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Gardening in the South – Extension Daily

Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree (Sat, 10 Dec 2016)
AUBURN, Ala.- Finding the perfect Christmas tree doesn’t have to be difficult. Christmastime, and the holiday season in general, can be a stressful time for many people. There are so many holiday parties to attend, presents to buy, meals to make and decorations to set out. Out of all the decorations this holiday season, finding ... The post Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree appeared first on Extension Daily.
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How to Care for a Fiddle-Leaf Fig Tree (Tue, 06 Dec 2016)
Auburn, Ala.- Named the “It” plant of the Design World by New York Times, the Fiddle-Leaf Fig Tree is among the newest trend in Home Décor. These dark green, relatively small trees, are being seen all over homes, office spaces, restaurants and retail shops. The post How to Care for a Fiddle-Leaf Fig Tree appeared first on Extension Daily.
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When to take the plants inside (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
AUBURN, Alabama — Fall is officially here and winter is on the horizon, which means it’s time to bring in those potted plants that have sojourned on the back porch all summer. Although, before doing so, there are some important steps to take in order to lessen the shock for your plants and to not ... The post When to take the plants inside appeared first on Extension Daily.
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Alabama Christmas Tree Farms (Sat, 03 Dec 2016)
AUBURN, Ala. – There are some families in Alabama where Christmas in July is not just a funny saying; it is a reality. For most families, Christmas only comes once a year, but for a select group of Alabama farmers, Christmas lasts all year long. The farmers who grow Christmas trees are surrounded by one of ... The post Alabama Christmas Tree Farms appeared first on Extension Daily.
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December is Primetime for Chinese Privet Control (Thu, 01 Dec 2016)
AUBURN, Ala. — Chinese privet is widely used as an ornamental throughout the Southeastern United States.  It was introduced to the U.S. from Southeast Asia in the early 1850s. . Chinese privet is a single to multi-stemmed shrub with dark green leaves that grow throughout the year. It produces thick clusters of small white flowers each spring.  Dark dark ... The post December is Primetime for Chinese Privet Control appeared first on Extension Daily.
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