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Monday Melange: Giant Cane Bamboo
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Monday, 26 September 2016
Giant cane bamboo
Native to the southeastern US, giant cane is a bamboo that thrives in moister soils at a range of elevations within USDA zones 6 to 10.

 
Friday Five: Incredible Edible Cattails
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Friday, 23 September 2016
Cattail shoots
Itís probably not an alternative everyone will embrace, but eating cattail shoots, rhizomes, and even flower spikes in certainly an interesting and effective method of getting rid of them.

 
Thursday Techniques: Getting Rid of Wisteria Roots
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Thursday, 22 September 2016
Wisteria
Wisteria vines, along with a few others including passion fruit and trumpet vine are difficult, but not impossible to eradicate once established.

 
Wednesday What's New: Autumn and Chrysanthemums
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Wednesday, 21 September 2016
Chrysanthemums
Introduced during the colonial period, Chrysanthemums are one of the most popular fall flowers in the US.

 
Monday Melange: Green-and-Gold
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Monday, 19 September 2016
Green and gold flower
Green-and-gold is a pretty wildflower native to the woodlands of the eastern US that is an attractive groundcover in shady areas of the garden.

 
Friday Five: Stinky Plants
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Friday, 16 September 2016
Skunk Cabbage
Most of think of flowers and other plant parts as having a pleasant fragrance, and of course many of them do, but sometimes flowers can smell, well, rather stinky.

 
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