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Plumbago Will Rock Your Equinox

If you’re looking for a plant to spice up the fall garden, try the late, great Plumbagos (Ceratostigma).  By “late, great” I don’t mean RIP, but rather blooming its head off when little else still is.  The electric blue flowers … Continue reading

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Geranium macrorrhizum ‘Bevan’s Variety’—Plant Fix

Many of my favorite plants aren’t looking like much right now.   That’s an understatement, really. Some appear downright horrendous—slimy stems collapsed onto tattered foliage and others, though they may be riding out the weather, have been ravaged by slugs.  An … Continue reading

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