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Garlic Chives - It's Uses as a Culinary Herb
... flat rather than hollow, likes regular chives. They grow to about twelve inches high. The flower stalks grow up to 30 inches high, topped with greenish-white flower heads which are quite showy. Garlic ...
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How to Grow Salad Burnet
... feet. The first year it will reach 6 - 8 inches, and you can begin using the leaves when they are about 4 inches high. Cut flowering stems and old leaves regularly to produce ...
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Starting The Garden With Transplants
... be used as a seedbed; however, one 3-5 inches deep, 12 inches wide, and 18 inches long is most convenient. It should not be too ... For larger seeds, make furrows in the seedbed inch deep and two inches apart; cover seed and press until firm with a board. Place ... the soil dry out. Thin plants to 2-3 inches apart when they are about 2 inches high, and transplant them to another flat, paper cups, or ...
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Three Sisters Garden -
... shape and at least eight feet across. Cover the area with a few inches of compost or well rotted manure. Turn the compost in to loosen ... of the growing circle, in a ring pattern, spaced out about six inches from each other. Plant the corn seeds an inch under the soil, ... grow in about two weeks. After the corn has grown to about ten inches high, using a hoe or hand trowel, pull up some soil from the ...
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Basil is the fragrant king of herbs
... surface with scissors. Basil plants should eventually be planted 12 to 18 inches apart. After seedlings are about six inches high, pinch off the tops for bushier plants. Basil leaves can be harvested ...
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Lily Forum - GardenWeb
... , Apr 22, 06 at 16:17 little bitty easter lily deciding to bloom at 4 inches high Posted by: grumpygardenguy 7 northern AL on Fri, Apr 21, 06 at 14:42 1 ...
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Daylily seed pods - Daylily Forum - GardenWeb
... to planting them in dixie cups...waiting until they have sprouted and have grown 3 inches high...then planting them in my garden. I plan to keep all of my unsprouted seeds ...
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1992 All-American Selections Winners
... has typical canna flowers 3 to 4 inches across. The plants are 2 1/2 feet high with soft rose flowers. Sow seeds indoors ... adapted to either urban container gardening or herb gardens. Only 24 inches high, it does not need staking. It has a compact habit with ... short, round roots, usually not much longer than 3 or 4 inches. Williams is a specialist in horticulture with the Extension Division. This ...
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Flower Introductions for 1989
... in the flower are said to resemble a wishbone.) Only 8 inches high, this dwarf pot plant is recommended for shaded areas. Colors ... petals and bright white lower petals on compact plants of 8 inches, ideal for beds, borders, and containers. Among the new flower ... mound of single, star-like flowers with orange centers only 12 inches high. With fine, feathery foliage, it is ideal for containers as well ...
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Constructing High-tensile Wire Fences
... 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 ... inches, the sixth 26 1/2", the seventh 34 1/2", and the eighth fortytwo inches, (3) Of boards, four feet high, consisting of five boards not less than five inches ... towns as above provided, shall be forty-four inches high and of such construction that stock named in - ...
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