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Celebrating the Fruits of our Work as Gardeners, by Dea O'Hopp



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Old stones and Hydrangea, by Jean-Jacques Segalen

Brittany ("Bretagne" in French and "Breizh" in Britton) is the western-most part of France, a place whose name calls to mind several images for the French; rough sea, apple-cider, crÍpes, erect stones and rainy weather.

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PLANTFILES:

PlantFiles: Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia tysonii)

Red Hot Poker

(Kniphofia tysonii)

These plants propagate very easily from fertile seed as well as subdivision of the rhizome which is best done when the plants...
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Plant Me Green

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This nursery has a large selection of crape myrtles & I needed 3 so it was very hard to decide which to order since I wanted...
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BIRDFILES:

BirdFiles: Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos)

Northern Mockingbird

(Mimus polyglottos)

Has anyone else seen a Northern Mockingbird in Madison, WI? ...
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BUGFILES:

BugFiles: Wasp (Pepsis sp.)

Wasp

(Pepsis sp.)

this fraking wasp stings like crazy it send s knumbness down your whole arm an feels like a needle is poking your arm with...
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Boka Farms

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the owner has no respect for anyone including employees. i quit a few months ago and have no intentions of ever coming back....
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GARDEN BOOKWORM:

Gardening Book: Room and Window Gardening

Room and Window Gardening

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Really useful book on room and window gardening. This is a vintage title from the 1920s that has been republished as an ebook....
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I need help. This plant came to me from my Aunts funeral. I have had it for a year today. About a month ago we moved and it has been looking badly ever since. Leaves appear to be wrinkly but not shriveled (well most). It
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  Today in history: August 28  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: If you want some time and space to yourself, but you're afraid of offending your partner or family, invite them to come with you while you spread manure or weed-whack the fence row. Chances are good you'll get your time and space while you work.

1749: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German writer and scientist, was born. Along with his literary accomplishments, Goethe was also a scientist, and wrote several books on plant morphology.

1798: The first American vineyard was planted in Lexington, Kentucky.

1823: Charles Christopher Parry, botanist, was born in Gloucestershire, England. He would immigrate to the U.S. and join the U.S. and Mexican Boundary Survey as a surgeon and botanist. Parry Peak in Colorado and numerous plants are named for him.

1897: Dr. Henry Nicholas Bolander, American botanist, died at Portland Oregon, at the age of 66. He worked for California Geological Survey, and was the state botanist for California.

1903: Frederick Law Olmsted, American landscape designer, died at the age of 87. He designed many urban parks, including Central Park and Prospect Park in New York, as well as numerous other public and private landscape commissions. Read more here.

1915: Tasha Tudor, American illustrator and author, was born in Boston Massachusetts. Her illustrations for "The Secret Garden," "The Wind in the Willows," and many other children's books showed detailed depictions of nature.

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