Monthly Archives: December 2018

Sow There!: More to say about poinsettia, Dec. 28, 2018

Hydrangea, so beautiful, but don’t eat it. (Photo by Heather Hacking) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist December 28, 2018  As with most things, if you’re in doubt about whether something may kill you if ingested, don’t eat it. If you’re not sure … Continue reading

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Sow There! Making room for throwaway poinsettias and glitter, 12-21-18

    By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist December 21, 2018  For reasons that are not horticulturally obvious, the poinsettia has earned its place in our culture. The plant doesn’t like the weather this far north of the equator, and it shows. Soon … Continue reading

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Sow There! Hope for Big Al’s and indoor bulbs, Dec. 7, 2018

Hyacinth bulbs grow in vases of water Wednesday. The roots were impressive in early November, but now they’re a watery tangle of tender white tendrils. (Heather Hacking — Contributed) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist December 7, 2018 It seems like much more … Continue reading

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