• Posts Tagged ‘iris’

    Pretty propagating: How To Multiply your Plants

    by  • November 21, 2016 • Garden, How to

    Lamb's ears are easy reseeders

    Propagating plants in a Sierra foothill garden Propagating plants is making new plants from existing ones in your garden. Anyone can be a plant propagator with these easy, traditional and low-tech techniques that are perfect for our California foothills. It’s fun and economical, and you’ll be surprised to see how easy it is with these...

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    Barberry Blitz and Intriguing Iris

    by  • November 1, 2007 • Fall, Plant Profiles

    Nov 1st, 2007 I love the Fall color of the ‘Royal Cloak’ barberry, so determined to get more.  As a plant-collector type, it has been hard for me to buy more than one of anything, so bought 2 each(baby steps) of each kind and color. Berberis, ‘Rose Glow’, ‘Sunsation’, Red (Atropurpurea) and B. mentorensis,...

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    First Flower Beds

    by  • May 1, 2006 • Garden, landscaping

    We have lived here for 8 months and five of those in the new house. As far as the garden goes, the first big priority was to dispose of the huge piles of construction debris...our responsibility according to our contract with Western Homes.

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