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Rosemary
... you fertilize her, or water her too much, or plant her in too-rich earth. Benign neglect will result in big healthy plants. So it is the perfect plant for a hard ...
www.herbgardenonline.com

Heritage Rose Foundation: Transplanting Self-layering Cecile Brunner?
... extremely healthy. No diseases what-so-ever. And has thrived under a regime of mostly benign neglect. She gets a little rabbitt manure from our bunny, some alfalfa, some compost and mulch ...
www.heritagerosefoundation.org

Heritage Rose Foundation: Moulton Noisette
... , so I am becoming a no-spray gardener by default.) It seems to handle our benign neglect well, just enjoying having a lot of hardwood mulch at its feet. It does get ...
www.heritagerosefoundation.org

Vivi's Orchid Corner - "Cane Dendrobiums: 'The Hardy Boys' - September 2002
... Dendrobiums are quite varied. The cane Dendrobiums are truly adaptable species. These orchids love neglect and extremes of conditions. A renewed interest and new found admiration for cane ... These cane Dendrobiums adjust remarkably well and continue to flourish. Dendrobiums respond well to "Benign neglect". Leave them alone and they will reward you with multiple inflorescences at any given ...
www.netmar.com

Ontario Hosta Society:: Winter 1997 Newsletter
... extreme shade in many sections of the garden I tried hostas. Because hostas survived my benign neglect, I lost some of my fear of gardening and started with other perennials and shrubs ...
www.ontariohostasociety.com

Cool-Growing Coelogyne Culture
... the world is such that species originating here are best grown using a program of benign neglect during winter. Heating bills are, therefore, nice and low because these plants neither need nor ...
www.orchidculture.com

The Romance of Polyanthas
... effort accorded to roses unless the roses be relatively free of demanding anything more than benign neglect in the course of a season. More pessimistic souls assume the approach of roses that ...
www.pswdistrict.org

Moving a Rhododendron Garden
... . Larry Englander, plant pathologist, rhododendrons will grow and thrive in our region. Just try such benign neglect with primroses or alpine plants, and you'll end up soon with no plants. So ...
www.rosebay.org

Scenic Nursery | Gardening Blog: March 2005 Archives
... the lime we also talked about the fact that daphne does best with a little benign neglect. The number one mistake people make is too much water, too much fertilizer, too much ...
www.scenicnursery.com

Scenic Nursery | Gardening Blog: A Daphne tip
... the lime we also talked about the fact that daphne does best with a little benign neglect. The number one mistake people make is too much water, too much fertilizer, too much ...
www.scenicnursery.com