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How can some bulbs "plant" themselves? by Claytonia
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Erythronium americanum and E. album, native Yellow and White Trout Lily, form minuscule bulbs from seed,then send a sort of "foot" downward, which develops a thick spot that eventually fattens into another bulb, which repeats the process. ...
How can you make cut flowers last longer? by Claytonia
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When you go outdoors to cut flowers, take along a larger-than-you-expect-to-need container of fresh, very cold water that you've left on a shady porch overnight (to allow chemicals to evaporate, or at least dissipate a bit) to a depth that will ...

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Philadelphus, mock orange.
by LabourofLove - 6 hours ago
Thank you very much.
by billjacovina - 16 hours ago
No problem. Thank you Claytonia. I really like this site! Bill
by billjacovina - 16 hours ago
Aha! Contractile roots! How nice to have proper terminology for them. Thank you, Ripp! (Ignorance is NOT bliss. It's just ignorance.)
by Claytonia - 22 hours ago
You're quite right, it is indeed one of the Michaelmas daisies. I think it also may be one of the New England Asters. What do you think?
by Claytonia - 22 hours ago
Interesting, I never knew that some plants / trees could do this! I wonder if the same goes for Dahlias because some of mine came out of the ground during the rainy season and I never ...
by Vale - 1 day ago
Hey thanks a lot. I also confirmed they bring hollyhocks from a botany expert friend of mine. Have sowed the seeds too. It's ten days now no sprouts yet
by Sadikhussain - 1 day ago

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