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Not Quite Dead: Regrowing from the Root Up, by Jill M. Nicolaus

We know about perennials going dormant in the winter. But did you know that plants can also “play dead” when stressed or neglected?

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Oregon blackberries: a blessing and a curse, by Tricia Drevets

Oregonians have a love-hate relationship with blackberries.

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PlantFiles: Dahlia 'Unwins Mix' (Dahlia )

Dahlia 'Unwins Mix'

(Dahlia )

Very easy to grow from seed, beautiful blooms, and a very prolific bloomer if "dead heads" are removed regularly. After...
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Garden Innovation Mail Order Ltd

Review by vossner:

An enthusiastic positive for this company. I first discovered one of their products, the Aqua Balance long watering...
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BirdFiles: Palm Warbler (Setophaga palmarum)

Palm Warbler

(Setophaga palmarum)

The Palm Warbler is seen in Florida during the winter months. It's diet consists of mainly insects (small beetles, caterpillars...
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BugFiles: Painted Lichen Moth (Hypoprepia fucosa)

Painted Lichen Moth

(Hypoprepia fucosa)

Host Plant: Of course, lichens !...
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Map: Garden Centers, Garden Supplies

Berlin Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum

5 stars
An outstanding botanical garden with 80+ acres of excellently displayed flora. There is a rose garden, American grassland...
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Gardening Book: Room and Window Gardening

Room and Window Gardening

Review by wordstothewise:

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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Would like to know what kind of plant this is

In my garden there are a dozen of plants of this kind.
It all started three years ago when only one of them
grew next to a fence-wall and it spread from there
to a few places.
These plants grows
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  Today in history: July 30  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: If your garden has yielded a peck of peppers, it's time to pickle them. Don't know how to can? Ask your older neighbor across the street - she might be pleased to pass along her talents to you.

1835: Benjamin Bussey of Roxbury, Massachusetts posthumously established the Bussey Institution, School of Agriculture and Horticulture at Harvard University via a trust in his will.

1901: Arkansas adopted the apple blossom as the official state flower.

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