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calla lily
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clematis
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coreopsis
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think pink
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windin' vines

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The general rule of thumb is...

...shipments are timed to arrive when they should be planted, so get out the shovel ASAP
...before planting loosen the soil in the area and add peat moss. if necessary.
...all plants should be watered thoroughly after planting
...plants should be keep evenly moist during the first several weeks of the growing season.
...most plants undergo stress when they dry out to the point of wilt, they usually will come back after watering but wilting does set them back
...fertilizer is usually not necessary when your plants first start growing
...fertilize is necessary after plants become established
...any organic fertilize is the best choice follow the directions on the package
...removing spent flowers it a good practice, it allows the plants to put its energy back into producing new flowers
...when planting container plants be sure to plant them at the same depth; not too shallow, not to deep!
usually you can determine the depth a bulb, root, or tuber should be planted at by the height it will grow to; taller plants like lilies and dahlias need to be planted about 6" deep; on the other hand, shorter growing plants, such as; begonias and caladium should be planted about 2"deep.
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