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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Almonds - Herb Profile and Information
... and three years growth. The tree is of moderate size, usually from 20 to 30 feet high, with spreading branches the leaves lance-shaped, finely toothed (or serrated) at the edges. The ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
... are stout fluted, 4 to 6 feet high and hollow. The foliage is bold and pleasing, the leaves are on long stout, hollow footstalks, often 3 feet in length, reddish purple at the ... France, its cultivation being centralized in ClermontFerrand. Fairly large quantities are purchased by confectioners and high prices are easily obtainable. The flavour of Angelica suggests that of Juniper berries, and it ...
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The Hll
... dogs have a place to run. There is a fairly steep slope maybe 10 - 12 feet high before the natural slope of the hill continues up toward the top. Large granite and ...
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How to Grow Borage
... because of its tap root. Staking is sometimes necessary. Grows to 2 1/2 feet high and 2 feet wide. Harvesting: Pick flowers and leaves. To use the fresh flowers, first remove the ...
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How to Grow Sage
... after flowering in June. Common sage is a semi-hardy perennial that grows to 2 feet high, depending on variety. Other varieties include broad leaf, clary, and pineapple sage. Harvesting: During the ...
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Organic Vegetable Gardening
... convenient size, usually not less that 10 feet square (100 square feet) and 3 to 5 feet high. The top should be left flat ... feet. Also, a layer of topsoil is sometimes used. Then continue to repeat the process until the pile has reached 3 to 5 feet high ... CONTROL During periods when infestations of various garden pests are high, control by natural means becomes very difficult. However, the following ...
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Deciduous Fruit for North Florida
... and quince cultivars are not well-adapted to Florida because of their high chilling requirement. Fire blight, a bacterial disease, is particularly damaging ... pear trees are normally purchased as unbranded plants (whips) about 4 feet high. At planting they should be cut back to about 32 to ... of training, string a top wire (No. 9) 4 to 5 feet high and a lower wire 18 inches lower along the row. Retain ...
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Cutting back in the fall - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... past spring. If I cut it back will it grow back to 5 or 6 feet high? RE: Cutting back in the fall clip this post email this post what is this ...
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Constructing High-tensile Wire Fences
... LINE POSTS Recommended post spacings for high-tensile wire fences are 24 to 48 feet. Use the minimum recommended ... feet high, including, if the fence be on a mound, the mound to the bottom of the ditch, (2) Of barbed wire, forty-two inches high ... feet high, consisting of five boards not less than five inches wide and firmly attached to posts placed at intervals of eight feet, or (4) Three feet high ...
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All-America Rose Selections - Western Mountains & High Plains; The All-America Rose Selections is a non-profit association of rose growers and introducers dedicated to the introduction and promotion of exceptional roses.
... Selections - Western Mountains & High Plains; The All-America Rose Selections is a non-profit association of rose ... more Ready, Set, Prune! Fall is the time to prune roses back to knee high. The rule of green thumb is that when roses have seen three consecutive ... . Why knee high? And whose knees, anyway? That's just a general way of saying you can lop off the rose canes at about 2 feet high all the ...
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