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Easter Lily in the Perennial Bed? You Bet!

Happy Easter weekend all! I know many of you will be getting the lovely Easter Lily (Lilium longiflorum) as a gift or maybe you have treated yourself to one, good for you 😉 The Easter Lily, a native to Japan, are mostly grown for the US, in the US and Canada. Unfortunately, many end up in the trash …

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What To Do With Those Holiday Plant Gifts

A holiday plant can be a great gift, but after your Christmas Cactus has bloomed and your Rosemary Tree has started to look sallow, what do you do with the plants? Here are a few tips on how you might keep those great gifts thriving throughout the New Year. Now we all know that one …

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Holiday Gifting the Natural Way

This season wouldn’t it be nice to give a gift that is really special for the person you are thinking of? More than ever, we need a little nature for nurture and houseplants, patio plants and seasonal perennials and gardening tools are a great start. Let’s take our holiday gift giving back to nature. The …

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