September’s plant of the month is the Japanese Anemone.
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Drought is such a common gardening threat that it gets a lot of attention.
Driving around the county, I happen to notice a mysterious vine growing and covering trees, shrubs and other plants.
August is synonymous with abundance: tomatoes, ripen plump, and juicy bell peppers sweeten to sugary red; zinnias flaunt their crayon-colored blossoms, and the musky fragrance of cantaloupe wafts f
The tall, beautiful Iris, named after the Greek goddess who rode rainbows, comes in many magical colors. Every gardener wants this perennial.