African violets are pushing the envelope when it comes to colors and flower forms. Ruffles, anyone?
When I was a child, I was totally mesmerized by the intense colors of the African violets that seemed to bloom continuously on my grandmother’s windowsills. I would stare in wonder at those jewel-colored blooms surrounded by collars of fuzzy leaves, fully convinced that only experienced gardeners of my grandmother’s reputation could get plants to bloom so gloriously indoors.
“And good English has went.” That’s how it was. At least that’s how I remember it. I am, unfortunately, old enough to have ...
There’s a reason why tillandsias are called air plants. Just don’t call them airheads.
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Ted Nyquist’s rhododendrons light up his woodland wonderland.
Well, folks, you knew you were living on borrowed time. I didn’t realize it, but so was I. But when the FBI and Walt Disney …