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 What Can I Plant that is Deer Resistant?
What can I plant that is deer resistant? This list of deer resistant plants was compiled from Gardenweb postings and other sources. As you can see from the follow-up postings at the bottom of the list, RESISTANT is the key word. Deer can be quit
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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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 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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 Hardy Annuals for Winter Sowing
Bachelor Buttons 'What is a hardy annual?' A hardy annual is typically tolerant of colder temperatures and is generally capable of reseeding in most gardens. ================================================== Here's a list of
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 Winter Sowing in the MIDDLE zones: 5, 6, and 7 (native seed list)
Fringed Bleeding Heart Here's a list of plants to try for the middle zones of 5, 6, and 7. The weather is less extreme during Winter and Summer than the other regions. Many, many plants will thrive and gro
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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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 What plants are good nectar sources for butterflies?
This listing of plants with flowers that attract butterflies was submitted by forum members from throughout the U.S., and from many plant hardiness zones. They grew or personally observed these plants and their butterfly visitors. You should observe
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 White flowers and plants for a Moonlight Garden in AZ
List of plants for Moonlight gardens Thanks to GCorman for compiling this list and other members of our forum for their contributions. If you can't make a nice garden out of this lot, you ain't trying very hard! Night bloomers Cereus s
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 Extreme Climate Winter Sowing......the HOT zones: 8, 9, and 10 (native seed list)
Salvia lyrata The list below are plants that have all been found growing and thriving in the wild of the most warmest gardening regions. Many have hybrids that have been bred from them...these hybrids gen
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 What plants grow best in the Ozarks?
The Ozarks are mainly in USDA zones 6 and 7 with zones 5 and 8 on the extreme edges. Know your growing zones(ask your county agent) before you start planting. Most spring bulbs do well. German, dutch and dwarf iris, Jonquils and narcissis,Perannua
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 Which plants will grow well in full sun in Georgia?
Suggestions for the Atlanta Area (but might work in other parts of Georgia as well) ------------------------------------------------- Annuals: Balsam -- Impatiens capensis or I. pallida Blue daze -- Evolvulus glomeratus 'Blue Daze' C
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 Winter Sowing Seed Exchange FAQs ~ How do I initiate a trade with another poster?
You read a post heading and if it attracts you then click on it and open it up...Let's see how to make a trade with 'Gardener_Jane' 'HAVE: Marigolds, cosmos, banana melons, and others seeds.' Okay.....you go a
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 Is there Spring and Summer Sowing? (seed lists included)
Yes you can do this, most certainly. What you need to do is first assure that the soil stays moist. You need a container that has some depth to it....like a cool whip tub. The increased depth of the soil in ratio to the s
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 How many seeds packs should start a RR?
The general concensus seems to be from 5 to 10 packs per participant. If all the seed packs are different then 5 packs per person should be enough. If you wish to put in duplicates then you would use the higher number. So, if you have decided on a
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 What to do in late August?
Zone 7: Weeding, watering (especially trees -- in a drought year), clipping back dead stems (from drought) and finished flowers. Starting to cut back the overgrown cosmos and zinnias, the heat zapped them good and it isn't possible for them t
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 What plants go in a cottage garden?
A cottage garden should include the plants that please its owner and work in the site. Remember, this is a casual style without a lot of rules. Having said that, here's a partial list of traditional cottage garden plants -- you may need to make s
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 I just love Zinnias
       • Posted by: newyorkrita z6b/7a LI NY on Wed, Mar 9, 11 at 14:50
              • 52 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, May 10, 12 at 6:18
I really do, I just think they are so pretty. Plus they just bloom and bloom. This year since I haven't gone crazy with the daylilies and iris I usually get for spring delivery, (I got none) I decided I could be more organized and start more seeds
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 It can be fun to breed your own zinnias - Part 19
       • Posted by: zenman Ottawa KS 5b on Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 11:30
              • 106 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 19:51
Greetings all, Welcome to this ongoing message thread. Once again, the previous part of this continuing series, It can be fun to breed your own zinnias - Part 18 , is becoming rather long and slow to load or read, so we are continuing th
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 It can be fun to breed your own zinnias - Part 21
       • Posted by: zenman 5b on Sat, Jun 29, 13 at 12:24
              • 113 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jul 22, 13 at 21:13
Hi all, Welcome to this ongoing message thread. Once again, the previous part of this continuing series, It can be fun to breed your own zinnias - Part 20 , has become rather long and slow to load or read, so we are c Return to the A
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 It can be fun to breed your own zinnias - Part 28
       • Posted by: zenman Kansas 5b on Thu, Oct 9, 14 at 12:48
              • 103 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Dec 7, 14 at 2:02
Hello everyone, Welcome to this ongoing message thread. Once again, the previous part of this continuing series, It can be fun to breed your own zinnias - Part 27 , has be Return to the Annuals Forum | Post a Follow-Up
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