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Tag Archives: poisonous plants

Gardener’s Corner: Nerium Oleander

Sep

06

The Nerium Oleander, also known as a Petite pink or dwarf oleander, is an evergreen shrub with a compact, rounded shape and pink blooms that…

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What’s Blooming? Oleander

Sep

08

There are few flowers that equal the oleander in beauty and usefulness. The oleander is a river-side plant, inhabiting mainly parts of Western Asia and Southern Europe, and is a good living plant, as it is born into mud, water, and warmth. They are large plants, growing anywhere from 6.6-20 feet in height, with stems […]

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What Blooming? Foxgloves!

Mar

31

These lovely flowers have a background that is amusing, industrious, and sometimes dangerous. The plant came by its name because of the location it grew and the myth it perpetuated.

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