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Viola 'Etain' is a gorgeous perennial that starts blooming in May and is still flowering in mid October. It's about 6 inches tall, makes a good ground cover, and is hardy in USDA zones 4 to 8. ... See MoreSee Less

Viola Etain is a gorgeous perennial that starts blooming in May and is still flowering in mid October. Its about 6 inches tall, makes a good ground cover, and is hardy in USDA zones 4 to 8.

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Anne SickingerI love violas! More than pansies!

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New England asters light up dull autumn days, especially when combined with yellow, like these yellow chrysanthemums. The aster is Symphyotrichum novae- angliae, native to Eastern North America and winter hardy in USDA zones 4 through 8. ... See MoreSee Less

New England asters light up dull autumn days, especially when combined with yellow, like these yellow chrysanthemums. The aster is  Symphyotrichum novae- angliae, native to Eastern North America and winter hardy in USDA zones 4 through 8.

Some of my favorite garden plants of all time are the fabulous Heuchera hybrids from Terra Nova Nurseries. Foliage color is black in 'Obsidian', chartreuse in 'Lime Ricky', and Amber in 'Amber Waves' with many other colors and blends. Plants are evergreen in our climate, keeping their color all year. ... See MoreSee Less

Some of my favorite garden plants of all time are the fabulous Heuchera hybrids from Terra Nova Nurseries. Foliage color is black in Obsidian, chartreuse in Lime Ricky, and Amber in Amber Waves with many other colors and blends. Plants are evergreen in our climate, keeping their color all year.

It's mid-October and Lewisia cotyledon still has a few flowers after months of bloom. Native to the Siskiyou mountains it's an easy care perennial with succulent leaves. Flowers are borne in large clusters all season long. ... See MoreSee Less

Its mid-October and Lewisia cotyledon still has a few flowers after months of bloom. Native to the Siskiyou mountains its an easy care perennial with succulent leaves. Flowers are borne in large clusters all season long.

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Karl ChildersAre those spider mites ? I tried every organic solution I could find and all that hippie shit did was piss them off !! In the end I had to buy a chemical for 80 bucks for about 4 drops , stuff was like chemical napalm and even that didn't totally eliminate them , only controlled them

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Justin BarnabyWhat's the name of the books series ? And it's on amazon?

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