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General Information

  • Instruction By Ron Vanderhoff
    Notes Plant Care by Ron Vanderhoff
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Plant Care Instruction

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    January
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    February
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    March
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    April
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    May
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    June
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    July
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    August
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    September
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    October
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    November
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
    December
    1. Special requirements

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.
  • Special requirements

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    January

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    February

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    March

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    April

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    May

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    June

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    July

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    August

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    September

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    October

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    November

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

    December

    This plant should not be planted in most parts of California and the Southwest, due to its propensity to escape from gardens and establish itself in natural habitats. In these habitats, this plant crowds out native vegetation and disrupts natural systems.

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