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Native Trees for Butterflies, by Marie Harrison

I heard a friend say she did not have enough sun in her garden to grow flowers that attract butterflies. She had decided to cut down a black cherry and large live oak in order to grow more annual and perennial flowers.

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PlantFiles: Dutchman's Pipe Cactus (Epiphyllum oxypetalum)

Dutchman's Pipe Cactus

(Epiphyllum oxypetalum)

I've this plant for 7 yrs. I've never seen it bloom because everytime the bud forms it falls off:-( I've asked expert and...
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Eden Brothers Seed Company

Review by LVerrico:

This was my very first order with this company I had been wanting to try them but wasn't sure do to some things i had read. Well...
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BirdFiles: Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum)

Cedar Waxwing

(Bombycilla cedrorum)

beautifull ...
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BugFiles: Tersa Sphinx Moth (Xylophanes tersa)

Tersa Sphinx Moth

(Xylophanes tersa)

About a month ago, while weeding around the edges of my lawn, I found a chrysalis of what turned out to be the tersa sphinx....
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Map: Garden Centers, Garden Supplies

Bluestone Perennials

5 stars
I can\'t say enough good about this company who consistently ships beautiful healthy plants in the best planting packaging...
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Gardening Book: Brugmansia and Datura: Angel's Trumpets and Thorn Apples

Brugmansia and Datura: Angel's Trumpets and Thorn Apples

Review by StarOfLeviathan:

This was the first book I read when I got my first Brug & it is one I refer anyone to when growing these majestic plants....
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CLOSED: Please ID these perennials

I'm having trouble identifying these perennials and would appreciate any assistance. Thank you!
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  Today in history: May 4  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: If you left a seed packet in your sweater, be sure to remove it before washing. Otherwise, you may grow a chia jacket.

1494: Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica.

1897: The Von Mueller Botanic Society was formed in Perth, Australia, with an inaugural meeting in St. George's Hall.

1930: The first annual "Lilac Time" festival began in Lilacia Park in Lombard, Illinois. The two-week event begins the first Saturday in May to celebrate the extensive planting of lilacs in the park. Read more here.

1970: Massachusetts named cranberry juice the official beverage of the commonwealth.

2000: The Cerro Grande Fire was started as a controlled burn in Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos County, New Mexico. Due to drought conditions and high winds, the fire quickly grew out of control, resulting in the loss of over 400 homes and 48,000 acres, but no lives were lost. The huge smoke plume reached as far as Oklahoma.

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