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Lawn Problem Solving

Solve Any Lawn Problem: Your Complete Guide to a Healthy Yard

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Addressing Common Lawn Problems One of the best ways to tackle lawn problems is to identify the specific culprit behind the unsightly patches or wilting grass. Here, we'll delve into some common lawn issues and...
Barrenwort

Barrenwort Plant: Info On Growing Barrenwort Flowers

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Barrenwort Plant Information Most often used as a ground cover beneath trees, barrenwort also makes a handsome specimen plant in a shady garden. It survives in dry soil. Problems with pests or diseases are...
Pussy Willow

Pussy Willow Tree: Care And Growing Pussy Willows

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Learn About The Pussy Willow Tree The Pussy willow tree (Salix discolor) is a species of willow family and is native to vast regions of Canada, from B.C. to Newfoundland. It prefers the shoreline of...
Echeveria Miranda

Echeveria Miranda: 12 Little-known Echeveria Varieties

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A Low-Maintenance Houseplant The Echeveria Miranda is a beautiful houseplant. Although it prefers direct sunlight, this plant is tolerant of less water and can thrive without extra fertilizer. It is drought-tolerant and prefers well-draining soil. It...
Astilbe

Growing Astilbe Plants: 5 Essential Growing Tips

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Information About Astilbe Plants The False goat's beard, or Astilbe, is a perennial that can be planted year-round. Decorative flower plumes in white, pink, or red will rise cheerfully above the ferny foliage. This plant thrives...
Christmas Cactus

How to Grow and Care for a Christmas Cactus

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Christmas cactus is a popular holiday plant known for its colorful flowers and easy care. Unlike other cacti, it is native to the rainforests of Brazil and is an epiphyte, which means it grows...
Lavender Vs Russian Sage

Lavender Vs Russian Sage: 1 Obvious Difference You Need To Know

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Differences Between These Subshrubs The main difference between Lavender Vs Russian Sage is the flower color. The flowers of Russian sage are primarily blue with a hint of purple, while the flowers of Lavender can...
Golden Star - chrysogonum virginianum

GoldenStar Is 1 Great Wild Garden Star

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GoldenStar, Chrysogonum vir­ginianum (kry-SO-go-num or, if you prefer, kris-SOG-o-num) is hard to miss, for it blooms for up to three-quar­ters of the year. It adapts well to gardens in USDA Zones 5 or 6...
Peat Free Gardening

Peat Free Gardening and Peat Free Compost

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Peat Free Gardening Peat free gardening is not the distraction -confidence is. People aged 25-45 years are scared to do garden because they are raised with a fear of getting things wrong. This demographic is also...
Honeywort

Honeywort – Cerinthe major purpurascens

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Honeywort Cerinthe major purpurascens (purple honeywort) is one of the most distinctive seed-grown plants to become commonly available in recent years. The 45-centimeter (18-inch) plants are worth planting in a site where they can be appreciated close...