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I think i would love my whole yard to be full of a Dahlia Garden - Floral Ombre - Multi - DIGITAL PRINT

I think i would love my whole yard to be full of a Dahlia Garden - Floral Ombre - Multi - DIGITAL PRINT

I am obsessed with this flower!! King Protea, can we have one of these in my bridal bouquet please??

I am obsessed with this flower!! King Protea, can we have one of these in my bridal bouquet please??

Heuchera "Redstone Falls' (Coral Bells) - Trailing Coral Bells! I have my deceased Mother's plant and the voles almost destroyed it.  I must put it in a container.

Heuchera "Redstone Falls' (Coral Bells) - Trailing Coral Bells! I have my deceased Mother's plant and the voles almost destroyed it. I must put it in a container.

Pour castor oil in soil near the plant every September. Add one teaspoon of Epsom salt per gal. of water to help the plant bloom also. South window, lots of sunlight, is best.

Pour castor oil in soil near the plant every September. Add one teaspoon of Epsom salt per gal. of water to help the plant bloom also. South window, lots of sunlight, is best.

Another for #urbanjunglebloggers with @igorjosif and @joelixjoelix my blog post is up with the topic this month of #plantsandflowers

Another for #urbanjunglebloggers with @igorjosif and @joelixjoelix my blog post is up with the topic this month of #plantsandflowers

Propagating Rosemary (lavender, etc.) - How-to root in water, but water roots are weaker than those started in soil. Commenter Sebette says: "I have my rosemary cuttings rooting nicely in damp potting soil in old six packs. I worked on an herb farm doing propagation and we did all the perennial herbs this way. Cut 2-3 pieces about 3 inches long, strip off the lower leaves, dip, poke hole in soil, place in hole, snug in and wait. By putting in more sprigs to start you get a bushier plant."

Propagating Rosemary (lavender, etc.) - How-to root in water, but water roots are weaker than those started in soil. Commenter Sebette says: "I have my rosemary cuttings rooting nicely in damp potting soil in old six packs. I worked on an herb farm doing propagation and we did all the perennial herbs this way. Cut 2-3 pieces about 3 inches long, strip off the lower leaves, dip, poke hole in soil, place in hole, snug in and wait. By putting in more sprigs to start you get a bushier plant."

My plants n flowers

My plants n flowers

My plants n flowers

My plants n flowers

My plants n flowers

My plants n flowers

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