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[Image: Seeds]Use Seeds To Get Warm-season Bedding Plants Going
(Video 03/06/06) This a great time of the year to start warm-season bedding plants from seed -- to transplant into the garden later. Read the back of the seed package for directions. (Runtime: 1 minute 35 seconds)
[Image: Holly Hocks]Plant Holly Hocks Before They Bloom
(Video 2/13/06) Louisiana gardeners are accustomed to going to the nursery and buying plants already in bloom. Holly hocks should be planted well before they bloom. They need to be established to put on a good show. (Runtime 1 minute 24 seconds)
[Image: Spider Mites ]Control Spider Mites On Camellias
(Video 2/27/06) Camellias provide wonderful flowers in the late winter. Spider mites can be a problem on camellias. Mites are hard to see, but LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill says they can be controlled. (Runtime: 1 minute 30 seconds)
Louisiana Home Gardeners Can Grow A Variety Of Fruits
(Video 2/20/06) There are plenty of fruit trees, shrubs and vines that can grow in Louisiana landscapes. Late February and early March are ideal times to get them into the ground. (Runtime: 1 minute, 37 seconds)
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