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    ANSWER? Black-Eyed Susans! Black Eyed Susans are very easy to grow. They like full sun, 6 or more hours per day. They don’t need to be pruned or fertilized. In the Spring, just remove dead foliage/leaves. Due to their bright yellow leaves and dark brown seedheads, they are very showy plants. They attract […]

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Why Move A Plant? There are many reasons for moving a plant. It may have outgrown it’s location. It may need more or less sun than it receives in it’s current location. Whatever the reason, the degree of difficulty depends on the size of the plant. How to Move A Plant For small plants, such […]