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Prairie Rose's Garden: March GBBD: Almost Spring!

Prairie Rose's Garden: March GBBD: Almost Spring!

Patrick's Day. The Kalanchoe, though leggy, is also putting out a few tiny yellow blooms, the first of the year. But why are we looking at plants indoors when it's such a beautiful day outside? ...

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The Outlaw Gardener: Lonicera fragrantissima, My Favorite Plant This Week

The Outlaw Gardener: Lonicera fragrantissima, My Favorite Plant This Week

From late December through March, the steady supply of small, white flowers are produced along the stems to atomize the winter air with Spicy, sweet perfume. rom late December through March, the stead...

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Papilio cresphontes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Papilio cresphontes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

They have a wingspan of 10 to 16 cm in length, being the largest butterfly in the United States and Canada. Description The wingspan of adults Is 100 to 160 mm in length. They can range from ...

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Pretty and persistent

And although it can be heartbreaking to replace a beloved ficus tree or Christmas plum shrub, you should not look at it as unduly expensive. "Plants are easier to replace than a washing machine or...

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February in the low desert

February in the low desert

Mesquites may ooze an amber-colored resin; This can be normal or released as a result of injury. The exudates are often sweet smelling and tasting. If the exudates are dark in color, sticky and odifer...

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Save your poinsettia; Revive frost-damaged plants; insects control | Home & amp; Garden | tucson.com

To prolong the bright red of the bracts, temperatures should ideally not exceed 70 degrees during the Day, or fall below 65 degrees at night. Avoid placing poinsettias near drafts, fluctuating air cur...

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