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100 Years of Bloom: The National Cherry Blossom Festival, by Gwen Bruno

Washington D.C.ís National Cherry Blossom Festival attracts over one million visitors annually. Although festival goers can find plenty of activities, the real attraction is a natural party of sorts -- thousands of cherry trees putting forth their magnificent pink and white springtime display. The year 2012 marks the 100th anniversary of a floral show celebrating an enduring international friendship.

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Garden Jokes and Humor: Dave's Garden Sunday Funnies 03/29/15, by Melody Rose

Gardeners have a keen sense of humor and we know that you'll enjoy adding your family-friendly quote or description to the image. We'll supply the picture and everyone can post their funniest title. We can't wait to see what you come up with!

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PlantFiles: Pink Wood Sorrel (Oxalis articulata subsp. rubra)

Pink Wood Sorrel

(Oxalis articulata subsp. rubra)

I have come to appreciate that there is more than one variety of green leafed, pink blooming oxalis, and I hope others can...
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CedarCide Industries

Review by Average:

I am not happy that the editor of Daves Garden have not pulled down negative reviews from people that have not even used...
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BirdFiles: Yellow-fronted Canary (Crithagra mozambica)

Yellow-fronted Canary

(Crithagra mozambica)

I would see this bird only periodically in Waikiki, but have seen it regularly in the last few months, since February 2009,...
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BugFiles: Funnel Web Spider (Agelenopsis sp.)

Funnel Web Spider

(Agelenopsis sp.)

These are excellent garden and yard dwelling spiders that will live in rocks or between groups of leaves. they make somewhat...
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Map: Garden Centers, Garden Supplies

Garden Spot Farm

5 stars
This is a wonderful little garden center. The emphasis is on plants rather than \"stuff\" but they do have a shop too. ...
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Gardening Book: Taylor's Guide to Fruits and Berries

Taylor's Guide to Fruits and Berries

Review by Ben234563:

I will second the above review by saying it is (surprisingly) the most comprehensive book on fruit growing I have yet encountered. ...
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Since 2000, we've grown to be a comprehensive gardening community with discussion forums for every hobby, home and garden topic you can imagine. Our members are knowledgeable about soil, weather, watering, and just about every kind of plant and insect. On behalf of all our members, we are glad you came to visit, and we hope you will stop by again soon!


Tree / alternating single-toothed long leaves / tiny seeds

I've noted some other characteristics of this tree that might be helpful, and I will have a picture of the seedpods soon to show you too.

The branches grow from the first leaf on each branch and sometimes
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  Today in history: March 29  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: Knowing one fork from another isn't just for dinner party etiquette. A digging fork doesn't work well for turning compost, or vice-versa.

1848: Niagara Falls ceased to flow for 30 hours because of an ice jam; the only time in recorded history that both falls were completely stopped. Visitors were able to walk out on the ice and recover artifacts from the riverbed.

1869: Famed British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens was born. He would work with garden designer Gertrude Jekyll, and their "Lutyens-Jekyll" garden defined English country gardens for years to come.

1899: William Nylander, Finnish botanist, entomologist and expert in lichens, died in Paris at age 77.

2007: North Dakota declared the chokecherry (Prunus virginiana) as the official state fruit.

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