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Wisteria

What is the climbing, blooming, fragrant, vining vine that we all look forward to seeing this time of year? It will twine and climb and sprawl over fences, arches and other things in your yard that you would love to hide. Yes, it is the wonderful wisteria.

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What says “spring” more than the purple blooms of an iris? The tall, beautiful iris is named after the Greek goddess who rode rainbows. She shows her spring glory in many colors but we all love that special purple of the goddess.

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Bonnie ‘B.L.’ Childers

The Jefferson County Horticultural Committee members welcome you to call and register for their T-Budding and Pecan Grafting Workshop. Grafting improves the quality of the pecans growing on a tree. The workshop is going to be led by none other than Bonnie Childers. Bonnie, or “B.L.,” could write a book on the subject. He is an extremely well-respected area gardening expert who has tackled this subject for years for the good folks of this community.

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The Prunus Mexicano is an elegant gorgeous tree more commonly known as the Mexican plum. And it is one of the first beautiful budding trees that we see in February and March. The Mexican plum tree reminds us that spring is just around the corner.

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Linda Franzo

Mark your calendar. Pack your bag. Find that pad that you take notes on and make it to the Thyme for Herbs Society event Wednesday, March 18. You will see the cars parked at the Tyrrell Park Garden Center, 6088 Babe Zaharias Drive, for the 10:30 a.m. class.

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