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Posted by: KimmSr - 12-15-2005, 09:46 AM - Forum: Gardening - No Replies


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  Moving plants in the winter
Posted by: lorettajay - 11-30-2005, 09:22 AM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (1)

Those plants should be in a cool storage place so they go and stay dormant, but not someplace where the temperatures will drop below freezing long enough to freeze the plants roots. If you have an unheated section of the basement, where the mean temperature would be below 50 but above 40, that would be ideal.

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  Mexican Heather
Posted by: jthunderdoppler - 11-15-2005, 02:18 AM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (1)

I live in Zone 8 in Texas and I have Mexican Heather that I have had now for 5 years. I have these planted in the ground and each winter they die back. I continue to water in the winter if needed. In spring when I see green and new growth I prune back all the dead and it takes off. Hope this helps you.

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  Metal Yard Art
Posted by: Hayden - 11-09-2005, 06:21 PM - Forum: Gardening - No Replies

I am trying to locate a metal yard artist who displayed at the Sunset Festival in North Little Rock, Arkansas over Labor Day Weekend 6 or 8 years ago. I bought 3 large, painted caladium leaves on rebar. My check was written to LJs Outback.

This artist also had large clumps of flowers like iris, with the leaves and with the flowers in various opening stages. Everything was painted - stood 3-4 feet high and probably 2-3 feet wide, on a base on the ground. Also had larger pieces.

Does anyone know this artist or someone who does similar work.

Thanks, Hayden

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  Gardening Search Engine
Posted by: ehkahk - 10-21-2005, 02:16 PM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (1)

moles and voles

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  Need wheel barrow recommendations
Posted by: akita - 10-20-2005, 02:15 PM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (1)

What you need depends on how you will use it, but generally those with the 20 inch bicycle type wheels are better for traveling over uneven surfaces than the single wheel "contractors" type. Plastic bodies won't rust out, but my metal bodied thing, bought used 20 years ago, still has not rusted out although it does get rusty.
What you really need to do is go out and look at all the various types and use them enough to find out what you like and get that one. How easy is it to get "stuff" out? How well does it move over the terrain? Are the handles comfortable for you? Can you keep a slightly unstable single wheel one from tipping? Buting a wheel barrow is kind of like buying a hammer, you need to go try one out.

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  coral bells
Posted by: joel - 10-12-2005, 07:12 PM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (1)

Joel, It would help if you listed the varieties of coral bells that you planted. Some are more sun tolerant, others prefer more shade. Of the coral bells that I have, the following do extremely well in full sun: Marmalade, Cappuccino, Ebony & Ivory, Peach Flambe, Color Dream, Petite Pearl Fairy. One that does not like full sun is Snow Angel. It is a variegated variety and it's leaves scorched in full sun, so I had to move it to a shadier location.

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Posted by: exer47 - 10-11-2005, 01:51 AM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (2)

have you tried watering them?
Big Grin

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  Spider Plant Info
Posted by: ehkahk - 10-06-2005, 10:11 PM - Forum: Gardening - No Replies

Hi guys, Ive seen people posting questions about spider plants and I have this link which helps with growing them -> http://stoneflake.net/gardening/spiderplant.html

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  What to do with those fall leaves
Posted by: KimmSr - 09-22-2005, 09:28 AM - Forum: Gardening - Replies (2)

Hi! Just wanted to add, this is great information. Plese don't throw those leaves away. They're so valuable and beneficial to the earth!

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