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Galvanized Trough Drilling 101Galvanized Trough Drilling 101
By springcolor on March 19, 2016

Using galvanized livestock troughs for planting is a great idea, but the drilling is no easy job.

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The Dalton ProjectThe Dalton Project
By springcolor on September 7, 2015

Sempervivums are plants of many colors, and this changeability is part of the fascination of growing this alpine succulent.

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Echibeckia:  Intergeneric CrossEchibeckia: Intergeneric Cross
By springcolor on August 3, 2014

"Loves me, loves me not": When I was a teenager, this was a favorite game to tell me whether the current boyfriend loved me. You pulled the flower petals off the flower head and the last one told you the verdict. Daisy-like flowers have changed over the years. The latest plant trend is intergeneric crosses.

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Foliage Can Carry the ShowFoliage Can Carry the Show
By springcolor on April 20, 2014

Flowers are gorgeous but they can be here today and gone tomorrow. Foliage however, can carry the show 24/7 and throughout the growing season.

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Pelargonium CuttingsPelargonium Cuttings
By springcolor on January 21, 2014

If you have a hard-to-find or favorite variety that you want more of, here’s how to propagate it easily.

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