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Silk Road Lilies Are the Tallest in my GardenSilk Road Lilies Are the Tallest in my Garden
By Newyorkrita, July 7, 2015

Do you want flowers with a haunting perfume that drifts through the garden? I recommend Silk Road.

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Marvelous Martagons: Lilies for the LandscapeMarvelous Martagons: Lilies for the Landscape
By magnolialover, July 6, 2015

In recent years, the use of the martagon lily in the landscape has made a bit of a comeback. For years, martagons had been given a bad reputation of being difficult to grow and too expensive. As a result, they became more difficult to obtain. As we celebrate lily week, we will take a look at these beautiful, graceful lilies that are perfect for the woodland setting. We celebrate their comeback and availability in commerce and we will share tips for planting them and ensuring their success.

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The Top LiliesThe Top Lilies
By dave, July 5, 2015

We open the Lilies Celebration Week with a look at the top cultivars, top comments, most thumbed images, and more!

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Celebrating 4 Years of All Things PlantsCelebrating 4 Years of All Things Plants
By dave, July 4, 2015

Time has surely flown. Today we celebrate our 4th anniversary on the web, and we're throwing a party! We invite you to join in the celebration and get a chance for a huge acorn giveaway!

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More Room To Hang PlantsMore Room To Hang Plants
By SarasotaPatty, July 3, 2015

With almost 200 orchids and lots of other plants, I am always running out of room and looking for creative ways to hang more plants.

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ATP Podcast #91: Crepe MyrtlesATP Podcast #91: Crepe Myrtles
By dave, July 2, 2015

There is no flowering shrub in the south that is more ubiquitous and more loved than the mighty crepe myrtle, and that's what we're going to talk about on this episode. Dave will share the history, talk about the new exciting cultivars, and share tips on how to grow it.

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Cypress Vine and Cardinal Climber Attract HummingbirdsCypress Vine and Cardinal Climber Attract Hummingbirds
By Newyorkrita, July 1, 2015

It's what every garden needs: a climbing plant that attracts hummingbirds.

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Announcing the winners of the June 2015 Not-a-Raffle Raffle!Announcing the winners of the June 2015 Not-a-Raffle Raffle!
By dave, June 30, 2015

Let's hold our drawing and see who won!

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Wild Iris RowsWild Iris Rows
By Sharon, June 29, 2015

I stood on a little knoll and looked around me. It was like nothing I'd ever seen, acres and acres of color spread out like a treasured old patchwork quilt made of random shapes and sizes. It was pieced together with strips of green and shades of brown that gently covered the rolling hills. It was an iris farm and every plant seemed to be blooming in glorious color!

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By DogsNDaylilies on Jul 7, 2015 7:08 AM, concerning plant: Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Kent's Favorite Two')

This is very fragrant in my garden (5b/6a).

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By TBGDN on Jul 6, 2015 3:52 PM, concerning plant: Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum 'Health Kick F1')

This is my first year growing this F1 hybrid. It is similar in size and shape to the hybrid 'Roma'. It is also a deep red in skin color with reportedly (from several sources and the plant label itself) twice as much lycopene than other cultivars. Lycopene is said to be a powerful antioxidant, supporting healthy immune function of the body.

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By cats1 on Jul 6, 2015 9:20 AM, concerning plant: Daylily (Hemerocallis 'Italian Kaleidoscope')

Italian Kaleidoscope can have a white edge on it. The early ones don't, but some of the later ones do. I think the white edge can really set the flower off. :)

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By farmerdill on Jul 6, 2015 8:16 AM, concerning plant: Eggplant (Solanum melongena 'Black Knight')

This is a large-fruited hybrid, which is quite prolific. Fruits are oval, 4-6 inches in diameter, and deep purple. Large stout plant which reaches upward of 3 feet. Sturdy, as it holds up the big fruits well.

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By magnolialover on Jul 5, 2015 11:42 AM, concerning plant: Lily (Lilium 'Star Gazer')

'Stargazer,' though its own clone lily cultivar, has been often synonymous with an oriental lily. Many cultivars are sold as 'Stargazer,' but are not actually the Stargazer clone bred by Leslie Woodriff. Buying this Lily from a reputable grower increases your chances of actually getting the real clone, Stargazer, not just an unnamed oriental lily.

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