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When Plants Travel

When Plants Travel

Garden Reports and Rejoicing – June 19 If you’re a gardener, one of the benefits of traveling is seeing familiar plant in unfamiliar surroundings. Noticing that the Centranthus ruber you carefully cultivate is a weed in parts of Italy, for example, or...
Earwigs

Earwigs

Garden Reports and Rejoicing – February 22 I will admit that they are creepy looking. And yes, they hide under the shingles of your house or the pots on your deck. Certainly, they eat dahlias, butterfly bush and young annuals early in the season. Nevertheless,...

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