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#134863 Sep 29th, 2007 at 07:17 AM
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teach Growing Requirements for Garden and Landscape Plants


Algerian Ivy, Hedera canariensis[/i]

Anemone, [i]Anemone pulsatilla

Aster, Aster novae-angliae
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Annual Asters, Callistephus chinensis[/i]
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Azaleas, [i]Azalea sp.
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Azalea, Problems
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Bee Balm, Monarda didyma
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Bergenia, Bergenia sp.
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Bishop's Cap, Epimedium sp.
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Black Eyed Susans, Rudbeckia hirta[/i]
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Blanket flower, [i]Gaillardia grandiflora[/i]
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Bugleweed, [i]Ajuga reptans
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Burning Bush, Dictamnus albus[/i]

Butterfly Bush, [i]Buddleia davidii[/i]
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Butterfly lily, [i]Hedychium coronarium[/i]

Butterfly Pea, [i]Clitoria ternatea[/i]
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Butterfly weed, [i]Asclepias tuberosa[/i]

Carnations, Pinks, Sweet Williams, [i]Dianthus sp.[/i]
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Carolina Jessamine, [i]Gelsemium sempervirens[/i]

Christmas rose, [i]Helleborus niger[/i]
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Chrysanthemum, [i]Chrysanthemum sp.[/i]
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Chrysanthemums, Transplanting and Divisionb>
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Chrysanthemums, School Projectb>
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Chrysanthemums, Winter Care
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Chrysanthemums, Potted Plantsb>
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Clematis, [i]Clematis sp.
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Clematis, Cuttings
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Clematis jackmanii

Columbines, Aquilegia sp.
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Corydalis, Corydalis flexuosa[/i]

Daylily, [i]Hemerocallis sp.
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Deer Fern, Blechnum spicant
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Easter lily, Lilium longiflorum[/i]

Fairy Lily, [i]Zephyranthes


False Spirea, Astilbe sp.
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Gayfeather, Liatris spicata
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Geranium, Pelargonium sp.

Geraniums, Winter Care

Golden Bells, Forsythia sp.
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Golden Trumpet Vine, Allamanda cathartica[/i]

Heavenly Bamboo, [i]Nandina domestica[/i]
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Holly, [i]Ilex aquifolium
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Honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica[/i]
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Honeysuckle, Preparing for a Cold Winterb>
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Hibiscus, [i]Hibiscus moscheutos[/i]
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Hydrangea, [i]Hydrangea sp.
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Iris: Dividing and Transplanting
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Ivy, Hedera helix
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Ivy, Covered Walls

Ivy, Removing
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Ivy, Dividing and Transplantingb>
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Ivy, Pests and Problems
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Japanese Maple, Acer palmatum[/i]
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Kale / Ornamental Cabbage, [i]Brassica oleracea[/i]
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Lakeview Jasmine, [i]Jasminum sp.[/i]

Lavender, [i]Lavandula angustifolia[/i]

Lilacs, [i]Syringa vulgaris
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Maple Trees, Transplanting Saplingsb>
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Mock Orange, Philadelphus coronarius[/i]

Morning glories, [i]Ipomoea sp.

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Ornamental Grasses, Care and Cultivationb>
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Ornamental Grasses, Popular Varietiesb>
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Ornamental Grasses, Dividing Plantsb>
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Painted Nettle, Coleus blumei[/i]
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Pansies, [i]Viola sp.
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Passion flowers, Passiflora incarnata[/i]
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Peonies, [i]Paeonia lactiflora

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Plantain Lilies, Hosta sp.
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Poinsettia, Care and History
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Poinsettia, Euphorbia pulcherrima[/i]
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Poor Man's Orchid, [i]Schizanthus wisetonensis[/i]
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Pot Marigold, [i]Calendula officinalis[/i]
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Pot Marigold, Medicinal and Herbal Usageb>
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Primroses, [i]Primula sp.
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Purple Coneflower, Echinacea purpurea[/i]
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Pussy Willow, [i]Salix discolor

Rabbitbrush, Chrysothamnus nauseosus[/i]
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Red Hot Poker, [i]Kniphofia uvaria[/i]
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Rhododendrons, Pruning
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Rhododendron, Won't Bloom
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Rosemary, [i]Rosmarinus officinalis[/i]

Sea Holly, [i]Eryngium bourgatii[/i]
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Sea Pink, [i]Armeria maritima
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Sedum "Autumn Joy'", Sedum telephium[/i]

Shrubby Cinquefoil, [i]Potentilla fruticosa[/i]

St. Johnswort, [i]Hypericum sp.
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St. Johnswort, Medicinal and Herbal Usageb>
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Sweet Peas, Lathyrus odoratus[/i]

Vine Maple, [i]Acer circinatum

Wild Violets, Viola pedata
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Wallflowers, Erisimum sp.
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Yarrow, Achillea millefolium
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thanks so much!!


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Wow, great links Bill.


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Great links.




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I'm trying to find the invasiveness of cobaea scandlens in zone 8-b. Anyone know if this will reseed and become a problem? I have a 60 foot fence that I want to fill quickly and this looks like what I want. I can't use morning glory because they are so invasive. And the plants I want are somewhat slow growing.

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I don't know how I missed this,,,,,,,,,,,,,, thanks Bill, some of those links saved me from having to look them up, grin clap


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Originally Posted by thibodaux
I'm trying to find the invasiveness of cobaea scandlens in zone 8-b. Anyone know if this will reseed and become a problem? I have a 60 foot fence that I want to fill quickly and this looks like what I want. I can't use morning glory because they are so invasive. And the plants I want are somewhat slow growing.


I understand they can be invasive as well,, why


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hi.. I'm new to gardening (and this forum)... and not sure who to ask. I planted several plants last summer in my new landscaped yard. Most are turning green with spring weather. My false spireas (astilbe) look dead. No new growth at the base, and dead brown sticks is all that's left. It is alive underneath? I have until May to return it to the store for a refund, and I don't want to dig up a living plant. Do they usually look dead through winter/spring??? thanks.

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Love the information on the azaleas. I have too that are low growing and I'm having trouble keeping one of them happy right now. It's a new purchase and at fist I thought it was dead as a doornail but it came back when it got a good rain. So I'm keeping an eye on it now so it stays wet.


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Originally Posted by homebound
hi.. I'm new to gardening (and this forum)... and not sure who to ask. I planted several plants last summer in my new landscaped yard. Most are turning green with spring weather. My false spireas (astilbe) look dead. No new growth at the base, and dead brown sticks is all that's left. It is alive underneath? I have until May to return it to the store for a refund, and I don't want to dig up a living plant. Do they u sually look dead through winter/spring??? thanks.


Homebound Allow me to get a photo of my astibiles right now zone 5.. Be right back

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Homebound :

Here are my astibiles right now.. aug 29, 2010 ,./All bloomed this spring an seed is on top. BUT THE LEAVES ARE STILL GREENY. DIFFERENT SHADES OF GREEN IN DIFFERENT PLANTS.
tHEY DO PREFER PART SHADE . TREES DO THAT FOR ME.
THE LAST PLANT IS ABOUT 2 OR 3 YEARS OLD..

DODGE .HOPE THIS HELPS.

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