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The Mercury News
Flush cat poop? Don't do itfox that I've found sleeping out in the open in my backyard. Its most recent sl
Flush cat poop? Don't do it
The Mercury News / Posted 4 days ago
fox that I've found sleeping out in the open in my backyard. Its most recent sleeping spot was on top of a raised bed where I plant veggies, garlic and other things, although the fox picked a spot where nothing was growing. Another time, I found it... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
What’s Blooming in Paradise: The calico flower makes a great host plant for butterfliesperfect for our temperatures of dry climates and coastal areas. Plant in partia
What’s Blooming in Paradise: The calico flower makes a great host plant for butterflies
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 16 days ago
perfect for our temperatures of dry climates and coastal areas. Plant in partial shade to full sun in a well drained area. I plant this vine next to larger plants for a natural trellis, (sea grapes are perfect for this purpose). The calico flower... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
It's hot in 2016 and will only get hotterit’s warmer than normal, but that it seems to be wilder, woolier and wackier.
It's hot in 2016 and will only get hotter
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 17 days ago
it’s warmer than normal, but that it seems to be wilder, woolier and wackier. “I’ve seen farmers in Ontario say, ‘What do I plant? Do I do what my parents did?’ “Probably not.” Another farmer in western Canada reported needing insurance for... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Angled growthwell, you don't really have to water often," she said. "Sweet potatoes and the
Angled growth
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
well, you don't really have to water often," she said. "Sweet potatoes and the plastic containers seem to need more water. I plant before it rains and mulch when I plant, and they're fine — though the sweet potatoes do get thirsty." With her... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Velvetleaf a pretty weed that comes back year after yearExperts tackle readers’ garden questions. Q: Could you please identify this pl
Velvetleaf a pretty weed that comes back year after year
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 27 days ago
Experts tackle readers’ garden questions. Q: Could you please identify this plant/weed? I have a wine barrel that I plant tomatoes in and every year this thing pops up. I usually rip it out but this year I let it grow. It starts out pretty with... Read more

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