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Marianne Pin
8 days ago
Answered in 17 minutes
Maria Castro
Hi, Marianne. Since it is a shrub and doesn't grow very tall, it should be ideal for your smaller garden. You would only need to transplant it should the roots start to outgrow the pot it comes in. Let me know if I can help you find what you need! Here's my link Click here► make sure to click on “Become a client."
By Maria Castro
8 days ago
March 27th
This amazing product allows you to plant your tomatoes, peppers, and many other plants 2 or more months early, and keep things like herbs and spices growing late into the fall. We even keep things like Rosemary growing all Winter! It protects your plants from frost, even down to temperatures as low as 10 degrees. It will protect from cold winds, and even heavy snow and hail. Your plants will love you. By using the special physical properties of water, the Wallo'Water will provide over 900,000 calories of heat each night. The plant will have a warm summer-like growing environment during the early spring when it is normally too cold for a plant to survive let alone grow and thrive. The plant will not only be protected from frost, but even more importantly, it will be growing and thriving in the warm environment inside the Wallo'Water. Season extenders without water merely trap some of the daytime heat with a solid material surrounding the plant. The Wallo'Water does this too, but it also provides plenty of extra heat at night to protect the plant to as low and 10 degrees F. and to allow for growth when the temperature outside is below freezing. This heat is provided by the water freezing
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February 12th
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Ella Dorsey
January 3rd
Answered in 4 hours
Scott Tuttle
My research makes me believe there are 5 stands (96 leds per tube) and they are 80cm (approx 32 inch) in length each. Based on looking at pictures from other sites I don't think its possible to connect strands. On the lower side of the strand there does not appear to be any connectors to connect an additional strand in series. Hope that helps.
By Scott Tuttle
January 3rd
what planting zone is crape myrtle
June 12th, 2014
Answered in 12 hours
Kira  S
Hello Gail. Thank you for writing in. This is a very good question. I have searched this and found that they can survive through zone 5. For more information on this please contact the garden department at your local store. I hope this information helps.

Have a wonderful day.
By Kira S
June 12th, 2014
John Peterson
June 6th, 2014
Answered in 15 minutes
ShopYourWay Member
I am sorry we do not have the size of the flower. That item is sold by one of our market place vendors. Its sold by Hirts Gardens and suggest contacting them at 855-447-8742
for the size.
By ShopYourWay Member
June 6th, 2014
How to grow a indoor garden
April 8th, 2014
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April 8th, 2014
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trees and rocky soil
September 24th, 2013
Answered in 19 hours
Ron  Hawkins
Thanks for contacting mange my life about tree planting in the rocky soil. The very best selection would be native trees that you see already growing in the area you live. The key is to prepare a large enough hole that will support the tree until it can grow enough to maintain a good root system.


Here is a link that may provide you with additional information.

What trees to plant in rocky soil



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By Ron Hawkins
September 25th, 2013