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Kingwood Center Looking At Garden Superstitions

26 Jul , 2020  

By 1812Blockhouse

Do you have a lucky or an unlucky feeling while tending your flower beds?

Folklore and tales abound about gardening. It is said that that folklore often has a basis in fact, as odd as some might seem at first blush.

Planting a single garlic clove next to your roses, for instance, was thought to protect them from flying insects, especially pesky aphids. Then there are garden superstitions, from lucky four-leaf clovers to moon phase planting. More…

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