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The 24th edition of a Garden Talk Christmas, enjoy the sounds and stories of the holiday season with Mark and Ashleigh and Melissa Webber.See More
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Big, Bold, and Beautiful Into the Future

The most dramatic and spectacular Christmas holiday season is without doubt the Amaryllis. The traditional big red single flower rising on a two to three foot stalk is truly spectacular. There are many more varieties and colors to choose from: deep velvety double red, white single or double, red and white streaked just to recall a few. These make great holiday gifts and are available already potted or as loose bulbs for the totally "do it yourself" gardeners.So what happens after the last flower fades? Unlike poinsettias,these beauties are very easy to care for and bring back into bloom year after year. The bulbs will increase in size and can produce three or even four bloom stalks per bulb. And it is not that difficult.After the last flower fades, remove the entire stalk near the base of the plant. At this point, treat the plant as another member of the houseplant family. Move it into the brightest light possible, a south or west window is ideal. Provide enough water to keep the bulb…See More
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Smooth Patch

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Scents of the season

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Why we need horticulturists

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The Big Burr or Bur of Oak Trees

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Video on the creation of our soil

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Crop rotation made easy

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Alexander W. Lvingston

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History of the San Marzano Tomato

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Truffles

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Think About the 2015 Garden

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Living soils are healthy soils

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