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Coral honeysuckle

Coral Honeysuckle
Lonicera sempervirens You can have hummingbirds sipping nectar, when you grow the tubular flowers of this showy native vine. Clusters of blooms appear in spring and continue for weeks. Each 1-2” flower blends coral, pink and yellow tones, fun to match with other flowers. The way the blue-green...

Pothos or Devil’s Ivy ‘Neon’

Scindapsus aureum or Epipremnum aureum ‘Neon’ The leaves of pothos ‘Neon’ make it a first-rate choice to add bright chartreuse green to a dark corner. Often confused with philodendron because they have similar heart shaped leaves, pothos is another easy-to-grow houseplant for folks with a black...

Winning the War on Mile-a-Minute and Kudzu

Kudzu Rice
Kudzu Barry Rice -, You lounge in the sun on your patio, surrounded by a mix of forest and meadow. Your favorite magazine drops from your fingers as you nod off in the pleasant afternoon warmth. Slowly waking from your nap an hour later, you move to stretch your arms. But...
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