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Baccharis pilularis bloom
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flowers and yellow male flowers) from autumn through winter. Following flowering, the female plants go to seed, sending pappi into the wind. Most nurseries sell the male plants, as those won’t produce seeds or make the same mess. Photo by Miguel Vieira
“Set Off the low grases” — scot37free
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Great Design Plants
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with white blotches, and sometimes they turn burgundy in the winter."When you have questions about planting nonnative plants, check with your local nursery and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's lists. More: Browse more great design plants
“Yard” — ygyabaah
Optimise Design
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Portobello Residence, Dublin
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The nursery, equipped with an original fireplace, is full of thoughtful and personal details. The crib belonged to one of the clients, and the rocking chair belonged to one of the baby's grandmothers. The artwork was made by the couple as an additional sentimental touch.
“color chair” — mariev3
Brussel Sprouts
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other greens. Root crops include beets, carrots, radishes, and turnips. Take advantage of the vast range of varieties now readily available at your nursery or through seed catalogs.
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Gardens
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Planting notes. Dig a hole twice as big as the root ball of the plant, then carefully remove the vine from its nursery pot. Loosen the roots before placing it in the ground, then place soil around the root ball and gently tamp it down. Water it well and lightly mulch up to the base of the vine. If your
“big pot ..loosen roots when planting…water well and keep moist ..tall trellis evergreen mulch up” — millhouse2
Gardening with Confidence®
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flowers of one plant will hide the crown of another.• Plant in spring or fall, spacing plants 1 foot apart.• Dig a hole twice the diameter of the nursery pot.• Carefully remove the plant from its container and place it in the hole so the top of the root ball is level with the soil surface.• Carefully
“like big leafy plant” — paulaandsean
The New York Botanical Garden
Mönch Hybrid Aster
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Planting notes: As soon as you see aster plants in the nursery, snatch them up and plant them in late summer or early fall. This will give them a good chance to get established before the first frost, which increases their chances of returning the following year. Prepare your soil with organic material
“I had no idea that I could still have some beautiful flowers to look at!” — bria9600
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Winter Tablescape
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some of the toughest European pears can be grown down to zone 3. Newer hybrids are being bred to handle more cold or need less chill, so check with nurseries for varieties for your climate.
“view” — fathemeh
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