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Our peaches are ripe! And so are our figs! Time to harvest and crank up our dehydrator. This peach cultivar is 'Frost' and it is highly resistant to peach leaf curl fungus disease (Taphrina deformans). Our climate favors this disease and peach trees that are not resistant are completely defoliated every spring. ... See MoreSee Less

Our peaches are ripe! And so are our figs! Time to harvest and crank up our dehydrator. This peach cultivar is Frost and it is highly resistant to peach leaf curl fungus disease (Taphrina deformans). Our climate favors this disease and peach trees that are not resistant are completely defoliated every spring.

Spider mites feeding on the leaves of your cannabis plants make these yellowish-white speckles. Spider mites can kill your plants. Control them with organic solutions. We recommend several safe non-toxic methods in our new book, What's Wrong With My Marijuana Plant? Available everywhere books are sold on August 29. ... See MoreSee Less

Spider mites feeding on the leaves of your cannabis plants make these yellowish-white speckles. Spider mites can kill your plants. Control them with organic solutions. We recommend several safe non-toxic methods in our new book, Whats Wrong With My Marijuana Plant? Available everywhere books are sold on August 29.

Agapanthus africanus is a glory in full bloom and plants are attractive even out of bloom with their broad strap-shaped foliage. It's winter hardy in USDA zones 8 through 10. Its a tender perennial with fleshy rhizomes and is easily grown in containers. ... See MoreSee Less

Agapanthus africanus is a glory in full bloom and plants are attractive even out of bloom with their broad strap-shaped foliage. Its winter hardy in USDA zones 8 through 10. Its a tender perennial with fleshy rhizomes and is easily grown in containers.

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Kathryn and DavidGood point, Barbara Nichols. They do need water.

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Barbara NicholsWon't really grow in zone 8-9 unless good summer water. Otherwise. It's a bust.

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This elegant flower blooms in a large pot in a neighbor's garden. It's fragrant, 2 to 3 feet tall, and sophisticated. It's Gladiolus murielae formerly known as Acidanthera bicolor. It grows from corns and is winter hardy in USDA zones 7 through 10. It has at least 5 common names in English, from peacock orchid to sword lily. ... See MoreSee Less

This elegant flower blooms in a large pot in a neighbors garden. Its fragrant, 2 to 3 feet tall, and sophisticated. Its Gladiolus murielae formerly known as Acidanthera bicolor. It grows from corns and is winter hardy in USDA zones 7 through 10. It has at least 5 common names in English, from peacock orchid to sword lily.

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Janet TaylorI planted these in a tub , and I love them. Must add more to the garden for next year

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Connie FinleyI have these in my garden and in containers. EASY to grow and delightfully fragrant.

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Anne SickingerAnother plant added to my "must have list"!

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Morgen BahurinskyWhat a lovely flowers Friday post. Have never see that flower before.

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Look what we got in the mail yesterday! A box full of advance copies of our latest book, and we wanted to share our good news with you. This is the fifth book in our series on organic gardening techniques. We dedicated this book to researchers, patients, and families who have the courage to discover more about this remarkable plant and to seek treatment for debilitating illnesses. ... See MoreSee Less

Look what we got in the mail  yesterday! A box full of advance copies of our latest book, and we wanted to share our good news with you. This is the fifth book in our series on organic gardening techniques. We dedicated this book to researchers, patients, and families who have the courage to discover more about this remarkable plant and to seek treatment for debilitating illnesses.

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Judy ShortPraying for you, Tiffani

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Wendy Kiang-SprayCongratulations!!

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Linda CahillCongrats!!!

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Ruth LaveryGod bless you

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Tiffani CartierThis is amazing guys as a current chemotherapy and radiation therapy patient sometimes this is the only thing to keep me from vomiting to the point of hospitalization

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