October 25th, 2008
Meet the plants for small-space gardens or small spaces in large gardens.
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Tips of the Week
Plant wildflower seeds, larkspurs, poppies
Plant snapdragons, alyssum, ornamental cabbage, kale, stock and other cool season flowers
Plant perennial herbs like oregano and rosemary (which may need winter protection this first year)
Save summer seeds. Clean and set on a screen for good air circulation to let them properly dry. Once dry, store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator or freezer.
If your holly plants are looking a little yellow as they're setting berries, give them a little fertilizer that is high in iron.
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Question of the Week
How and when can I move a perennial, shrub, or tree?