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San Diego Floral Association
Floral Stories

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Daylily

Durable, Delightful Daylilies
Update your garden with an old-time favorite
By Aenne Carter

May/June 2009, Volume 100, Number 3

Tomato

Vegetables: The New Revolution
How-to grow the food you eat
By Lucy Warren

March/April 2009, Volume 100, Number 2

Agaves

Fabulous Fungi
Neglected natives help your garden thrive and more
By Lucy Warren

January/February 2009, Volume 100, Number 1

Agaves

Agaves for Your Garden
Use these sculptural succulents as focal points
and in containers

By Debra Lee Baldwin

September/October 2008, Volume 99, Number 5

Treehopper

Delightful Dahlia
Become an instant expert with hands-on growing advice and official dahlia basics
By Sharon Tooley

July/August 2008, Volume 99, Number 4

Treehopper

Enchanting Epiphyllums
Easy to Grow and Impossible to Ignore
By Sandra Chapin

May/June 2008, Volume 99, Number 3

Treehopper

The Good, The Bad and The Stinky
A Profile of Orchids and Their Myriad Fragrance
By Christopher Croom

March/April 2008, Volume 99, Number 2
Treehopper
Growing Camellias in Southern California
By Dorothy Carroll

January/February 2008, Volume 99, Number 1

 

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