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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 from its variegated leaves, with different shades of greens and creams all mixed together in a marble pattern. This...

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Winter is here, and while your garden has probably gone to sleep for the year, you might want to schedule a tiny bit of preventative maintenance so that your garden is EVEN BETTER next year. We want to prevent overwintering...

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‘Tis the season for….Poinsettias!  These brightly colored plants are native to Central America, and have been cultivated in the US since the mid 1800’s. The Ecke family began growing and promoting the plants in the 1920’s, and they really gained...

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