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Sunflower Seed Treatment and Seeding Practices

Treating sunflower seed with a fungicide may be considered where seeding is done very early when the soil is still cold and germination is delayed.

Fuchsia Plant Care

All about fuchsia flowers, how to care for and grow them.

The Stinky Truth About a Common Pest

This season, try using an organic approach to your stink bug control and help keep the environment, and your home, safe.

Anemone (Anemone Pulsatilla)

Care of the anemone flower.

Exploring The History of Sunflowers

In this article, we'll provide a brief overview of sunflowers in an historical context. We'll explain their origin and describe how they've been used for generations. You'll also learn how the sunflower was discovered by those who traveled from other countries.

Wildflower Seeds – Ten Reasons Why You Should Plant

Native wildflowers are those that were growing naturally in the landscape before the first settlers arrived from Europe. Ever since that time more and more plants have been introduced from around the world with very mixed results.

Storage Tips for Sunflowers

A lot of professional growers neglect to take preventative measures to ensure their seeds are unharmed. Here's how to store the seeds properly.

Full Sun Perennial Plants

Full sun perennial plants are excellent for areas that receive an average sunlight of 6-7 hours on a daily basis.

Planting an Organic Cut Flower Garden

With a cutting garden you are not trying to create a perfect landscape, rather you want a garden that will work for you and produce copious amounts of cut flowers.

Growing Roses with Liquid Worm Castings (Worm Tea)

One of my favorite topics is the many uses for liquid worm castings, ‘worm tea', in the garden. This unique organic fertilizer is especially effective when used to grow roses, perhaps the most favored flowers on earth and certainly the most discussed.

The $5.00 Garden of Dreams

All I did was prepare the soil, add a little water, mixed in some love and now I have a living piece of history in my garden.
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