How to Germinate Peonies

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Peonies are large-headed, brightly colored flowers. They are a graceful addition to any yard, and in the fall, they produce large pods that are full of seeds. Peonies are perennial plants that return year after year, but if you would like some new plants to add to your garden or you would like to give…


How to Germinate Dogwood Cuttings

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The classic look of dogwood trees in bloom can brighten any sunny area of your landscaping with white and pink petals in spring while providing pockets of shade for your lawn and smaller plants through the summer and fall. While potted dogwood tree seedlings can often be found for sale in garden centers, if you…


How to Germinate Daylilies

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The daylily is available in a rainbow of colors, from delicate pastels to vibrant blends. Hardy plants, they are drought-tolerant, suitable for almost any landscape and can thrive in a range of climates. Most daylilies bloom for just one day, though some nocturnal varieties bloom in the early evening and close the following morning. Daylilies…


How to Germinate Clivia

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Clivia is a genus that belongs to the amaryllis family, but the plant’s cultivation is far removed from the bulb-based amaryllis. Learning how to germinate your own clivia seeds is important: Because of the plant’s popularity, single plants may cost as much as $10,000 as of 2008, according to the University of Florida IFAS Extension.…


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