Monthly Archives: October 2013

And the Battle Continues

Here we are, late October going into early November in zone6B. The milder weather of Autumn has been battling the cooler weather of early Winter, on and off… and more often than not, the cooler weather is winning now.  Eventually, … Continue reading

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It REALLY works!

Ok… so I’ve been on this road of discovery this growing season.  I’ve learned a couple of things. First, don’t “scalp” your plants in early spring, as it really sets them back.  Second… just because they are carnivorous, doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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Wabbit Season! Duck Season!… Leuco Season!!!

This sequence from Looney Tunes has to be one of the most clever ever written…. However, it is not Duck season, or Wabbit Season!  It’s lueco Season!!! Sarracenia leucophylla is, in my opinion, the most striking and one of the … Continue reading

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