Monthly Archives: March 2010

Plant-a-Seed-and-Remember

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There are many ways you can participate in the Plant-a-Seed-and-Remember Ceremony. Early in the ceremony, guests will arrive and record the names of people they are remembering in a keepsake album. You can bring annual flowers to plant as a remembrance, or there will be flowers available for purchase at the event. There will be complementary seeds.

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Planting Container Veggies

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Make sure your container is in a very sunny spot and make sure your pot is the right size for the plant. You’ll need to search out compact plants, feed your plants and use good potting soil.

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Diggin' the Natives – Allegheny Spruge

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Pachysandra procumbens, commonly known as Allegheny Spurge, is this weeks native plant.

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Diggin' the Natives – Bloodroot

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Bloodroot, with clean white flowers standing 6” tall, is a show stopper in early spring.

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A Perfectly Screwy Greenhouse

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The ‘tell-all’ tale of Laura’s greenhouse. It’s got more than a few loose screws. It’s missing screws, in fact. Nope, it’s not even level. It leans a bit. Several rolls of clear duct tape, gorilla glue, chalk, and bubble wrap now support the thing.

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Diggin' the Natives – Jack-in-the Pulpit!

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Arisaema triphyllum – Jack-in-the-Pulpit has flowers which continue to surprise over time – many are green but others have wonderful purple striping. But the excitement doesn’t end there.

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