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Old 27-01-2008, 04:04 PM
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Cool propagating perennials

I live in Charlotte and enjoy landscaping my residence, I have an associate degree in horticulture and a BA in landscape architecture so I thought some folks might be interested in increasing their landscape design by showing them, without having a green thumb, how easy it is to increase their plantings without visiting a garden center: http://propagatingperennials.blogspot.com

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