The double-flowered white version of Lady Banks rose. Courtesy photo
The double-flowered yellow version of Lady Banks rose. Courtesy photo
Tomato Sungold is everyone's favorite cherry tomato! Courtesy photo
Pineapple is an heirloom variety with huge, red-blushed yellow fruit that is extra sweet. Courtesy photo
Sweet violets, much loved for their fragrance, are common lawn invaders in the older parts of town. After these showy winter blooms, the plant begins producing seed directly in the soil. Courtesy photo
Juliet is a prolific little plum tomato, excellent for salsa and sauce. Courtesy photo
he second photo shows typical infection after a couple of weeks. Prune out affected portions, cutting back all the way into healthy new wood. Courtesy photo
The first photo shows fireblight, a bacterial disease of apples, crabapples, pears, and related plants, killing a shoot about 24 hours after infection.

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