Heirloom Plants articles at Dave's Garden

38 articles were found tagged with Heirloom Plants:

ArticleAuthorPublish Date
An Ornamental Currant that Vines Larry Rettig May 10th, 2010
Antiques of the Flower Garden Stephanie Boles August 26th, 2008
A Peony With a Past Cathy M Wallace April 3rd, 2014
A Simple Method for Saving Tomato Seeds Without Fermentation Larry Rettig September 28th, 2009
A Tale of Two Hollyhocks - The Priscilla Hollyhock Benjamin Hill February 20th, 2009
Aunt Bett's Ditch Lilies Sharon Brown May 1st, 2012
Cowpeas please! The History and Importance of the Cowpea Plant Melody Rose December 31st, 2010
Cream peas: these easy, delicious "Southern peas" are making their way north Sally G. Miller April 9th, 2014
Delightful, Spring Blooming, Fragrant Mockorange (Philadelphus) Sally G. Miller May 17th, 2013
Did your peony bloom for Memorial Day? Sally G. Miller June 4th, 2012
Does Money Grow On Trees? Joyce B. Gladden April 15th, 2011
Focus on the Florida Native Lupine Jacqueline Cross September 27th, 2008
Growing Rugosa Roses Catherine Smith March 30th, 2010
Heirloom Christmas Lima Beans Diana Wind December 20th, 2013
How Old is the Rose Sharon Brown February 13th, 2009
Italian inspiration in the vegetable garden Sally G. Miller March 26th, 2012
Joy of Sex-ual Reproduction, or Why Plants Don't Look Just Like their Parents Carrie Lamont August 22nd, 2013
Limbaugh's Legacy: My Favorite Heirloom Tomato, "Potato Top" Jill M. Nicolaus February 19th, 2009
Lost Heritage: The Southern Seed Legacy - heirloom crops of the South rediscovered! Glynis Ward October 25th, 2014
Native Gifts Mitch Fitzgerald November 23rd, 2013
Noisettes: An American Rose with a French Name Melva Wheeler February 24th, 2009
Old-fashioned Bean and Pea Shellers Terry Lea July 24th, 2010
Passing From Hand To Hand: The History Of Heirloom Vegetables Melody Rose September 6th, 2009
Perennials demystified Sally G. Miller April 28th, 2011
Saving tomato seeds using fermentation Dave Whitinger September 1st, 2009
Savoy cabbage Hetty Ford April 20th, 2012
So Many Tomatoes, So Little Time Melody Rose January 27th, 2008
Spinning, Dancing Gourds: Cute Fall Decor, Child's Toy and Mini Birdhouse Ornament Sally G. Miller November 4th, 2013
Stunning Historical Iris Mitch Fitzgerald August 4th, 2013
The American and Asian Persimmons - Pucker Up for the Fruit of the Gods Memory Russell December 11th, 2012
The Green Bean that's an Open Pollinated Wonder: The Kentucky Wonder! Darius Van d'Rhys September 24th, 2008
The History and Uses of Winter Squash Melody Rose January 31st, 2015
The Medlar - Strange Fruit, What's Inside of You? Memory Russell January 15th, 2010
The Race for the Cherries: Royal Anne, Black Heart, & Wild Black Cherries Bev Walker June 11th, 2012
The Significance of Memorial Day Benjamin Hill November 11th, 2014
The Story of Iris Part 5 - Historical Versus Modern Mitch Fitzgerald February 13th, 2008
What looks like a Shmoo and is edible? A Cushaw! Darius Van d'Rhys November 19th, 2008
What You Can Learn from the "Irish Potato Famine" Carrie Lamont March 15th, 2013