Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Middle South

October, 2001
Regional Report

In the Garden

626

Mighty Mustard

How can something so easy to grow be so good for you and tasty, too? Mustard greens ( Brassica juncea ) start growing as soon as the seeds hit the ground, and they don't stop until hard freezes turn the plants to mush. This is good reason to gather your...
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Resources

Books

New Edition of Japanese Maple At last, the classic book on these beautiful trees has been updated in terms of taxonomy and...

Web Finds

Fall Foliage Finder If autumn puts you in the mood for peak experiences, the U.S. Forest Service Fall Foliage web...
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Regional Reminders

  • Winterize Dahlias
  • Plant Pansies
  • Feed Spinach
  • Harvest Lettuce
  • Sow Wildflowers

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