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 basal area (alt. basal cover, alt. ground cover, alt. cover)
1. The area of the cross section of a tree at a height of 4.5 feet above the ground, generally written as the total of the basal area of the trees in a forest in square feet per acre. 2. The surface of the soil actually covered by a plant, as compared to the full spread of the herbage, which in grassland ecology often measures at one inch above the ground.
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 Garden Club at Miami Veterans Medical Center
Horticultural Therapy Program for the Vamc Nursing Home in Miami Fl. We Cover The Ground - Come in and see what we doooo!
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 Apex Bamboo
Several varieties of bamboo that includes Black Bamboo, Clumping Bamboo, Ground Cover and Screening Bamboo. Some bamboos can be used to fill in areas quickly to create a privacy screen from unsightly neighboring properties or stay confined to an are
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 So you want to grow a gardenia, huh? (also known as the infamous suicidal gardenia thread)
Every once in a while a thread takes a life of it's own and becomes infamous. This is one of them, preserved for posterity. Suicidal Gardenia Posted by Joan - CA-10 ) on Tue, Jul 6, 99 at 1:33 Hi y'all, Okay, second time here for this vetch
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 My Stupidest Gardening Mistake - or- We Were Once All Newbies
I stole this thread from the perennials forum. We need to remember that everyone makes mistakes. Enjoy - chrisMD. My Stupidest Garden Mistake...... Posted by NymphaeaRosa Z5/6 NJ (My Page) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 1:30 I'm an 'intermediate'
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 Garden Heebie-Jeebies
* Posted by Veronicastrum z5 IL (My Page) on Wed, Jun 18, 03 at 10:20 Okay all of you dedicated gardens, what things - plant, animal, other - give you the creeps in your garden? In another thread I posted about Rudbeckia hirta. I am on a mission
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 You Know You are a Compost Whacko When.......
This thread came from the Soil, Compost and Mulch forum. Don't laugh too much - if you are a serious gardener these symptoms will soon be appearing in you. Enjoy. You Know You are a Compost Whacko When....... Posted by ryanzone7 profess
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 What groundcovers are recommended for New England gardens?
Image by: RubbyMazus reptans This thread was posted by runktrun on the New England Gardening Forum, and has been added to the FAQ because of the valuable information contributed by many forum members. =======================================
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 What are some good woodland ground covers?
Posted by Lauren Z4 - 4: I'm looking for a good source for native northern ground covers for my shade garden. I'm particularly interested in bunchberry (cornus canadensis?) and asarum canadensis - wild ginger. I also have bleeding hearts, bloodr
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 What's Blooming Now? Garden Plant List
AUGUST***** Pennsylvania - salvias, especially red ones; black-eyed susans (though the rudbeckia goldstrum are done); chelone; zinnias; marigolds; moonflower; a few ratty-looking nasturtiums; one persistent 'Happy Returns' daylily which is happily
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 How Do I Prepare Perennials for Winter? (archived thread)
sue - I have a small flower garden(perennials) day lilies, gladiolas and such how do I prepare them for a cold, snowy, winter? Do I cut them back, mulch around them, this is my first garden, please help it's getting cold here already. Amanda
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 What are the Benefits of Cover Crops or Green Manures?
Cover crops and green manures are basically the same term. When these plants are alive they are cover crops. When the plants are decaying they are green manures. Green manuring has all the soil benefits of classic composting, plus other benefits:
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 Misting Propagation - How to...? Where can I find...? How much...?
I've added this whole thread to the FAQ, because there is just so much useful information here aboutmist propagation. My misting bed for you newbee rooters Posted by mytrid z8b Florida (My Page) on Sun, Apr 20, 03 at 0:12 This is my misting b
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 What are some Great Gardens to visit in PA?
Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA Sixth oldest rural cemetery in the United States comprises 300 acres of land. The gateway of the cemetery's Butler Street entrance is an outstanding example of John Chislett's reposeful Tudor style. Chislett, the
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 Least Favorite Gardening Trends...What NOT to do in Your Garden
Here's advice on what NOT to do in your garden..opinions from all and sundry... Least favorite gardening trend...What's yours?? My least favorite garden trend....Evergreens!!!!!! Posted by daylilydreamer 6/7Mid-Atlantic (My Page) on Wed, Aug
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 Interbay Mulch
There has been much posted on the forums about a soil building method known as Interbay Mulch. It is a method developed by a site coordinator at the Interbay P-Patch in Seattle and has recently been featured in an article in Organic Gardening. The P-
  Frequently Asked Question  -   Found at:   Soil Forum FAQ Directory

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 How do you cover a bank or a slope with roses?
Roses have been used as ground covers for years as it is the natural way most roses grow. You can use the landscape roses which will throw out long 5 foot canes in all directions or if you have a very large area ,you can use a rambler rose and it wil
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 How to Winter Sow Seeds Outdoors
Image by: Trudi DavidoffMini-greenhouses from recyclables! 'How to Winter Sow Seeds Outdoors' It really is very easy to do. First, let me give you a little background as to why I sowed the seeds during the Winter. I live in a very smal
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 How to Winter Sow Seeds Outdoors
Image by: gardenweed_z6aMilk jug containers How to Winter Sow Seeds Outdoors It really is very easy to do. First, let me give you a little background as to why I sowed the seeds during the Winter. I live in a very small house, a cottage
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 My Stupidest Garden Mistake - or - We Were Once All Newbies
Many thanks to ChrisMD for saving this excellent thread which reminds us that we all make mistakes. Those mistakes are often funny and always a learning opportunity! * Posted by: PattiA6290 7b ) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 8:17 A friend of min
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