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The Gardening Articles page - Herbs 2
... and grows to 1 -2 feet (if untrimmed). Lemon Balm prefers a rich moist soil (like Mint), but seems to be very tolerant of most conditions ... of Page Mint (Mentha spp.) Mint is a perennial herb that prefers moist soil. There are many, many varieties - some with two tone foliage, ... pieces in to re-propagate. If you have a semi shaded, moist location Watercress makes a pretty ground cover as well as a ...
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... little troubled by the mildew that can affect some other Pulmonarias. Just give it a rich, moist soil in a spot with dappled to half sun and enjoy. Chaenomeles "Toyo Nishiki" Few ... zero temperatues. They can exhibit some leaf spotting in early spring, especially if cool and moist, but soon outgrow this as the weather warms. Once the plants seem bloomed out, just ...
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... -- especially in its early years before the clumps become more self supporting. It likes a rich, moist soil and will tolerate a bit of shade in hotter climates. Several forms exist, including ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Large Trees (50 - 100' or more)
... Ohio Distribution widespread widespread widespread widespread Habitat rich woods, bottomlands moist areas, water margins, acid to neutral soils water margins and moist bottomlands forests, floodplains; neutral to ... south widespread south Habitat moist or dry, well-drained loam rich, moist woodland, ridges, dry hills woods or sunny locations, rocky limestone soils moist, sandy sites, rocky fields ...
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Medicinal Herb Garden - Iris versicolor
... brown and wrinkled, it has a very slight peculiar odour Agronomy grows best in heavy, rich, moist soil flowering: May-July Properties and Uses the medicinal part of the plant is the ...
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Gardening with Bevan & Margaret
... HYDRANGEAS (Saxifragaceae) grow well in most areas of Tasmania. Many varieties are available. Hydrangeas prefer rich, moist soils in a protected, partially shaded position, frost resistant but drought tender. Growing approximately 2meters ...
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Sambucus canadensis--Elderberry
... : white Fruit: black Comments: Elderberry grows best in a sunny, open location and in a rich, moist soil. Elderberry grows rapidly, tolerates shade and is useful near water. The white flowers are ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Deer-Resistant Plants—Shrubs and Trees for the Deer-Plagued Gardener
... open sites, where it can grow into a tall, densely branched tree. It prefers a rich, moist, acid soil and is hardy from Zones 6 to 8. The pawpaw adds an interesting ... Oregon grapeholly. The plant grows between two and three feet tall, prefers a moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil, and likes full sun to partial shade. It's hardy from ...
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Blooming of Amorphophallus titanum (corpse flower) at BBG
... family: Araceae Distribution: Western Sumatra Hardiness: Frost-tender Preferred conditions: Tropical rainforest; shady sites in rich, moist soil; high humidity and warmth Conservation status (IUCN Red List): Vulnerable Bloom Spectacular Famed for ...
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Plant Details for Astilbe
... feet tall. Care Astilbe's shallow roots take hold best in partial shade in humus-rich, moist soil. Add compost at planting time. Water astilbe regularly and fertilize in spring with a ...
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