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The term poisonous plants isnīt as simple as it seems. It might be more accurate to call them harmful or toxic.
Pollination and Planting of Pear Trees
Most European pear trees will need cross-pollination as do some Asian pear varieties. Here are details on the pollination needs and planting of these trees.
Potomac and Other Pears
Gardeners can choose form many kinds of pears. The following are highly recommended for the home orchard and edible landscape.
Potted Fruits in the Landscape
Annuals are by far the most popular container plants in the landscape. Yet many other kinds are suitable for growing in pots.
Power and Rituals of the Yule Log
The Yule log has long been a tradition in the West. Various beliefs and rituals surround the custom.
Prairie and Prairie Spy Crab Apples
When it comes time to choose a flowering tree, consider the native prairie crab and the Prairie Spy crab. These fruits are excellent for culinary purposes.
Preparing Plants for the Winter
Some hardy garden plants need winter protection.
Primroses-Superstars of Spring
Whatrever kind of weather the late winter brings, the vibrant perennial primroses welcome it. These hardy superstars usher in the new gardening season, and have earned a place in the landscape.
The purple heart is an attractive foliage plant.
Quick Blooming Flowers
Different, thatīs a word that is often used to describe new plants. That description is probably overused. However, it does apply to a new type of plants, early blooming biennials.
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