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And God said, “Let the earth put forth vegetation: plants yielding seed and fruit trees yielding fruit whose seed is in itself, each according to its kind, upon the earth.” And it was so.” Genesis 1:11 Amp.

Zinnia

Zip, Zing, Zinnia! If you’re looking to add a little pizazz to your Summer garden, the Zinnia just might be an answer to your prayers.  It’s extremely easy to grow, springs up quickly, and produces an abundance of long-lasting strikingly beautiful flowers. Although Zinnias will grow in most soils, this sun loving annual will thrive in a fertile well ...

Living Stone

The Living Stone is native to South Africa and is named for it’s stone-like appearance.  Blending well in it’s natural habitat of pebbles and rocks perfectly concealing itself from living creatures eager to quench their thirst with the stored water it obtains.  The Living Stone is also known as a Lithops, Split Rock, & Pebble Plant.  It comes in a variety of shapes ...

The Pansy

        Just when the summer color begins to fade away, in marches the Pansy to save the day.   This delightful little flower comes in a wide variety of gorgeous colors, does very well in cooler weather and can even tolerate a bit of snow.  Their smiling little faces are sure to ...

What’s That in the Bushes?

Oh, my—it looks like a LION’S TAIL! The Lion’s Tail roars into autumn, producing velvety orange flowers that resemble the tufted tail of the King of the Beasts. This shrub, which grows among the lions in its native home of South Africa, is as big and bold as its namesake and occasionally bites an ungloved hand. ...