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Gardening In Cold Climates In Early January

Disclaimer: I did receive some of the items mentioned in this article including the Culti-Cave for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. Successfully gardening in cold climates in early January is about tricking Mother Nature – and choosing the right plants. Creating an artificial environment in which plants will …

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Plant Bulbs In January: Get A Head Start On Cut Flower Production

Plant bulbs in January to get a head start on growing gorgeous flowers for cut flower production. Inside of a heated greenhouse, triteleria, anemone, iris and crocosmia should be planted for early spring bloom. The secret to local success as a cut flower grower is to beat out your competition by having gorgeous cut flower …

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How To Grow And Care For The Albuca Species

I fell in love with the corkscrew leaves of the Albuca species and knew I had to add this to my plant collection. Of course, living in Indiana it can be a bit difficult to obtain fresh seed from other countries, so I joined several plant societies including the Pacific Bulb Society in hopes of …

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