Archive | June, 2015

Zulu with the white bat flower at Kauai Seascapes Nursery

The Unique and Magnificent White Bat Flower

There are a variety of adjectives to describe the Tacca Integrifolia White Bat Plant. Unusual, odd, bizarre, exquisite, and striking are among my favorites. One thing is for sure though, growers really like their bat flowers. Maybe its the way the flower looks like a bat in flight, or maybe its the enchanting whiskers that can […]

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Join Us and Millions of Others in Supporting National Pollinator Week June 15-21

Join Us and Millions of Others in Supporting National Pollinator Week June 15-21

June 15-21 is National Pollinator Week across the nation… Join the campaign to reach 1 million food and habitat sites for pollinators. Anyone can help. The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge is happening now! The Network is challenging farmers, gardeners, horticultural professionals, schools, and volunteers to help reach a million pollinator gardens over the next two […]

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8 Steps to Grow Your Own Container Garden

8 Steps to Grow Your Own Container Garden

  Fear of having a brown thumb? Well fear no more…Container gardening makes fresh herbs and veggies an easy-to-manage success. This is a great option for people with limited time or space but who still love and value the fresh flavors of the garden. What can I grow? Perennial herbs like rosemary, sage, thyme, garlic chives, lemongrass […]

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