if you can get him to till the garden for you.
1859: Joseph Henry Maiden, Australian botanist, born at St. John's Wood, London. He would publish native Plants of Australia, along with several other books on botany, forestry and agriculture, and eventually was awarded the Linnaean medal and elected to the Royal Society of London.
1947: The Pink Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium acaule) was proclaimed the provincial flower of Prince Edward Island.