There were 7 new gardening ideas posted last week:
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|OT - The Porch Swing • Spring 2013||daylily||Daylilies forum||342|
|Help!!! The deer are destroying my daylilies and iris'. What do I do??||kimmer||Daylilies forum||51|
|Lets watch our iris grow and bloom||Paul2032||Irises forum||27|
|My 'Cobweb' cebenese is growing strangely/different||jojoe||Sempervivum and Jovibarba forum||18|
|New plumie||sfrangu||Plumeria forum||18|
|NOID Alpine plant||gg5||Sempervivum and Jovibarba forum||17|
|Grrrrrr! Baby semps for breakfast||Eviesmummy||Sempervivum and Jovibarba forum||15|
|ATP Series: The Daylilies of Oscie Whatley||daylily||Daylilies forum||14|
|Sedums That Still Look Good in Winter||clintbrown||Sedum forum||14|
|dormantsrule recommended Judy Davisson Daylilies and wrote:
Judy Davisson is a magic maker of beautiful form and colors. She offers many taller cultivars that often have instant rebloom with heavy substance. You can easily find cv's for all blooms from ealy to late summer. The icing on the cake is her friendliness.
|dormantsrule recommended Thoroughbred Daylilies and wrote:
Annette and John Rice are like family to me. Over the last 3 years my endless questions are answered and the plants received are wonderful. I look forward to seeing the latest intro's but an older one will always have a place in the garden; Annette's Magic. It has a Chanel like timeless quality that makes your heart smile.
|ge1836 recommended Pine Knot Farms and wrote:|
|wildflowers recommended Southern Exposure Seed Exchange and wrote:
Ordered seeds last fall, some are planted and sprouting, some will be planted soon. I was excited to find Southern Exposure Seed Exchange and I like their policies; they do regular testing on their seeds and certify that they are all grown naturally by ecologically oriented farmers. They have a good variety of unusual heirlooms and other hard-to-find or endangered varieties from pure, true, open-pollinated seeds. Prices are very good and orders are shipped quickly.
|OldGardener recommended Almost Eden and wrote:
I really like Almost Eden. I have placed 2 orders in the past 2 months (25 plants total) and have been pleased both times. The first time, USPS mis-shipped my plants (sent them to the wrong post office), but John immediately provided me with all of the information that I needed to locate my order. Although delivery was delayed, when my package finally arrived, it looked as if it had just been packed that morning. The second time I ordered, there were no mishaps and I received the plants in 2 days.
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