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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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 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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 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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 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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 Childhood Memories
This thread came from the 'Gardening With Kids' forum. Enjoy! Childhood Memories, Please! Posted by KarenfromHingham 6a MA (My Page) on Sun, Sep 23, 01 at 22:11 Why are you a gardener? Did it start in your youth? Was there anyone in partic
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 How do I make a concrete leaf casting?
Image by: Dena This is one of our most popular questions. The paragraphs are responses by Garden Web members. The names and Web sites were removed but the basic information remains intact. Thanks to everyone who contributed! ====
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 Why Blue?
Thanks to ChrisMD on the MidAtlantic Gardening forum for saving this excellent discussion of blue (and not-so-blue) flowers. * Posted by Clare B. (MO z6) ) on Saturday, February 15, 1997 at 22:32 Hmmm....People make these hyperventilating, 'I
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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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 JUNK You Can Plant In
Posted by Bigred: I just fished an old blue splatterware dutch oven out of my neighbor's scrap pile, punched holes in the bottom and potted it up w/impatients, coleus and caladiums. Turned out so pretty now I'm on the hunt for other junk to pot up.
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 When should I pot up seedlings?
presuming you have them in a flat .... do it before they get their roots all tangled up .... 2 leaf /.... 4 leaf.. do it when you have time... in fact .. do some now... and do some in a few weeks... and report back to us if it makes a difference ....
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 Byron's World Famous Tea Recipe For Starting Seeds (Entire Thread)
Posted by: Byron 4a/5b NH (My Page) on Tue, Feb 26, 02 at 10:36 I use a weak tea formula. Make a cup of tea, anything that you have. Let it steep for 4 min, then dump it. Make a second cup with the same bag. Let this steep for 4 min.
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 What do Junkers use for Flower Pots?
What do Junkers use for Flower Pots? Posted by Fanni: Now that summer is coming and my plants start getting 'babies', I never have enough pots. I use all kinds of things as pots, yogurt cups, old plastic cups, buckets. I'd be interested to know,
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 I need instructions for a good beginner's hypertufa project.
These instructions were kindly submitted by members, Thanks to all who contributed. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING A HYPERTUFA TROUGH OR POTS This quantity will make 1 -12' x 14' x 6' rectangular container OR 2 - 12' x 12' pots Cover the bottom
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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 create fuchsia bonsai?
FUCHSIA BONSAI There are basically two ways of achieving this: (a) From rooted cuttings. (b) From an established plant which has been growing in a pot or garden. Most important look for small flowered varieties. Method (a) Take a ti
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 How do I overwinter hostas in pots?
Allow the plants to go dormant naturally. Maintain the moisture in the pots as you would if they were growing, or somewhere in that range of moisture but well drained. As the foilage drys up and can be easily removed (without tearing it from the crow
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 Finding the Junk & Treasures we use in our Gardens
Image by: GJ Forum MembersThe junk we find Posted by Mush (Ontario) -- One of our neighbors was putting an old push lawnmower out to the curb, hoping that someone would take it. I did them that favour. I planted pansies in a bright blue cookie t
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 What is a Swap Meet and How Does It Work?
********* To find out what is happening in your area, check the Mid-Atlantic forum and its Conversations, and the Get-Togethers forum. Or check the local Pennsylvania, Virginia, or New Jersey forums. * Posted by: rustynail z10 MD (My Page) on W
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