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Drought can't stop this bright crop of flowers from blooming
A BRIGHT idea is finally starting to bloom and the knitting effort is pulling a small community closer together. Every week since May Freestone residents have been lending their hands to craft a flowe... read more
How to beat the drought and keep the garden producing food
Potato crops ... (but not hot) and bright (but not in direct sunlight). To guarantee a good strike rate, always take cuttings in the early morning or late in the evening, when the plants are at their ... read more
Letter from Birdland | Time to enjoy old favorites and garden surprises
Growing green cornstalks is fine, but if we want a crop, the tassels need moisture for the pollen to do its magic. Despite the drought, new blooms are coming. The calendula, marigold and dill I dug fr... read more
Why are my strawberry plants' yield so small?
There are several reasons for small berries: •Heat and/or drought stress the plants and decrease the size and number of berries •Cool, wet or windy weather when the flowers were blooming ... of many c... read more
Eye for color: Right plants can keep a garden bright all year long
“Plants like hydrangea, a woody shrub, bloom in the ... Nature tells it to stop. You can tuck this anywhere.” Talking trees, Ms. Visco recommends the rock-hardy Tamukeyama Japanese maple, which takes ... read more
Now is time to plant gray to enjoy in summer garden
Foliage comes even whiter, flower stems longer, bloom time has been extended, all the while preserving lavender’s carefree, drought-tolerant ... think the weather can’t get any hotter, the plant sends ... read more
Cullens: Plant low-demand flowers for summer
We recommend the early fall flowering Autumn Joy (40 to 60 cm high) and for a ground cover you can't beat Dragons Blood (sedum spurium). 5. Lamb's Ear (stachys) is a perennial Dusty Miller. It produce... read more
GARDENING COLUMN: Go away, it’s OK
We recommend the early fall flowering Autumn Joy (40 to 60 cm high) and for a ground cover you can’t beat Dragons Blood (sedum spurium). #5 Lamb’s Ear (stachys) is a perennial Dusty Miller. It produce... read more
Anti-Vaxxers Are Targeting a Vaccine for a Virus Deadlier Than Ebola
“You can’t roll ... some flowering trees the bats visit. “We’ve all got a right to live here,” she added. “We’ve just got to learn to live together.” Most Australians are not very fond of their flying ... read more
Unusual Delta algae bloom worries researchers
Every so often, the team would stop and siphon water into plastic jugs and glass vials to take back to the lab for further study. Mile after mile, and stop after stop, the team found the bright green ... read more
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Help for gardeners: What's eating my hibiscus bushes and asters?
Montana rubens, for example) and deutzia after blooming. •Give a light feeding to hellebores such as the Lenten rose. •Clean gutters and down spouting. •Stop ... crops such as beans or lettuce. •Start ... read more
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