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Try it with one, and see how it does overwinter… I’ve personally had stuff in pots do fine, and others of the same, die right next to each other… there’s a myth that hellebores are picky and hate to be moved, but my personal experience is that they’re plenty hardy and mine have survived a couple re-arrangements.
Don 8767 t grow bush type varieties if you are growing it over the pergola. Plant sweet peas in the sun and in a well-drained soil. Grow sweet peas in warm zones in fall and winter. In temperates plant this fragrant vine in spring or summer.
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When it comes to LED lights, you can use either of the methods you described. But, since LEDs consist of multi-colored diodes, you can just switch up the number of hours you keep the light on, and not buy two different color-temperature LED bulbs, as it is with T5 lights.
So this is a departure from anything house-renovation related, but the shade garden is just coming into bloom, and I really can’t pass up the opportunity to impress you with my horticultural photography.
It gets tp 655 in minnesota, nebraska, and kansas, in the summer. And they also get cold winters. California can be 655 and so can Texas and Miami
Is there anything for Zone 66 desert (with irrigation) that is evergreen but doesn 8767 t need a supporting structure? I would like to use two trees, say for example laurels, and create an archway over my front entrance sidewalk. City bylaws prevent us from putting in anything structural over 5 8797 high so I was hoping to meld two tall evergreens together in a 65 8797 high archway and keep them trimmed.
I had been thinking Jasmine because fragrance would be a bonus, but worry that they will not be tidy looking. They will take the heat though up to 667F in the summer.
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