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Spring is finally here. The first plants I plant immediately after frost risk are the lovely tomatoes! Nothing beats a home-grown tomato! The sooner we plant the tomato plants, the sooner we can enjoy the delicious red fruits of our...

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Senecio scaposus is an extremely drought tolerant little succulent. It only gets to be about 12 inches tall, and it forms little clumps of silvery-white, green, finger-like stems. It almost resembles a little sea creature. In the summer it can...

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February is a divisive time of year in the garden world. In some warmer regions, February looks an awful lot like spring - a little cool, but pretty spring-like. While in other parts of the country, February is solidly winter....

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Peperomia obtusifolia, also called Marble Peperomia, originates from the Caribbean. It is a popular low-maintenance house plant. Marble Peperomia gets its name fromĀ its variegated leaves, with different shades of greens and creams all mixed together in a marble pattern. This...

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