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In today’s world, it seems like everything is being copied. They are even cloning people. They have so many different companies with different names but all selling the same product. So in my study I have learned that we are one of a kind. When you are watching TV, commercial ads, sitcoms and just about […]

FORWARD, MARCH

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On Mar 11, 2018

Here we are well into the month of March. Spring like weather and the beauty of nature begin to show signs of new life. But March actually makes me think of other things. It’s a sentence all by

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Last weekend was likely a pleasant and busy one for most gardeners as they cleaned up landscapes damaged by winter’s freezing temperatures. Many plants in home landscapes may appear to be dead at first glance including Blue Plumbagos. Blue Plumbagos rank as one of my favorite perennials. Yes, my Blue Plumbagos looked dead but I […]
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The first day of spring will arrive in a few days (March 20 at 11:15 p.m., according to the astronomical definition). From a gardening perspective, the exact timing of “spring” is less precise. This has been an unusually cool-to-cold winter. Meteorologically speaking, that would not necessarily be a hard science assessment––just my horticultural opinion. Even […]
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