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How Plant Breeders Gamble With Your Wallet, and How to Protect Yourself

These daylily hybridizers charge between $200-$500 per plant, with one of their daylilies going for $1,075.00 at auction in 2009. Pretty, but if you’re the type of person who used to be intrigued by growing a potato plant by suspending a potato by toothpicks in a mason jar of water, then you might be the . . . → Read More: How Plant Breeders Gamble With Your Wallet, and How to Protect Yourself

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How to Garden Like You’re in the Tropics When You’re Stuck in the Snow – Featured Elsewhere

Remmy looking on attentively as I pot up the cannas profiled in my post “How to Garden Like You’re in the Tropics When You’re Stuck in the  Snow” found on the popular blog Cold Climate Gardening. Leave an insightful comment on that site, and fill out this form for a chance to win a free packet of seeds.

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Warning: Plantosaurus Rex

For many, mention of the begonia brings to mind the annual begonia which is a star in the part sun / part shade garden. Easy to grow and relatively pest free, they can add attractive pops of color in your landscape. For those of you bored with the annual begonia, and ready to try something different, check . . . → Read More: Warning: Plantosaurus Rex

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What Tomatoes Teach Us About Slowing Down

By the end of my work week, I look forward to some time off. No conference calls, no computers. With hands on hips, I’m able to take a moment in the garden to catch my breath. Surveying my vegetable garden, I’m pleased with how well my tomatoes are doing. For some people, . . . → Read More: What Tomatoes Teach Us About Slowing Down

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