Monthly Archives: May 2008

Hori Hori Knife

The Hori Hori Knife is one of the most popular gardening tools to be imported from Japan. Hori is a form of the verb horu, which means “to dig”. Although most people describe the Hori Hori Knife as a tool … Continue reading

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Seed regulations

Question: I’d like to ask you a question. Recently I ordered garden seeds from a licensed nursery in another state. These seeds came shipped in clear cellophane with no directions or instructions of any kind such as sun, shade, when … Continue reading

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Mystery Flower is a Columbine

Question: I’m trying to identify a flower. We live in Athens, Georgia (she’s about 20 minutes outside of Athens.) and this is something that has been in my friends yard since she moved into the house, and until this year … Continue reading

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