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Going ‘Dutch’ with the ‘Dutchman’s pipe’ – By Vincent J. Zuzow

Going ‘Dutch’ for all of you young-ins out there in reader land was/is a term for paying your own way on a date.  This concept was invented by the male of the species for cheeping out on the cost of weekend fun, and sometimes even supported by the female of the species when she was [...]

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Who Doesn’t Need A Little ‘Exotic Love’? – By Paula Kraus

“Are you ready for some ‘Exotic Love’?”  WOW, look at all of the hands shoot up!  Well, let me rephrase that – “Are you ready for some ‘Exotic Love’ in your garden?” Okay, okay, everyone can put their hands down now.  ”How about a little Mini Lobata?” Great!  Now I know who the real gardeners [...]

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ASARINA – Climbing Snapdragon Vines – By Paula Kraus

If you’re looking for some eye candy for your Earthen Garden with varieties that love to bask in the heat of the sun, and some that can also dazzle you while they are ‘made in the shade’ – look no further than Asarina – aka climbing snapdragons. This annual beauty is a show-stopper.  A couple of [...]

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Creating ‘Mystery’ With a Climbing Garden! – By Vincent J. Zuzow

Climbing plants can create a mystery in your garden by building a vertical wall of greenery and blooms!

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