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Outdoor plants for the American Southwest.

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Passion Vine Care

Passion Vine Care

Passion Vine Care and where to plant (Passiflora caerulea).  Also called the Passion flower and the Maypop plant, why because the blooms pop in May.  There are many passion vines but this one is an excellent vine to plant in your garden and will do well in and around the Southwest. It is native to […]

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10 Gardening Hacks Every Gardener Should Know

10 Gardening Hacks.  If you want to set up a small garden in your home, we want you to know about these 10 amazing gardening hacks first. These hacks will make it easy for you to take care of your new garden and prevent the common problems faced by other beginners. So let’s get started. […]

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11 Tips on How to Grow Grass in Shade

11 Tips on How to Grow Grass in Shaded Areas.  Shade can be a huge problem for gardeners. If you have an area that gets very little sunlight, it is difficult to grow grass in these areas. However, there are some steps you can take to get the most out of your shaded spaces. We’ve […]

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How to grow organic potatoes

How to grow organic Potatoes

Are you thinking of growing potatoes at home during this lockdown? Thumbs up, go for it! Potatoes can be very easily grown at home with just a bit of guidance.  How to grow organic Potatoes at home. How to grow organic Potatoes at Home? Yes, growing potatoes is quite simple and easy. Although being easy […]

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Keeping Your Roses Healthy

Keeping your roses healthy.  As most of us know roses have beautiful flowers and look gorgeous in almost any type of setting or landscape.  But they are somewhat of a challenge to grow especially around the American Southwest where rain is low, and the air is dry. A little history of roses Roses were grown […]

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3 Tips To Improve Garden Safety For Seniors

3 Tips To Improve Garden Safety For Seniors.  When it comes to hobbies that help you age well, gardening has repeatedly ruled the lists. The benefits of gardening are well-documented, thanks to a host of studies. According to past research, taking up gardening in your later years can help reduce stress, aid in mental and […]

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How to pick healthy plants

How to pick healthy plants

The best way to tell if you are picking a healthy plant is by observing the plant.  Here, you can truly judge a book by its cover. If a plant has been treated correctly and has no diseases or pests, you can always tell by how nice it looks.

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Dead Nettle Plant Care and Planting

Dead Nettle Plant – Care and Planting. This is a great little leaf plant that is perfect for ground-cover or in a decorative pot.  It is a herbaceous perennial and likes acidic soil.  There are about 50 species of this plant but the most common is the white Nancy (Malculatum).  These plants are usually sold […]

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Dusty Miller Plant

Dusty Miller Plant Care: Silver Ragwort

The Dusty Miller Plant Care (Jacobaea Maritima).  Also called the Silver Ragwort plant.  The first time I saw this plant I thought it was a type of unwanted weed.  But once I saw it grow larger and blend in with the other garden plants I quickly learned to love them.  They are drought-tolerant and don’t […]

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Chinese Pistache Tree

Chinese Pistache Trees Southwest

The Chinese Pistache tree (non-bearing) is Probably one of the hardiest trees to plant in and around the Southwest. It is a small to medium-sized ornamental tree and of course, it is native to China.

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