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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 Best Sempervivum Photos from this WeekThe Best Sempervivum Photos from this Week
By dave, March 20, 2015

We had around 350 images posted to our database of Sempervivum this week! Let's finish off our Celebrating Sempervivum week with a look at some of the most thumbed pictures.

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Sempervivum and Sedum- the Perfect Container Plants in Any ZoneSempervivum and Sedum- the Perfect Container Plants in Any Zone
By CDsSister, March 19, 2015

Growing in Colorado can be a challenge, but using containers, I can grow some of my favorite plants.

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The newest comments to the plant database:
By farmerdill on Mar 26, 2015 10:31 AM, concerning plant: Brussels Sprouts (Brassica oleracea 'Prince Marvel')

Grew Prince Marvel in Virginia's New River Valley. Transplanted in July, topped at Thanksgiving harvest at Christmas. Performed much better than Catskill and long Island improved under those conditions.

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By farmerdill on Mar 26, 2015 10:26 AM, concerning plant: Cabbage (Brassica oleracea 'Point One')

Very small, very early (1-2 lb conehead) hybrid. Performs well in spring planting.

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By Marilyn on Mar 26, 2015 12:04 AM, concerning plant: Crocus (Crocus sieberi subsp. sublimis 'Tricolor')

A beautiful and colorful crocus! I've grown a few of these before and they're a very special variety! They're so distinctive looking and all the colors complement each other in a wonderful and pleasing way. A cheery sight to see after a cold and snowy winter!

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By Marilyn on Mar 25, 2015 11:27 PM, concerning plant: Crocus (Crocus vernus 'Twilight')

After seeing Newyorkrita's pics of Twilight last Spring in the database and the bulb forum, I had to get 25 of them myself this past Fall. The flowers are a gorgeous deep purple. I've never grown and/or seen a crocus such a dark purple. Outstanding in the garden from a distance and close up! I'm getting more this Fall! A gem of a crocus!

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By Marilyn on Mar 25, 2015 10:59 PM, concerning plant: Snow Crocus (Crocus chrysanthus 'Cream Beauty')

Years ago, I bought many packages locally of what was supposed to be Crocus 'Blue Pearl'. The following spring, I realized that the flowers of Blue Pearl turned out to be Crocus 'Cream Beauty'. At first I was disappointed, but in time I discovered I loved Cream Beauty. The creamy yellow color of the flowers, mixed with the bright orange color of the stamens, makes this a beautiful and memorable crocus. It lasted many years in my garden until the wild rabbits discovered the clump. The rabbits ate not only the leaves, but also the flowers, and the bulb needs the leaves to store up energy for the following year.

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