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Your National Gardening Association weekly news for March 25, 2017
Recently popular question and answer from our Q&A Archive: Dicots and Monocots
"Is a sweet pea a monocot or dicot? How can you determine if a plant is a monocot or a dicot?" - Click to read the answer
Articles you may enjoy:
Lamb's Ear: Growing and Caring For
"Lamb's Ears is a very hardy and strong-growing perennial, with thick white-wooly foliage, valued as a dense, low growing, spreading bedding plant in the landscape."
Daffodils- Spring Bulbs"The dependable, spring-flowering daffodil is a favorite for its long life and carefree, colorful blooms. Other common names include jonquil and narcissus."
"Peonies are renowned for their large, colorful, bowl-shaped, flowers and dark green foliage. Once established, these beauties are some of the longest-lived and most reliable garden plants."
"A classic cut flower, gladiolus produces tall flower spikes adorned with large, showy flowers. Often relegated to the cutting garden, gladiolus also suits the back of the border where the tall flowers can complement bushier plants."
Early Spring Bloomer- The Oriental Poppy
"Sporting huge, cup-shaped blooms in early summer, the Oriental poppy is the most striking of the perennial poppies, and the delicate, papery flowers belie the plant's hardiness and durability."
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