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Hibiscus Section MuenchhusiaHibiscus Section Muenchhusia
By Horntoad, September 2, 2015

When a plant genus is large, botanists will sometimes divide the genus into sections, which are smaller groups of similar species. Hibiscus is one genus that has been divided into several sections. One of these sections is the section Muenchhusia.

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Scarlet Rose Mallow and One Dark NightScarlet Rose Mallow and One Dark Night
By Sharon, September 1, 2015

It started like this: She leaned over with her hand cupped around her mouth, and with her soft low voice against my ear, she whispered: "Wear yore darkest clothes, chile, an' meet me right here jus' 'fore dark. We're gonna git some rose maller seeds." "Aunt Bett, marshmalla seeds? Marshmallas don't . . . " That hand clamped itself over my mouth before I could say another word or even take a breath. Her next whisper was a little louder: "Hush yore mouth, chile, ya cain't grab seeds if ya cain't keep quiet!" The night got worse before it got better.

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Hibiscuses of the Continental United StatesHibiscuses of the Continental United States
By Horntoad, August 31, 2015

Many people are familiar with our native Hibiscus moscheutos. It is the source of many of the cultivars sold as Hardy Hibiscus, but there are many other species that grow here in the United States. Here is a look at the species that grow wild in the Continental United States.

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Rose Of Sharon:  What's in a Name, AnywayRose Of Sharon: What's in a Name, Anyway
By Sharon, August 30, 2015

A rose is a rose unless it's a Rose of Sharon, and then it's a hibiscus. Some say it's the name of a crocus and others swear it's the name of a tulip and then there's some confusion with the lily of the valley. Poor plant, most likely it lives in a state of constant identity crisis, never knowing on which side of the garden it should grow.

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Celebrating HibiscusesCelebrating Hibiscuses
By dave, August 29, 2015

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

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Many Veggies Taste Best RawMany Veggies Taste Best Raw
By Newyorkrita, August 28, 2015

Lots of summer veggies taste great raw, straight from the garden.

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An All Things Plants Favorite: GarlicAn All Things Plants Favorite: Garlic
By dave, August 27, 2015

What is the absolute easiest edible plant you can grow? I spent my entire morning contemplating that question, and nothing came to mind that beats garlic. As everyone knows, it's a bulb, planted in the fall, grown through the winter, and harvested in very early summer. It requires no special care during the growing season, and has absolutely innumerable uses. Let's talk about this incredible plant.

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 Make Your Ponds More Inviting to Frogs Make Your Ponds More Inviting to Frogs
By Newyorkrita, August 26, 2015

Ever wonder why some ponds have frogs and others don't? Help the frogs out with pond plants.

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Homemade Humidity Trays for Multiple OrchidsHomemade Humidity Trays for Multiple Orchids
By chris1948, August 25, 2015

These are inexpensive, very easy to make, and only take a few minutes for each one. They work very well, especially with all the orchids I have in my greenhouse.

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By jmorth on Sep 2, 2015 3:25 PM, concerning plant: Jonquilla Daffodil (Narcissus 'Kokopelli')

Brent and Becky's description -
Kokopelli - (7 Y-Y) division 7; 'jonquilla; although this flower may not have the reputation of its namesake, it is as charming and will touch your heart; Bob Spotts seedling; (8/10cm); 5"-8"; late-mid spring.'

A minature daffodil
Wister Award (ADS) 2007 and AGM (RHS) 2004

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By jmorth on Sep 2, 2015 3:15 PM, concerning plant: Miscellaneous Daffodil (Narcissus 'Toto')

Toto - (12 W-W) division 12, other daffodils; normally, several flowers to a stem; a precious little flower that opens with white petals and a straight, yellow cup which matures to creamy white; hybridized by our Virginia gentleman friend, Bill Pannill; 4"-6"; late mid spring.
Description by Brent and Becky's Bulbs

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By jmorth on Sep 2, 2015 2:10 PM, concerning plant: Bulbocodium Daffodil (Narcissus 'Golden Bells Group')

Golden Bells - (10 Y-Y) division 10; up to 4-8 perfect little 'Hoop Petticoats'coming from each bulb; a rich golden yellow funnel shaped cup with narrow star like petals; excellent for pots and forcing; mid spring; (top sized); 4"-6"; whz 5-8.
Compliments of Brent and Becky's Bulbs

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By jmorth on Sep 2, 2015 1:37 PM, concerning plant: Double Daffodil (Narcissus 'Rip van Winkle')

Rip van Winkle - (4 Y-Y) (pumilis plenus) division 4, double; variable, old fashioned yellow flower that resembles a dandelion; a 'ragamuffin', to quote our friend, Phyllis, that looks like it's having a 'bad hair day', but is endearing to all who see it; all yellow with green segments interspersed; Heirloom; 1884; 5"-8"; early-midseason; no longer on the Approved Miniature List, but would get lost amoung the other Division 4 doubles.
Compliments of Brent and Becky's Bulbs

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By jmorth on Sep 2, 2015 1:00 PM, concerning plant: Jonquilla Daffodil (Narcissus 'New Baby')

Description compliments of Brent and Becky's Bulbs -
'New-Baby - (7 W-Y) division 7, jonquilla; a bicolored N. 'Baby Moon' with similar, easy growing habits and sweet fragrance; very late spring; 4"-8".'
A miniature daffodil.

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