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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... to discourage sowbugs in the garden Sowbugs and pillbugs inhabit garden soil, dank basements and shady areas of the yard. They feast on decaying plant material and play a role in decomposing ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

Iris nelsonii
... (Abbeville red iris) Photosby RAB _ Yellow form, photo by Colin Rigby Seed pod Habitat: Shady areas in standing water in bayous south of Abbeville,LA. Bloom: Mid to late April in ...
facstaff.hsc.unt.edu

Shade loving plants for AZ gardeners - Arizona Gardening
... have different types of mint (contained) mixed in for contrast. Columbine does very well in shady areas. The yellows are the strongest and will grow quite large. They go semi-dormant in ... flowers and thrives in shade and dappled light. Scented geraniums also do very well in shady areas and give you the added benefit of lovely scent when watered. The fancy 'sweet potato ...
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Royal Heritage and ivy? - Hellebore Forum - GardenWeb
... are talking about an area roughly 70' long by 4' deep. One end is quite shady; the other gets hit by the western sun. Follow-Up Postings: RE: Royal Heritage and ... useful ground covers. Asarum canadense, Pachysandra procumbens etc. provide nice low spreading cover for somewhat shady areas that won't harm hellebore roots (hellebore roots grow deep). Epimediums of all kinds are ...
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Helleborus argutifolius 'Silver Lace' - Hellebore Forum - GardenWeb
... . I put it in a part-shade area of my garden--the sunniest of my shady areas (which means full sun would probably be okay nearly anywhere else on the planet), in ...
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The Gardener's Network - Vegetable Gardening: How to Grow Parsley
... can thrive in partly shady, and even shady areas. Soil should be rich. This easy to grow herb tolerates poor soil and poor drainage, so it can be put in areas of the garden ...
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Gardener's Network: How to Grow Caladium Flowering Bulbs / Tuberous Roots
... as a Houseplant. Others recognize Caladiums as a colorful, leafy plant that brightens up the shady areas of their yard. However you recognize them, these plants are popular among home gardeners ... Lilies Geraniums Heirloom Bulbs Hostas Hyacinth Iris Lilies Paperwhites Peonies Tree Peonies Tulips Planting Helpers Shady Perennials Sunny Perennials $5 Best Buys $10 Best Buys So Much More! | Home | A ...
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Weed Control in Your Lawn
... BEST TURF: Fescues are the best for shady areas, whereas turf-type perennial ryegrass varieties, which require full sun, establish themselves quickly in newly seeded areas and will crowd out germinating weeds. Kentucky ...
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A Chorus Line For Our Star
... peony, but once you get them started, they will reseed and grow well in your shady areas. They come in blue, pink, purple, yellow, red and white and bloom for a long ... irises. Anchusa Myosotisdiflora: Quite a mouthful but nevertheless an extremely satisfying plant. It grows in shady places, seeding itself liberally (you need two plants to start), starts blooming as soon as ...
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Asteraceae - Sunflower Family #11
... ovate leaves. Plant: 3-6' tall and quite bushy. General Comments: Grows well in moist shady areas. Unknown 072 Common Name(s): Unknown 072 Scientific Name: Unknown 072 Family: Asteraceae Sunflower Family ...
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