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Tag Archives: perennial

Gardener’s Corner – How to Care for Camellia Japonica & Camellia Sasanquas

Feb

06

Camellias are perennial shrubs that usually bloom from fall to early spring. They do well in moderate climates, warm summers and mild winters are usually best. However if the…

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Native Plants: Soft Rush

Jan

23

Outside the Stein Gallery, staged around the Pines and beneath the Cypress is a large grouping of…

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Gardener’s Corner – How to Care for Pentas

Oct

25

Pentas, also known as the Star Flower, is a perennial plant that grows well in tropical regions. When other plants fade in Florida’s hot and humid summers, perennials like Pentas truly shine. These attractive plants produce…

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Gardener’s Corner – How to Care for Perennial Salvia

Oct

11

Salvia is both and an annual and perennial herb that can grow seasonally or year-round in warm climates. There are many different…

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What’s Blooming? Gloriosa Lily!

Apr

26

The Gloriosa Lily, also known as the flame lily, fire lily, or glory lily, is from the plant family of Colchicacea, and originates from…

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What’s Blooming? Tradescantia!

Apr

19

Tradescantia, also known as the “Spiderworts”, is a genus of perennials native to the New World from southern Canada south to northern Argentina. They are weakly upright to scrambling plants, growing to…

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