Seed-starting secrets? Early bloomers?

Springer, Lauren
February 1997
Garden Design;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p13
Question & Answer
The article presents questions and answers about gardening in the U.S. including a trick to grow perennials from seed, shrubs that grow flowers early for the spring and ways to find unusual plants for a rock garden. INSET: Plant Food..


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