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    Great! Thank you for the fabulous info.

    Great! Thank you for the fabulous info.
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    I would chop that oleaner to the ground, to be...

    I would chop that oleaner to the ground, to be honest. We lived in a house that had those things and we chopped them down trying to kill them and they came back up as cute as can be the next spring....
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    Can't you upload from your computer into your...

    Can't you upload from your computer into your profile though?
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    How about growing up in a place too wet to grow...

    How about growing up in a place too wet to grow most (southern Louisiana) moving to a place too dry to grow most (Tucson, Arizona) and finally moving to a place where you can attempt to grow most...
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    In my case, I don't know. I was a kid but it's...

    In my case, I don't know. I was a kid but it's leaves were pure gree with no varigation and it was HUGE with leaves the size of turkey platters but when remodelling guys came in to work on the...
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    Maybe you should get some rabbits (that don't...

    Maybe you should get some rabbits (that don't like thyme!)LOL
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    planting bulbs this spring?

    I have plenty of early spring bulbs like daffodils, iris and tulip but I would like some summer or fall blooming bulbs. Any suggestions? If I plant them this spring will they come up this summer or...
  8. Scilla?....Is that a tiny little little bulb that...

    Scilla?....Is that a tiny little little bulb that comes up looking like grass and has a little purple flower? My next door neighbor called it blue grass and if that's what it is, I hate it. It has...
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    When to use bone and/or blood meal

    My grandmother was a huge fan of blood meal (and so were the stray cats) and my father-in-law always put bone meal in the bottom of the hole a new tree was going to go in. Can someone tell me if...
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    Thank you Newt. Actually, after I submitted this...

    Thank you Newt. Actually, after I submitted this post, I was sorry I didn't mention you as one of the few that are very active on this forum. I have enjoyed your replies and should have credited...
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    Thank you. I planted them from seed last year in...

    Thank you. I planted them from seed last year in barrel planters (not knowing they would get that tall). I was crushed when a huge windstorm came up just when they were blooming profusely and...
  12. Thread: Iris plants

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    I'm sorry that your post was viewed 303 times but...

    I'm sorry that your post was viewed 303 times but no one bothered to respond to your post so I am sending it to the top again. I'm sorry I have nothing to trade with you as my bulb supply is very...
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    I agree as well. I am a new member and I was...

    I agree as well. I am a new member and I was encouraged by this post to register and I have asked a couple of questions but I have no confidence that anyone will reply. I looked up all the...
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    Although mine never bloomed, I had a fighting...

    Although mine never bloomed, I had a fighting fish in the bowl with the plant and the combination of fish food and fish poop kept my plant healthy (until the fish died and the plant was returned to...
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    I'm from way up North California (not the smog...

    I'm from way up North California (not the smog laden, traffic backed up part) in a little town called Montague where the eyes can look on beautiful Mt. Shasta from miles away and cattle roam as far...
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    I am no expert but I live in a similar zone and I...

    I am no expert but I live in a similar zone and I know Sweet William does well and reseeds itself but may get carried away if not watched. You didn't say whether you preferred perennials or annuals...
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    My mother in law had rhodes in the shady part of...

    My mother in law had rhodes in the shady part of her yard in hard winter conditions, they do absolutly nothing with them in the winter and they come back as beautiful as ever every spring. (It has...
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    I don't know about the acid soil either but when...

    I don't know about the acid soil either but when I lived in Louisiana, we had a very large elephant ear at the back of our house. It didn't particularly get lots of shade but it lived well with the...
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    I was given some hen and chicks and I use them as...

    I was given some hen and chicks and I use them as fill for bare spots. They are tough in this region 6-7, and I have been warned they grow like weeds. They take no care, I put down new soil in my...
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    Will cosmos do well in part shade?

    I started cosmos in jiffy starter packs last week (which are three inches high already) and I plan to put them in my beds against the house to protect them from the wind but my house faces west which...
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