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Past Questions and Answers | February 2015


Question #1

Question:  I saved seeds from my Rose of sharron Bush last fall and planted them. They are growing and look great. will They go on and produce flowers and should I plant them outside this spring.

  Marcia Finley, Farber, MO

 

ANSWER:   Your shrub can be planted outside this spring. It will not bloom until the spring after it is planted outside.


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Keep that Parsley Coming

Parsley is a biennial, often grown as an annual. Plants prefer full sun, but will survive in partial shade.

Parsley can be picked fresh throughout the season, but for use in the winter, cut the leaves in the fall, and dry or freeze them.


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