In morning winter silence on a walk by the Missouri River, water that slowed before the Gavins Point Dam lies solid. The mile and a half or so across this lake is a panorama of frozen motion. Occasional booming echoes from some fissure, some crack in eight-inch or so layer as water from upstream presses … Continue reading
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Change of Season
First frost reminds us that change of season is underway. Some leaves have fallen and others are changing colors in this last half of October. A few houseplants return directly indoors. This potted camelia already began blooming outdoors under the magnolia tree where it spent the summer. Some other kinds of camelia will bloom later and are … Continue reading
It’s No Secret About Houseplants
Welcome to our weekly blog about plants of the USDA Zone 4 – 5a Northern Plains region and people who grow them.Today’s feature is about common houseplants. Houseplants that live at our house year to year tolerate simple care. Once a week each container is watered until water comes out the drain hole at the … Continue reading
Winter Care For Houseplants
Sonnie LaCombe, floral designer for Monta’s Framing & Florals in Yankton offers tips for houseplants in winter.