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Doug's Way With Roses: November-December 1999
... roses, dirt (from another area of the yard or garden) hilled up to ten or twelve inches around the crown and lower basals is a good choice. Pine bark mulch, too, provides ...
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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 ...
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American Daffodil Society - Daffodil Growing Tips
... , sunny place. Hillsides and raised beds are best. DRAINAGE is the key. Spade at least twelve inches deep. Improve your clay with well-rotted compost, soil amendment, or planting mix and raise ...
daffodilusa.org

Where to find Diatomaceous rock for Orchids - Orchids Forum - GardenWeb
... and its roots grew everywhere. They grew out of the pot and were ten or twelve inches long. It is still in the bark and doing good. It has been at least ...
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justgardeners.com
... plants? Gdngfool In the spring, once clematis shoots are two inches high, or higher *sometimes you don't notice them until ... thing I've learned about roses in containers is that you need twelve inches around the circumference of the pot to the trunk of ... But, the clematis guru, Howell, in a newish pruning guide to the twelve clematis groups, advises cutting back all viticellas hard with the emerging ...
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Garden Hints Page 7
... and quick to bloom, reaching maturity in one or two seasons. Their height ranges from twelve inches to twenty feet. Fast-spreading running grasses are excellent groundcovers, reducing dust and erosion. Tall ...
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Garden Hints Page 8
... twelve to eighteen inches deep and twelve inches wide. Be sure that the pink "eyes" of the division are no more than one and one-half to two inches ... the stems are two or three inches high. After a heavy frost, cut the stems down to three inches from the soil surface. ... of twelve to eighteen inches a year. At maturity it will attain a height of twelve to fifteen feet with a spread of nine to twelve ...
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Cypripediums and other terrestrials
... or artificial bog, keep water table level six to eight inches below surface of soil media. Use of rain or distilled ... the roots spread out, one and a half to two inches below surface of soil media. Hardiness: very hardy. Requires ... twelve inches tall. Roots form beneath the forming new bud only, not all along the rhizome. Two new growth buds a year is common. The rhizomes are planted about three inches ...
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District Rose Show Trophies
... more than twelve (12) stems of old garden roses and/or shrubs, same or different varieties. Not to exceed fourteen (14) inches in ... one entry tag. Deep South District Double English Box Trophy Twelve (12) hybrid teas, grandifloras and/or floribundas, one or more ... 4) or more varieties, displayed in a container not wider than twelve inches provided by the exhibitor. Floral foam permitted. El Paso Rose ...
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Chicory
... and a substantial root, shaped like a carrot, that can be two inches across at the top and dip twelve inches into the soil. All parts of the chicory plant are edible. The ...
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