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Forcing Bulbs to Cure the Winter Blues, by Gemma Alexander

"Forcing" is such a hard word for the easy practice of bringing bulbs to bloom indoors out of season.

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Nature's Surprise, by Sharon Brown

Sometimes when we least expect it, Mother Nature hands us a gift that brings us to our knees in thanks. This is such a story.

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PlantFiles: Chinese Delphinium 'Summer Nights' (Delphinium grandiflorum)

Chinese Delphinium 'Summer Nights'

(Delphinium grandiflorum)

I saw this plant in 2008 at the local Home Depot and loved the looked from a distance BLUE... I bought a bunch...
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Bkinterplants (

Review by ondrejw:

I am very disapointed about quality of cycad seeds I have purchased from BKinterplants. Out of 100 seeds I bought, 70 were...
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BirdFiles: Common Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus)

Common Pheasant

(Phasianus colchicus)

They are certainly common here in MN! You see them all the time along the sides of the road around our neighborhood, in the...
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BugFiles: Clouded Skipper (Lerema accius)

Clouded Skipper

(Lerema accius)

Clouded skipper larvae feed mostly on grasses and belong to the grass skipper family. The adults are erratic flyers and sit...
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Map: Garden Centers, Garden Supplies

Edible Landscaping

5 stars
This is my second time ordering from Edible Landscaping. The first time ordering was an excellent experience; same for the...
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Gardening Book: the book of little hostas

the book of little hostas

Review by sybilshappylife:

I'm new to hosta fever, so need all the knowledge and advice I can get. This book explains a great deal about caring for...
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I brought this to my company's office from Armstrong. They said it would be able to survive low indirect light. I water it twice a week and when I came back from the weekend the leaves were drooping rather than perky
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  Today in history: November 25  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: Even with all the hustle and bustle, take a few minutes of afternoon warmth to walk through the garden and check your plants. A close inspection will show late season growth near the base of those perennials, or the beginning leaf buds on the woody shrubs and trees.

1602: Santa Catalina Island was named by Viscaino. Nigella damascena (also known as Saint Catherine's flower) can be found growing on the island.

1703: Jean-François Séguier, French astronomer and botanist, was born. He would write "Plantae Veronenses".

1715: American Sybilla Masters was the first American granted an English patent. It was for a method of processing corn.

1910: More than 10,000 trees and shrubs were planted by school children in Puerto Rico to celebrate Arbor Day.

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