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Kangaroo Paw Maintenance
... ink disease (a fungal problem) to some degree. The smaller varieties seem to be more affected than the larger varieties. Even within the smaller varieties, the effect varies from one variety to another to the ... with the smaller varieties, except possibly as pot plants. There are new varieties coming onto the market and they may prove to be more reliable. I will look at a range of smaller varieties in ...
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ID iris with very thin roots? - Iris Forum - GardenWeb
... think it is an overgrown bearded iris? Perhaps one of the smaller varieties? On the whole, the plant has always been considerably smaller and more delicate, a bit more leafy than some others ...
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The Gardener's Network - Herbs : How to Grow Dill
... to 42 inches, depending upon variety. The most popular varieties are 24-36 inches. If your space is limited, try the smaller varieties. Put them in the back of the Herb garden as ...
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The Gardener's Network - How to Grow Marigold Annual Flowers
... in a wide range of sizes from miniatures smaller than a foot to giant varieties that can grow up to four feet tall! ... . And don't overlook Marigolds in container gardens as the smaller varieties do well in containers. Propagation: Marigolds are grown from seeds. ... . Spacing depends upon size with miniature varieties spaced four to six inches apart, and Giant varieties one to two feet apart. How to ...
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... and will be at peak during the iris season. There are several varieties available, from the star-shaped very dwarf Twinkles, to a regular ... you can be reasonably certain of having most of the late blooming varieties bloom at iris time. However, the second year they will do their ... , and these would all be in bloom at iris time. The smaller varieties are not very showy, and I do not give them space. ...
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How many iris varieties do you grow? - Iris Forum - GardenWeb
... , 06 at 18:34 Over a thousand, counting all named varieties, including Siberian, Japanese, Spuria, Median and tall beardeds, Named PCI's ... two favorites. I gave away all my other varieties. Randy RE: How many iris varieties do you grow? clip this post email this ... smaller lot, but still growing the same amount. City workers don't have much freedom in where to move to. Carlos RE: How many iris varieties ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Sunchoke
... as early in the spring as you can: later planting means a lot fewer and smaller tubers. For once, "as early as you can work the soil" really means what ... Organic Considerations (forthcoming) Recommended Crops for a home garden, by variety Vegetable Varieties Herb and Spice Varieties Fruit and Berry Varieties Gardening information and aids Tools and Equipment Garden Tools (forthcoming) Seed-Starting ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Swiss Chard
... grow on (chard leaves are at optimum quality when just fully expanded or slightly smaller). Remember: if you don't happen to want any chard when the leaves are ... Organic Considerations (forthcoming) Recommended Crops for a home garden, by variety Vegetable Varieties Herb and Spice Varieties Fruit and Berry Varieties Gardening information and aids Tools and Equipment Garden Tools (forthcoming) Seed- ...
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Caviar Varieties and Terms. Choose the proper caviar for your recipe.
... Potato and Yam Recipes Related Sites Italian CuisineDesserts / BakingBarbecues & GrillingLow Fat CookingCocktails Caviar Varieties and Terms From Peggy Trowbridge, Your Guide to Home Cooking. FREE Newsletter. Sign ... more expensive sturgeon varieties. Tarama: Carp. Roe from the carp, orange in color. It's often sold smoked. Trout caviar: Rainbow trout. The roe is orange and smaller than ...
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Common Clam Varieties Information
... >Home Cooking> How to Cook> How to Cook Seafood> Common Clam Varieties Information Home Cooking Find Recipes Advanced | Browse | Main Food & ... Articles Help Common Clam Varieties Enjoyed as a food source since prehistoric times, there are over 2,000 varieties of clams. ... they mature, remaining female for the rest of their lives. Smaller clams are best for eating raw. Quahogs also include Littlenecks ...
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