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Posts matching the tag "Periwinkle"

7 Steps to prevent and Stop Soil Erosion
Stop Soil Erosion with VinesSome use retaining walls to stop soil erosion, but one of the best ways to solve the problem is to prevent soil erosion with vines. Stabilize steep banks with these plants. They hold soil tight and anchor it together. Ivy grows densely around some soil types rooting along with the soil, [...]
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Periwinkle Groundcover Periwinkle Care guide to Grow
Sunday, April 3One of the popular groundcovers with a high tolerance for both sunny and shaded areas is Periwinkle or Vinca minor. It comes in varieties that produce blooms in shades of purple, blue or white, and in single or double blooms. The foliage may be shiny dark green and variegated in white or yellow. Many gardeners [...]
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Periwinkle is a color in the blue and violet family
Sunday, April 10Periwinkle is an excellent summer plant and it is quite easy to grow as long as you plant it at the right time. Some gardeners get frustrated to see it shrivel up and die if they plant it very early in the season. It is helpful to know that this plant is highly susceptible [...]
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