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We're Celebrating Spring Blooming Bulbs!
Share Your Spring Blooming Bulb Photos!Share Your Spring Blooming Bulb Photos!
By dave, March 29, 2015

Do you have spring blooming bulbs in your garden or around your town this week? Share photos of them in the plant database, and enjoy looking at those posted by other members. At the end of the week, I will give a report of the most thumbed images and it'll be awesome.

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The Top 50 Most Popular Spring Blooming BulbsThe Top 50 Most Popular Spring Blooming Bulbs
By dave, March 28, 2015

We made it! Winter is over and it's springtime! Let's celebrate with a special week dedicated to these beautiful bulbs that brighten our gardens every spring, and we open that week with a look at the most popular of these plants.

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Let's Remember the MonarchsLet's Remember the Monarchs
By SCurtis, March 27, 2015

Let's all plant a butterfly garden this year to help the butterflies and bees.

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ATP Podcast #83: Our Herb SpiralATP Podcast #83: Our Herb Spiral
By dave, March 26, 2015

In this week's episode, we're going to talk about our wonderful herb spiral that we love and think that everyone should copy for their own gardens. Learn about how we made it, how we use it, what we grow on it, and why it's the best herb growing structure in the world.

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It Is Time To Bring Those Pelargoniums out of HibernationIt Is Time To Bring Those Pelargoniums out of Hibernation
By jvdubb, March 25, 2015

The days are getting longer and spring is just around the corner. March is a good time to bring those Pelargoniums you tucked away for winter back out into the world.

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The Wonderful ComfreyThe Wonderful Comfrey
By dave, March 24, 2015

Comfrey is incredible. It's a soil builder, a fertilizer, a compost enhancer, has medicinal properties, is a good feed source for animals, and much more. Let's talk about this chief of plants.

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Winter Assessments as Snow RecedesWinter Assessments as Snow Recedes
By chelle, March 23, 2015

Right now is one of the best opportunities to actually see the garden, while the distractions of new sprouts, early blooms, and weedy patches screaming for attention are still weeks away.

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Mid-Winter Garden BluesMid-Winter Garden Blues
By Weedwhacker, March 22, 2015

What’s a northern gardener to do??

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The March 2015 Not-A-Raffle-Raffle!The March 2015 Not-A-Raffle-Raffle!
By dave, March 21, 2015

This is it! After a 5 month break, we are finally back in the raffle saddle! You've been anticipating this raffle for a long time, and your wait is now richly rewarded. Dig out your acorn purse and pony up for tickets because this is a raffle you will definitely want to participate in! 8 companies provide huge prizes so come on in and take a look, and get your tickets while they're available.

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The newest comments to the plant database:
By Calif_Sue on Mar 28, 2015 8:25 PM, concerning plant: Sturt's Desert Pea (Swainsona formosa)

Australian native flower that is the state floral emblem for South Australia

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By jmorth on Mar 28, 2015 1:02 PM, concerning plant: Jonquilla Daffodil (Narcissus 'Kedron')

'American bred by Willis Wheeler, several vivid orange cups 'bleed' their color into the rich bronzy yellow perfectly formed petals of this lusciously fragrant flower; 12" to 15"; mid spring.'
Description thanks to Brent and Becky's Bulbs.

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By valleylynn on Mar 28, 2015 9:40 AM, concerning plant: Lady's Eardrops (Fuchsia 'Oddfellow')

Chosen by the Independent Order of Oddfellows to carry their name.
At this time it does not appear to be available in the United States.

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By 4susiesjoy on Mar 28, 2015 8:29 AM, concerning plant: Cutleaf Daisy (Erigeron compositus)

Dainty little wild flower that self seeds prolifically. It works well in a rock garden and prefers well drained soil. It blooms in early spring and its flowers add a cheerful presence to the early spring garden.

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By jmorth on Mar 27, 2015 11:55 AM, concerning plant: Trumpet Daffodil (Narcissus 'Pink o' Dawn')

The hybridizer, Crawford Radcliff, an Australian from Tasmania, created two cultivars of the same name in the same year (1931) from the same seed parent (Mrs. W. Moodie) but different pollen parents (this entry's pollen parent was Lemon Star, the other was Lord Kitchener).

Radcliff has created same-named daffodils on more than one occasion (ex.- LaGana, and I recall others). Why? Go figure...

This particular cultivar has an illustrious history in the world of daffodil breeding. It is seed fertile and was used in this capacity 22 times. It is also pollen fertile and was used 30 times in that role. Resultant cultivars number 42 named daffodils. The rest were numbered seedlings. The creators of the named offspring were all from Australia and New Zealand, except for four from Northern Ireland. This happened mostly in the middle part of the last century.

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