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I.D. of old narcissus requested

September 11, 2011
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If you do find out, let us know as I have a similar one from a family farm, which had been around since the late 1800s in NE Missouri. Thanks,…

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Fw: Another Bulb shed companion

September 18, 2010
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Because he doesn’t feel like shaving? Beats me, perhaps they’re some sore of sensory system, like a cat’s whiskers? Chris

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Fwd: Round and stuffed! and determing the gold and white ribbon winn…

Which is why I swap for ’em, scrounge for ’em, and look for ’em in the bargain bins at the end of the planting season. I’ve even acquired Historics (my…

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dividing and replanting

Yes, I’ve rescued clumps from construction sites and abandoned farmsteads in full bloom, preferably on rainy days to make digging easier. I then replanted the clumps, waited for the blooms/leaves…

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The Amazing Story of Kudzu

September 29, 2009
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Here’s an interesting link about kudzu: http://www.maxshores.com/kudzu/

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lovely daffodil seeds

I just got my daffodil seeds in the mail last night. Does anybody have any suggestions for starting daffs from seed? Chris Durrill

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