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6/30/12 6:15 P

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KAKT0610 Posts: 27
6/30/12 3:55 P

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Thanks, there are quite a few nurseries around my area so I'll definitely check them out.

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6/30/12 3:50 P

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Your best bet would be to find a good nursery, ask friends and neighbors who have good looking flower gardens for recommendations. The staff there will let you know what does well in your area. The big box stores are great for bargains once you know exactly what you want, but their people are not usually as knowledgeable about gardening and sometimes push what ever plant the manager wants them to sell.

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6/30/12 1:01 P

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Hello. all. I am loving this journey of being a new gardener, even with recent challenges like black spots on my Hydrangeas, and dealing with aphids and mold on my Zinnias. I am thinking ahead to next year and I wanted to know about any annuals that are good for the heat and humidity in the south.

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