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Perennial Flowers for North Carolina
... summer; division in spring Blue wild indigo Baptisia australis Spring Sun to partial shade Well drained 36 to 48 3 to 9 Blue Seeds sown when fresh in mid-summer Butterfly weed Asclepias tuberosa Spring, summer Sun ...
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Spring Flowering Bulbs for North Carolina
... Sun to partial shade 12 1 to 2 Fall Hardy Agapanthus; Lily of the nile Agapanthus africanus Rhizome Sun 24 to 60 4 Summer Semi-hardy, mulch in zone 6 Allium Allium sphaerocephalon Bulb Sun to partial shade ... Peony officinalis Tuberous root Sun to partial shade 36 2 Fall or spring Hardy Ranunculus Ranunculus spp. Tuberous root Sun 12 to 24 3 Fall ...
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Arbor Advisor - Summer 2005 - Collier Arbor Care
... Fertilization Soil Treatments Landscape Weed Control Consulting & Diagnosis Current Issue Back Issues Spring Summer Fall Winter Awards & Recognition Events Community Projects Special Topics Insect Problems ... Dogwoods prefer moist, well-drained, acidic soils in partial sun. They need occasional summer irrigation to help prevent leaf scorch. Most Kousa dogwood selections ...
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Arbor Advisor - Summer 2005 - Collier Arbor Care
... & Shrub Fertilization Soil Treatments Landscape Weed Control Consulting & Diagnosis Current Issue Back Issues Spring Summer Fall Winter Awards & Recognition Events Community Projects Special Topics Insect Problems Disease Problems ... extend downward and persist into the winter. Grow this tree in full sun or light shade for best flowering and fall color. It grows best ...
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How to Plant a Spring Bulb Pot - eHow.com
... vote has been counted. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Pots full of spring-blooming bulbs shout "Spring is here!" They are easy to plant and have the ... area away from direct sun. STEP 7: Move the pots to display them once the buds begin to form in spring. As soon as ... up and store the bulbs for the summer; plant again the following fall. Tips & Warnings Some types of spring-blooming bulbs you can plant in ...
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Summer Houseplant Care
... Summer Houseplant Care Back to Purdue Gardening News May 2006 By B. Rosie Lerner Extension Consumer Horticulturist Purdue University Summer Houseplant Care As temperatures warm up in late spring, many ... full sun indoors, houseplants outdoors should receive no more than a half-day of morning sun. Afternoon sun will likely be too strong. Overexposing the tender leaves to the strong summer sun will ...
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vegetable gardening in spring
... ). Of the yellow 'wax' beans, my favorite, on grounds of flavor and productivity, is 'Cherokee Sun'. BEAN, CLIMBING -Pole Bean. This is the original green bean, from which dwarf green beans ... cone shaped spring cabbage. There are specific varieties for spring, summer, and winter harvest. They take from 2½ to 3 months from transplanting. For summer harvest, sow in the early part of spring; or set ...
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vegetable gardening in summer
... Of the yellow 'wax' beans, my favorite, on grounds of flavor and productivity, is 'Cherokee Sun'. BEAN, CLIMBING Phaseolus vulgaris -Pole Bean, This is the original green bean, from which dwarf ... and the cone shaped spring cabbage. There are specific varieties for spring, summer, and winter harvest. They take from 2½ to 3 months from transplanting. Set out plants in early summer for autumn harvest ...
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Ontario Hosta Society:: Summer 2000 Newsletter
... the Ontario Hosta Society Volume 6 Number 2 Summer 2000 President's Message As the summer growing season winds down and all your fragrant ... sport of "Sum and Substance" that seemed perfectly happy in bright sun. Also Crescent's new display gardens, and, of course, a very ... vibrant society. Even though the society had been formed just this spring, on April 8, 2000, there are already 153 members in this ...
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Ontario Hosta Society:: Summer 1999 Newsletter
... your specimen looks ratty, return the baby to the ground and next spring, make a new little one. If you, like us, find yourself ... - what does that tell you? Editor's Comments: This is our second summer of very little rainfall and generally hot, humid weather - I hear ... well enough in the sun to recommend them to others. Please remember to fill out your hosta ballots at the end of summer and send them ...
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