SongofJoy's profile

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SongofJoy's badges:
Charter ATP Member Garden Sages Plant Identifier I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! I helped plan and beta test the plant database. I helped beta test the Garden Planting Calendar Garden Ideas: Master Level Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Cat Lover Avid Green Pages Reviewer Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Birds Native Plants and Wildflowers Butterflies Dragonflies Hummingbirder Bee Lover Frogs and Toads Herbs Irises Hellebores Cactus and Succulents Container Gardener Bulbs Xeriscape Daylilies Lilies Foliage Fan Sedums Sempervivums Roses Plays in the sandbox Composter Garden Art Organic Gardener Houseplants Vegetable Grower

Some info about SongofJoy:
  • Joined on December 21, 2010
  • Name: Carole
  • Location: Clarksville, TN
  • USDA Zone: 6b
  • Interests: Customs House Museum member, traveling, wildlife conservation, animal welfare, reading, Southern music, UK basketball, ballet, live theater
  • Thumbs-ups: 5,895 received, 11,700 given.
  • Items given special acorn tips: 211 received, 1,033 given.
  • Starred pages: 1
  • SongofJoy's active areas of the database
  • Hibiscus (1,594 contributions.)
  • Violas (192 contributions.)
  • Euphorbias (154 contributions.)
  • Phloxes (60 contributions.)
  • Mints (57 contributions.)
  • Crinums (57 contributions.)
  • Aloes (56 contributions.)
  • Trilliums (50 contributions.)
  • Echeverias (47 contributions.)
  • Salvias (45 contributions.)
  • SongofJoy's Blog
    SongofJoy's blog was last updated on Jan 2, 2016 2:50 PM.

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    SongofJoy's Plant List
    There are 324 plants in SongofJoy's plant list.

    SongofJoy recommends
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    Gardens Oy Vey
    Heirloom Seeds
    Hidden Valley Hibiscus
    High Mowing Organic Seeds
    Hosta Haven
    Lazy S'S Farm Nursery
    Logee's Greenhouses
    Monarch Watch
    Mountain Rose Herbs
    Mountain Valley Growers
    Oakes Daylilies
    Old House Gardens - Heirloom Bulbs
    Prairie Moon Nursery
    Randolph's Greenhouses
    Seed Savers Exchange
    Seeds From Italy
    Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
    Sprout People
    Sunlight Gardens
    The Xerces Society
    Victory Seed Company
    Well-Sweep Herb Farm

    Gardening Ideas by SongofJoy:
    Beloved Around the World: the Hibiscus
    The Tennessee Coneflower: Endangered Species Success Story
    Azalea: Spectacular Shrub of the South
    The Need for Native Plants and Wildflowers
    Beautiful 'Blue Fortune' Agastache
    The Potager Garden
    Beautiful Lamb's Ears
    Some of My Favorite Xeriscape Plants Are Real Stinkers
    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
    Bagworms and the Damage They Can Cause
    Vegetable Canning Safety
    Honeysuckle Vine Can Evoke Strong Feelings
    Four o'Clocks
    Variegated Vinca Vine - Love It Or Hate It?
    Pass-Along Plants - a Southern Tradition
    Short-Day, Intermediate-Day, and Long-Day Onions
    Landscaping To Attract Cardinals
    Giant Marconi Sweet Peppers
    The Bitter Herbs
    Recycle Christmas Trees To Benefit Birds
    Use Leftover Cooking Water To Water Plants
    Brush Piles
    Establishing a Monarch Waystation
    Success with Wildflowers
    2013 All-America Selections Award Winners
    Basil and Bugs
    Leeks for Container Vegetable Gardening
    A Quick Bulb Tip
    Value Mistletoe
    Glossary: Cleistogamus
    Harvesting Juniper Berries
    Glossary: Naturalized, Invasive and Noxious
    Cold Weather Gardening Tip
    Seed Bombs
    Poison Ivy Tip
    Growing and Making Your Own Spices
    Swiss Chard for Spring Planting
    Little House on the Suburban Prairie
    Toxic (to Pets) Plants
    A Drought-Tolerant Garden
    Bokashi for the Garden
    Keep a Gardening Calendar
    A How-To Guide for Propagating Bromeliads
    Uses for Mesh Bags
    All About Grapefruit, Limeys, and Orange Conservatories
    The History of the Poinsettia
    All About Sweet Potatoes
    Sprouting Grains
    The Hummingbirds Are Gone Now
    All About Schlumbergera
    A Primer for Drying and Preserving Herbs
    What To Do with All Those Herbs
    Summer Stars of My 'Dog Days' Garden







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