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The Pitahaya or Dragon Fruit Plant
Pitahaya is a type of cactus vine that features a woody, climbing stem.

History and Origins of Ginger
The origins of ginger are unclear for the plant no longer exists in the wild. It is believed to have originated in East India.

History of Celosias
Celosias have been widely grown annuals since the Colonial Era in America.

Pow Wow and Pink Poodle Echinaceas
Of the truly outstanding varieties of echinaceas, the Pow Wow Series and Pink Poodle are well worth growing.

Garden Catalog 2020 Roundup
Here is a look at additional garden catalogs with special items of interest.

Garden Catalogs 2020
The garden catalogs have been arriving since December or so. Here are some highlights that I noticed in checking out the catalogs.

Favorite Flowers Through the Ages
Nearly ten species of flowers have been in cultivation for two thousand years or more. Despite all the new plant introductions, these remain favorites.

Chief and China Town Celosias
Chief celosia and China Town celosias are two outstanding annuals for the landscape.

Primadonna and Ruby Giant Echinaceas
The Primadonna and Ruby Giant echinaceas deserve a spot in the garden. These are reliable, easy care varieties.

Grpwing the Common Pitahaya or Dragon Fruit
The common pitahaya or dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus) is the most widely grown of these woody cactus species. This is hardy to zone ten.

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