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Week of December 18, 2023

Winterberry and red twig dogwood stems add a pop of color in the winter garden.Winterberry and red twig dogwood stems add a pop of color in the winter garden.

If rosemary came into the house in a pot for the winter, be sure to keep the soil moist and do not allow it to dry completely out. Rosemary will not survive drought-like conditions.

Happy Holidays! Did you get or do you plan to give any indoor plants or something for the garden next year?

Consider Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) for an alternative to grass for a small space. Its rich green foliage forms a solid mat and makes an excellent groundcover. Chamomile releases an herbal fragrance when stepped on or brushed against. Mowing or shearing occasionally is recommended. Roman chamomile thrives in full sun, planted in well-drained soil and is hardy in zones 4-9.


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