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Growing coleus and impatiens in a container

Impatiens and Coleus are annual flowers. Annual flowers are grown only for one season. They die with the first freeze of the fall.Coleus and Impatiens plants grow equally well in the ground and in pots. Placed together in a...
Impatiens and Coleus

Skinks like to eat crickets and roaches

While crawly creatures may not be on everyone’s list of favorite reptiles, the Southeastern Five-striped skink can be found around homes in humid climates. Their diet consists of live insects like crickets, roaches and spiders.The...
Skinks eat lots of insects

Carol T. Bradford: Dividing Perennials

The second session of plant division starts with the irises at the beginning of July. The rule for dividing perennials is to do early bloomers in late summer and late bloomers like asters and mums in the spring. There are...

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