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Golden Trumpet Plant

The golden trumpet plant is a perennial vine of the Apocynaceae family. During the winter (in cooler climates), the golden trumpet should be brought into the house and grown as a houseplant, though it is difficult to grow as a houseplant because of its large size.DescriptionThe golden trumpet plant produces yellow flowers.
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How to Mulch Around Grape Vines

Grapes vines are generally hardy and tenacious garden plants, and the fruit can be used for fresh eating, juice, jelly and wine. While most grapes prefer hot climates, there are some varieties of grapes that can be grown as far north as Minnesota or Canada, although grapes in cold regions usually need winter protection like mulch.
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MTD 139 CC OHV Engine Specs

The Yard Machine Co. Thanks to MTD, Lawn Machine was able to continue making its walk-behind mowers and branch out into riding mowers as well. The11A-41MB029& 39;s 139 cc OHV engine has specs that help explain the success of the company.StartingThe engine of the MTD 138 CC OHV engine has an auto-choke that does not require priming.
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Other Regional Natural Reserves - Puglia

BarsentoRegional Natural Reserve under way of displacement Municipalities: Noci, Putignano (BA) The protected area involves a natural woodland formation of oak fragno (Quercus trojana), a typical species of the Balkan peninsula, which constitutes a dominant arboreal species in this part of the territory of the Province of Bari.
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What Are Some Good Tomatoes to Grow in Zone 5?

Wet tomato image by martin schmid from Fotolia.comUSDA Hardiness Zones tell you what plants will grow best in your particular climate, focusing mainly on how cold winters get in the area. This zone includes such diverse cities as Des Moines, Iowa; Providence, Rhode Island; Cleveland, Ohio; and Columbia, Missouri.
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Privet Disease

Privet Hedge at Night image by Gary Chorpenning from Fotolia.comFungal diseases and pests pose a significant threat to your privet plants (Ligustrum species), potentially causing severe cosmetic damage and decline. Privets will not consistently perform once infected, but with appropriate care and observation, you can avoid problems and maintain a healthy home garden.
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