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Beginner Gardening: Biennials 101

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Chicago, IL
(Zone 5b)

June 28, 2008
5:47 PM

Post #5173413

I've never been quite clear on the growing cycle of biennials. I found this article on the subject to be basic and easy to understand. I thought I'd share it with others.
Ayrshire Scotland
United Kingdom

June 29, 2008
12:25 AM

Post #5175018

Hi Shebs, Great info, lots of new gardeners get confused with the difference between Annuals, Biennials and perannials, this info is clear, easy to follow and in layman's language which gives more confidence to new folks who want to do seeds and enjoy some easy to follow gardening tips. just wish half the things written for gardeners were laid out in simple to follow guidelines, good luck, have a great gardening season. WeeNel.
Chicago, IL
(Zone 5b)

June 29, 2008
10:37 PM

Post #5179168

Thanks, WeeNel. And happy gardening to you to.

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