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How to Grow Lovage
... Herbs | Herb Gardens | Using Herbs in Cooking Cultivation of Lovage Site: The plants need a humus rich soil and should be watered often during dry weather. Propagation: You can sow fresh ripe ...
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Gold Medal Plant Awards
... decorative yellow stamens appear. Grow it in sun in moist, organic rich, acid soils to achieve the best appearance. Terrific fall color, ... of a wide range of soil conditions, though best in rich, well-drained soil. Medium Sized Flowering Shrub Viburnum dilatatum ‘Erie’ ... that appear in late spring through early summer. Thrives in humus rich acidic soil and tolerates part and full shade and does ...
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PULMONARIA
... growth will form as summer cools down. HOW TO GROW: Plant in humus rich, moist, well draining soils, that are rich and cool. Full to part shade. Divide ever three to five years ...
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Purple cone flowers
... on this species. Cultivation of Echinacea: Grow in deep well-drained soil - they like sandy humus rich soils and are short lived on heavy clay soils. Full sun to light shade, easy ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... of its parents it does better in an open sunny position. It likes a good humus rich soil and free drainage and is not happy in heavy clay. It can be grown ...
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Ginseng, Ginseng Photo and Ginseng Uses
... Maine to Georgia, west to Oklahoma and Minnesota, growing in rich soils in cool woods. Cultivation: Ginseng requires a deep moist humus rich soil in a shady position in a woodland, growing well ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... for semi-shaded areas of the garden where it requires a humus-rich, moist but well drained soil. H. nobilis makes an excellent inhabitant ... Hepatica nobilis is an herbaceous dome-shaped perennial found growing in rich, moist woods. It enjoys a wide distribution in central Europe, in ... are solitary and usually have 6 regular petals and may be rich blue or pink. The flower stems are leafless except that ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volume 1, Chapter 2
... is dominated by annuals and by xerophytic perennials. Mollisols Mollisols are relatively fertile, dark-colored, humus-rich soils with a soft surface horizon. They are thought to be formed primarily by the ... permeate the soil profile. As the plants die and decay continuously, a large quantity of humus is incorporated within the soil. In general, grasses require greater quantities of basic mineral ...
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PLAGIOGYRIACEAE [Draft]
... than others, deflexed, often sterile. Paraphyses few, shed early, brown. Spores yellow, with reddish tubercles. * Humus-rich forests, mountain slopes; 1200–2500 m. Chongqing, Sichuan, Yunnan. 6. Plagiogyria adnata (Blume) Beddome, Ferns ...
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Violet Wood Sorrel uses
... to Florida. Cultivation is fairly easy, through bulb transplants or seed. Plants do best in humus-rich soil in shade or dappled sunlight. Growing from a rose-colored underground bulb are several ...
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