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Taipei Botanical Garden, by Jean-Jacques Segalen

This article will not only take you to an exotic place but will also let you enjoy some rare plant species, guess where we go?

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PlantFiles: Crepe Myrtle 'Dynamite' (Lagerstroemia indica)

Crepe Myrtle 'Dynamite'

(Lagerstroemia indica)

I seen how beautiful these are & had to have one I am always trying different plants that are not in my area MN weather,...
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Sterrett Gardens

Review by virginiarose:

First of all, I loved the website with the Paypal shopping cart. It took me weeks to decide what I wanted but each time I...
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BirdFiles: Roseate Spoonbill (Platalea ajaja)

Roseate Spoonbill

(Platalea ajaja)

I suppose the sighting of this bird in Iowa seems odd, but it was seen early September 2012 at the Jester Park portion of...
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BugFiles: Great Golden Digger Wasp (Sphex ichneumoneus)

Great Golden Digger Wasp

(Sphex ichneumoneus)

This guy was very mellow, and was just foraging for food. I was never able to see it's nest, since the garden is very full....
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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 help me identify this plant

This is a plant that is part of a bouquet my sister received for Mother's Day (early). Can someone tell me what it is? They look like tiny peaches. :)

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  Today in history: May 5  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: If you are tempted to steal your neighbor's corn, don't. Being charged with stalking would be really embarrassing.

1861: Thomas Hayton (T.H.) Mawson, British landscape architect, was born in Scorton, Lancashire. He would design many gardens throughout Britain, Europe and Canada, and advised on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in America. His book, "The Art and Craft of Garden Making" was first published in 1905; by 1926 had been reprinted five times, and is still regarded as the basis for modern landscape architecture.

1866: At Waterloo, New York, veterans and citizens placed flowers on the graves of soldiers and sailors killed during the Civil War. Two years later, it would become a national holiday.

1903: The American pasque flower (Anemone patens) was adopted by the legislature of South Dakota as the official state flower.

1909: The orange blossom was adopted as Florida's state flower.

1933: The Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia ) was decreed the official state flower by the state of Pennsylvania.

2003: Tennessee declared the tomato the official state fruit.

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