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A GOOD START

Grow your own vegetable transplants Story by Rodney Wilson If you’re a gardener, you already know that vegetable transplants, or “starts,” are fairly inexpensive and widely available. One can, with minimal investment, purchase an entire season’s plot with ease and some expectation of success after transplanting the baby plants into the ground. I’ve absolutely done …

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DON’T CRY OVER SPILLED WINE

‘Spilled Wine’ weigela Story by Andrea Dee Spilled Wine weigela pours color and character into the landscape. Its magnificent magenta flowers carpet dark purple black wavy foliage from late spring into summer. The foliage holds its vivid color through summer into fall, contrasting nicely with companion chartreuse- and dark-green-leafed shrubs. Similar to other weigelas, hummingbirds …

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