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Wild Petunia

 Wild Petunia  Wild Petunia does two things especially well.  Brand new cheerful, lavender-blue flared trumpets of Wild Petunia (Ruellia humilis) greet the dawn every morning in July and August.  The blossoms do indeed resemble the annual petunias with which we are all familiar, but our native petunias are smaller and not as flared.   In […]

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FALLEN  LEAVES PART II   A few weeks ago, a friend sent out an e-mail to a long list of people, asking what we could do to mitigate global warming in addition to the other things we had already done:  change our light bulbs, drive less, turn down the thermostat and the water heater, eat […]

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