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NASTURTIUMS

Some plants like to be pampered. Others prefer a hands-off approach. Nasturtiums thrive on neglect. Just give them a sunny spot in poor, dry soil. These vivacious plants feel at home in hot color gardens. Numerous yellow, orange, and red flowering varieties are available. For other color schemes, soft pastels are available. In the…
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Dandelion

Dandelion are local to Europe and North America, but the two quite common varieties globally, T. officinale and T. erythrospermum, were presented from European countries and now distribute as wild blossoms. Both varieties are edible. The common name dandelion from France dent-de-lion, significance "lion's tooth" is given to associates of the genus.…
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Poison Ivy

Poison ivy is a toxic Asian and Northern United states blooming Plant that is well known for resulting in Urushiol-induced contact dermatitis, and scratchy, annoying, and sometimes agonizing allergy in most people who contact it. It is due to urushiol, a clear fluid substance in the plant's sap. Check Out: Vegetation Killer Guide to learn hoe to…
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