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crystal canes

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Backyard Sugarcane
... into crystals when concentrated during a heating and evaporation process. Syrup canes contain less sucrose than crystal canes, but have additional kinds of sugar molecules which resist crystallization, so ... ). Some varieties to look for are: Chewing Canes: Yellow Gal; CP57-603; CP80-1837; CP80-1907; NG57-258; White Transparent. Crystal Canes: Any commercial variety from south Florida or Louisiana ...
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What Happens to Roses in Winter Care of Roses
... temperatures: dehydration if enough sugars are not present to retain a liquid "antifreeze"; and ice crystal damage if water dilutes the "antifreeze" enough to raise its freezing temperature. When spring ... winter approaches, the bushes will not mysteriously manufacture more. The concentrations of sugars in the canes will be lower than normal, and the potential for freeze damage higher. If such ...
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Michigan Grape Society Newsletter, Volume 4 Issue 2, April 2003
... sites tend to have both high fertility and water holding capacity, which promote overly vigorous canes that are susceptible to winter injury. Since they have often been lightly cropped, the ... Annual Meeting Current and aspiring members of the Michigan's burgeoning wine industry gathered at Crystal Mountain Resort in late February for two days of intensive professional development. One hundred and ...
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It
... WEEK Enjoy sasanqua camellia blooms. Cut a few to bring indoors and float in a crystal saucer for a dining table centerpiece. Shear chrysanthemums and asters down to four inches once ... all of the twine, wire or paper trunk cover on each one. Tie up loose canes of climbing roses so they don't slap against the arbor or each other on ...
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Winter Protection for Roses
... When water freezes and expands at temperatures below 32 degrees, ice crystal formation develops in the living tissue and causes the cells ... "hardening off" and occurs when the temperatures gradually decrease. The canes often give off a purple cast when allowed to properly ... rose bush are now dormant and unable to supply the canes with more moisture. Cut or chopped leaves, pine needles, mulch, soil, ...
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Elko County Rose Garden
... "Very tough and healthy and with typical rugose, or wrinkled, foliage." (Olds, 1998) Belfast Crystal Prize 1995 Rosenfest ----, Germany, 1981, Shrub, Climber, Parentage unknown, 8' x 4', salmon ... ): ----, ----, ----, hardy to zone 4A, ARS ---. Hardy, disease resistant. "Many small thorns on canes with dark green, glossy leaves." (Schneider,1995) Rosy Wings Mekdeci, ----, 1988, Shrub, ---- x ----, ...
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In The Grow -October 2006
... most areas of Indiana this fall. Both blackberry and raspberry have biennial canes, meaning that they live for two growing seasons. They produce foliage the ... year, flowers and fruit the second year, and then those canes die. So, any canes that bore fruit this year should be removed all the way ... I sure hope you can help me. A. If I had a crystal ball, I would say that all signs point to one of several ...
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East Everglades Orchids Society
... their beautiful, Den. Sea Marion. This nobile-type Dendrobium had 102 flowers on 6 erect canes. Flowers were snow-white with light lime-green in center of labellum. Bert Pressman received ... Watson 3rd Paph. Candy Apple x faireinum Shirley Cordero Encyclia Group: 3 entries 1st Epi. Crystal Valley Lorraine Lee 2nd Epi. stanfordianum David Schaffter 3rd Epi. radicans Lorraine Lee Miniature Group ...
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Pennisetum - Phlomis -- Plant Delights Nursery Catalog Page 80
... , this giant grass reaches 10' tall by the end of the season. The bamboo-looking canes are adorned with large, corn-like, green foliage. In late October and until a hard ... -9, at least 36" tall Origin: China    alternate image Web-Only! From Greg Speichert at Crystal Palace comes this fabulous new perennial. The clumping rootstock emerges in spring with dark burgundy ...
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Palms with Potential for South Texas by Robert Riffle and Richard Travis
... a nice fruiting specimen at the old Agricultural Experiment Station between Crystal City and Carrizo Springs in the Winter garden area. Sadly, it ... or cluster from the ground up. The thin, black fiber covered canes are exquisite if some are judiciously pruned out of a clump to give a better silhouette to both canes (trunks/stems) and leaves. Individual plants (clumps) can grow to 10 ...
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