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The reproductive organs of most garden plants.

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I have an oriental poppy 'Patty's Plum' growing in new potting compost in a pot with good drainage. It sits in full sun, and I water it as needed in the recent dry weather. I purchased it from a nur …
asked Jun 11 '11 by Shanna
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In future, you could use a tomato cage to support your flowers. Place the cage before your peony starts putting out new growth in the spring and as the stems elongate, pull the leaves and flower …
answered Jun 18 '11 by Shanna
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Inspect your flowers before bringing them inside; if you see insects on them, give them a gentle shake or dislodge the critters by hand with something like a small, soft paintbrush. Another option is … to cut the flowers in the early morning and let them sit in a bucket of water outside in the shade for a few hours before bringing them inside; the insects will often leave on their own. I've been …
answered Jun 18 '11 by Shanna
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The first thing to do is dig out your tulip bulbs and have a look at them. If they appear slimy, feel soft, or smell bad, they rotted in the pot. This would most likely be a result of poor drainage d …
answered Jun 18 '11 by Shanna