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Reviews of Landscaping Books
If you´re bored with your landscape, it may be time for a makeover. When that´s the case, here are some books that will help.
Rhubarb Description and Toxic Issues
Rhubarb is attractive enough to grow in mixed borders and edible landscapes. The cooked leaf stalks have many uses, but the leaves are toxic.
Rhubarb Harvesting and Problems
Rhubarb is relatively easy to grow. However, it can possibly suffer from a few problems, including bolting.
Role of the Ancient Groves
The ancient Greeks planted sacred groves, which included olive trees. The groves filled various roles.
Rosemary History and Use
Rosemary has been grown since ancient times.
Rousselet and Santa Claus Pears
There are some delightful heirloom pears available. Thee are suitable for home orchards.
Routine Plant Care for Summer
With summer in full swing, it is important to budget enough time for routine care throughout the season.
Sacred Herb Book Reviews
Sacred herbs have a special place in human history. Many of the common species in our herb gardens were revered by the ancients. Here are reviews of some books that shed light on the subject.
Scented Geraniums Indoors and Out
Scented geraniums were chosen as Herb of the Year for 2006. This offers a great opportunity to showcase these delightful plants.
Seasonal Change in the Garden
The landscape was just gorgeous in the spring. Early summer it looked fine as many of the early blooming perennials did their stuff. Then, a bad case of the mid-summers blahs set in. Why does that seem to happen?
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