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December 2010

Brown hellebores

Most hellebores will maintain their green foliage through winter. Though they often come through a mild winter unscathed, you’re likely to see some leaf dieback in colder zones.

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Tiger salamander

If you have salamanders around, you’ll probably never know it because they spend a lot of time in leaf litter and their underground burrows.

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Annual bluegrass

Annual bluegrass is one of the first grassy weeds you’ll spot in early spring. The seeds sprout in late summer or fall and can continue to grow through a mild winter.

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Cinnamon

Sometimes the remedy for what’s ailing your indoor plants is sitting in your own kitchen cupboard.

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