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The Lazy Gardener: Self-Seeding
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By Anu Jameson
Home improvement tips from Networx.com, a website where real people give unpretentious home & garden advice and share their experiences so that you can deal with your own house with more fun and less anxiety. Look here for cheap and time-efficient ...
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Home improvement tips from Networx.com, a website where real people give unpretentious home & garden advice and share their experiences so that you can deal with your own house with more fun and less anxiety. Look here for cheap and time-efficient ideas (because we also don't have time to sew our own drapes), real stories about great, imperfect homes and gardens, and funny writers who don't take themselves too seriously.
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A dazzling array of self-seeders, including purple orach (center), one of my personal favorites. Photo: rebecca f/Flickr  We all know that perennial flowers will self-seed, keep growing, and come back again and again, making them great staples for the flower garden. But did you know that the same is true of many crops, as well? After all, plants are on a mission to perpetuate themselves, and while some have cleverly taken advantage of the fact that humans like to eat them so we do the work for them, others like to have a little insurance policy.  See full article.

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