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"Joseph, if you want to grow fabulous dahlias (not the low growing kind), they must be staked. What the hubby and I do is put in a tomato ladder and an 8 foot steel stake at the base of each plant at the time they are planted. We…"
"Thanks for your wonderful feedback, Joseph. We're still harvesting snow peas (2nd crop) and still have zinnias, begonias, mums, marigolds, cosmos, roses, lantanas, new guinea impatiens and perennial geraniums blooming.…"
"Yes, I'm surprised, too, Linda that we still have so many blooms at this time of year. But I think it is all going to come to an end in a few days. I saw on the long-term weather forecast that the temperature is supposed go below…"