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Heat and Drought Tolerant Plants for Summer

Posted August 2011 I’ve got a few interesting blog posts I’m holding on the back burner for now, but I thought I’d keep them there until the heat wave subsides and instead write about something more timely. Actually, as hot … Continue reading

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Got the Blues?

  Usually, the blues kick in around winter time. The end of Daylight Savings Time renders most of our waking hours to cubicles and offices at work and the weather is usually grey and wet. As a result, people are … Continue reading

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Dwarf Mexican Petunia – Best “South of the Border” Plant

Original Post Date 5/25/2011 In my opinion, the perfect border plant is Dwarf Mexican Petunia or Ruellia brittoniana. Although originating from Mexico and unlike the “south of the border” pun in my title, Dwarf Mexican Petunia is hardy in the … Continue reading

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