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Watch For The Argentine Tegu!

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Watch For The Argentine Tegu!

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources wants us to look out for the Argentine Black and White Tegu. I received the following notice today by email.

"Argentine black and white tegus are big South American lizards that are popular in the pet trade but trouble when released in the wild. Tegus have been causing problems in Florida for years."

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"Watch For Cottony Cushion Scales"

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"Watch For Cottony Cushion Scales"

NC State Extension has published a very helpful article about Cottony Cushion Scales" by Steven Frank.

"Cottony cushion scale is an exotic pest that has been in the US for over a century. 

Since many of the plants it feeds upon are popular ornamentals - perhaps even in your own garden - you'll definitely want to read more...

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2019 Year Of The Snapdragon

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2019 Year Of The Snapdragon
National Garden Bureau Announces 2019 - The Year Of The Snapdragon. This is what I've been waiting for. Snapdragon - an old-time favorite - is getting some well-deserved recognition.

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2019 Year of the Dahlia

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2019 Year of the Dahlia
The National Garden Bureau announces 2019 as Year of the Dahlia! Every flower has its following of fans, and the dahlia certainly has its share.

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2019 Winner - Nasturtium Baby Rose

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2019 Winner - Nasturtium Baby Rose

Here it is! Great news straight from All-America Selections.

Exciting news! The last nasturtium AAS Winner was back in the early days, in the 1930’s. Now it’s time to introduce a wonderful rose colored nasturtium perfect for today’s gardens. Baby Rose...

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