Archive for February, 2010

Browning Tips

February 25, 2010 2 Comments
Browning Tips

No, I don’t mean tips on browning your plants.   Or that roast for dinner. I got an email from Karen saying that her variegated leaf peace lily has leaves that are getting brown at the tips.  She wants to know if she is giving too much water, too little water or what.  There could be […]

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Amaryllis by Morning

February 18, 2010 0 Comments
Amaryllis by Morning

Ah, Amaryllis.  A beautiful bulb that brightens up the gloomy days of winter.  They are native to tropical and subtropical areas of the Americas. My mom gets them every year and then lets them die back and tosses them out.  Growing up, I thought that is what you did with Amaryllis.  Little did I know […]

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When A Young Gardeners’ Thoughts Turn to Spring…

February 11, 2010 0 Comments
When A Young Gardeners’ Thoughts Turn to Spring…

I am almost 100% positive that everyone is sick of winter.  That is usually the case right about now, but this year is even worse.  I have been waiting to spring to arrive… and it finally has!  Well, not exactly… but the seeds are in the stores! This means that you can start seedlings and […]

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Furry Prognosticators…

February 1, 2010 6 Comments
Furry Prognosticators…

…although some have feathers and scales…. Nobody believes the meteorologist, but they rely on that fuzzy brown rodent in Pennsylvania to tell them if winter is finally over.  Well, I’m just as excited to find out what Phil says about the upcoming end to (what seems to be) a never-ending winter.  However, he is not the […]

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