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Years ago, a friend gave me several perky yellow perennials that resembled snapdragons. I promptly planted them in my garden.
Within days, those flowers popped up everywhere. 363 more words
Published June 17, 2012, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “Garden-sitting: Getting the veggies you want takes work, patience and water.”
My season-long experiment to raise “Gold Nugget” yellow cherry tomatoes and cosmos from seed has cleared a major hurdle: transplanting. 1,264 more words
There is only one genus of horsetails (Equisetum) with about fifteen to twenty species alive in the world today. Horsetails are primitive plants whose tree-like ancestors were the dominant plants during the Carboniferous Age about 230 million years ago. 348 more words
Natives of the Mediterranean, cornflowers (Centaurea cyanus) were originally introduced to North America as ornamentals. Upon escaping cultivation this pretty flower spread throughout most of the continent and now, in addition to being a favorite of gardeners, is often considered a noxious weed because it invades cultivated croplands. 350 more words