There were 7 new gardening ideas posted last week:
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|6 people gave for the idea "Forcing Bulbs in the Winter" by jmorth|
4 people gave for the idea "Double Your Spring Bulb Flowers with Tulips and Daffodils" by Newyorkrita
|Need suggestions for groundcover plants||Natalie||Perennials forum||92|
|Happy People -open thread - Sept.- Oct||JB||Sandbox forum||50|
|Lundi - Sun or shade?||SoCalDawg||Aroids forum||36|
|Im Crying Right Now||teengardener1888||Houseplants forum||35|
|Is this rose the dreaded multiflora?||JuneOntario||Plant ID forum||33|
|Announcing the winners of the raffle!||dave||The Bulbs Week Not-a-Raffle Raffle||33|
|The Naming of new Sempervivum||gg5||Sempervivum and Jovibarba forum||26|
|Well water is not well received||dyzzypyxxy||Ask a Question forum||24|
|sandnsea2 recommended SMG Succulents and wrote:
SMG is a great source for Sempervivums and Jovibarbas. I have received many orders from them and I always have been more than happy. Don is so helpful. He makes the experience interesting and a lot of fun. The Semp varieties offered change periodically, which makes browsing their website an adventure of discovery. They send a very generous number of healthy rosettes per plant. I am a big fan of SMG and just placed another order.
|rocklady recommended Ladybug Daylilies and wrote:
Dan grows healthy plants and is generous with fans. He will be happy to answer questions. His website is easy to navigate and is full of lots of information on growing daylilies, which is invaluable for newbies There are also lots of beautiful photos of the plants, as well as videos. There is a section of excerpts from newsletters written by his late Mom, Ra Hansen. He stands behind his products and will not ship plants to zones where they will not do well.
|bluestem55 recommended Benedict's Nursery and wrote:
An off-the-beaten-path treasure, stocked with out-of-the-ordinary plants: succulents, carnivorous plants, miniatures, alpines, fairy garden items, and tufa and hypertufa troughs. The owner's love of plants shows in her own gardens, on display for visitors to enjoy. Though they do not have a website that I could find, if you do a web search, it will turn up the photos taken by many enchanted visitors. Definitely an unusual find for this part of Indiana.
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