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Latin:Glechoma hederacea Also Known As: Cat’s Foot, Gill-Go-By-Ground, Gill-Creep-By-Ground, Turnhoof, Alehoof, Haymaids, Tun Hoof, Gill Ale, Gill, Gill Hen, Hedge Maids, Jenny Run-ith Ground, Jill, Hayfole, Heihow, Heyhove, Devil’s Candlestick, Creeping Charlie, Field Balm, Lizzy-run-up-the-hedge, Robin-run-up-the-hedge Family:Lamiaceae Habitat and Description: … Continue reading →

Latin:Glechoma hederacea Also Known As: Cat’s Foot, Gill-Go-By-Ground, Gill-Creep-By-Ground, Turnhoof, Alehoof, Haymaids, Tun Hoof, Gill Ale, Gill, Gill Hen, Hedge Maids, Jenny Run-ith Ground, Jill, Hayfole, Heihow, Heyhove, Devil’s Candlestick, Creeping Charlie, Field Balm, Lizzy-run-up-the-hedge, Robin-run-up-the-hedge Family:Lamiaceae Habitat and Description: … Continue reading →

Rose shaped succulent called Greenovia dodrentalis

Rose shaped succulent called Greenovia dodrentalis

'Hidcote' Lavender Is Best Used as a Hedging Plant

'Hidcote' Lavender Is Best Used as a Hedging Plant

Coral vine (Antigonon leptopus): On lattice at side of front porch; full to part sun, plant spring or fall

Coral vine (Antigonon leptopus): On lattice at side of front porch; full to part sun, plant spring or fall

Bench to display patio plants.

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Bench to display patio plants.

Make your own sticky trap by smearing bright yellow index cards with Vaseline or Honey. Tape the card to a straw or chopstick and stick into the soil. Voila!

Solutions for Insect Pests on Houseplants

Make your own sticky trap by smearing bright yellow index cards with Vaseline or Honey. Tape the card to a straw or chopstick and stick into the soil. Voila!

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