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My take on Groundhog Day: the movie, meaning of the celebration, and the eternal woodchuck problem.
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Yes, I'm not sure what these trees are, but they're lovely. Ginkgo trees would produce a similar effect.
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When I was growing up, the only "green" people came from Mars.
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Sorry, Kathy, I'm unaware of such bunnies. Maybe it's a regional thing.
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Hybrid Tea roses were first developed in the 1860's. They are the most widely grown roses in the world today. Hybrid Tea Roses are one of the world's most popular types of roses due to their color and flower form. Their long stems make these roses popular as cut flowers. Today, I will recommend you a bi-color hybrid tea rose.

A bi-color with striking color contrast, this is a rose with strong form, sweet fragrance, and among the best disease resistance in its class. This hybrid tea rose will give your eyes hours of pleasure as it goes through its many color changes! The color is between the creamy light yellow inner petals and heavy pink margin. This head turner will also hold extremely well as a cut flower.

This lovely bi-color hybrid tea rose will make your life colorful, and so easy to get it on China-Plants.com
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Hybrid Tea roses were first developed in the 1860's. They are the most widely grown roses in the world today. Hybrid Tea Roses are one of the world's most popular types of roses due to their color and flower form. Their long stems make these roses popular as cut flowers. Today, I will recommend you a bi-color hybrid tea rose.

A bi-color with striking color contrast, this is a rose with strong form, sweet fragrance, and among the best disease resistance in its class. This hybrid tea rose will give your eyes hours of pleasure as it goes through its many color changes! The color is between the creamy light yellow inner petals and heavy pink margin. This head turner will also hold extremely well as a cut flower.

This lovely bi-color hybrid tea rose will make your life colorful, and so easy to get it on China-Plants.com
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Landscaping Ideas for Denizens of the Seaside (this one's a mailbox): http://landscaping.about.com/od/galleryoflandscapephotos/ig/Beach-Landscape/
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Thanks, +Catherine Stewart. A lot of those photos come from my trips along the Maine coast, which is one of my favorite places. Talk about a labor of love!
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Some people use hedge trimmers, while others use a #crane and #mower

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LOL, +Christine Moore.
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I write about all aspects of plants and landscaping.
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"Do what you love and you'll never work another day in your life." That describes my life right now, as a garden writer. I took a long and winding route to get here, but I finally made it. Tip for those trying to navigate this route in their own lives: keep the "Do what you love" part in the back of your mind all along the way, but don't think that it will come in the blink of an eye. That part is the end, not the means. Along the way, you will, in fact, have to do some things that you do not love.
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Happy people don't need to brag. Beware those who toot their own horn too much: it's their way of hiding an inadequacy.
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Four Seasons? How about 43!
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Tips for Shoveling Snow
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My picture of a snowfall on ornamental grass should remind you to be ready to shovel. Learn tips for shoveling snow here.

Qualities You Should Be Looking For In Landscapers
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We all want to increase the market values of our homes. Commercial buildings and even public areas such as parks can also use some aesthetic

Landscaping Maintenance: a Look Ahead
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I describe my feelings about landscaping maintenance over the course of 4 seasons.

Stars of My Yard: The Best of the Best
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Last year, from March through November, I blogged each month about select plants in my yard that delighted me the most for those particular

Picture of the Day: Batik German Iris
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View this picture of Batik German iris if you're looking for new perennial ideas. It's stunning!

Black Shamrocks
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With St. Patrick's Day on the way, perhaps the thought will soon occur to you that you could grow your own shamrocks. If so, you might consi

Picture of the Day: Tuberose Isn't a Rose at All
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Tuberose flowers are among the landscape's best smelling. Here's a picture so you'll know what they look like.