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Word of the Week: Twine

twine [ twahyn ] verb: to ascend by clockwise or counterclockwise spiraling or coiling around a support
Climbing plants use different methods to support themselves as they grow: aerial (adventitious) roots, hold-fasts (adhesive discs), petioles (leafstalks), spines/thorns, tendrils, or stems that twine.
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Planning for the Red, White, and Blue: Part 2

Interested in planting your own red, white and blue garden to bloom this July? Enjoy this article by Mary Free that includes plants from the MGNV demonstration and other gardens on or around July 4 which are actually coloring the landscape red, white, and blue. Continue reading

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