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Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

The Creeping Phlox is a perennial native to the eastern portion of the United States. Also known as Phlox Stolonifera, Moss Phlox, Mountain Phlox, Star Rock Phlox, and Phlox Subulata, this mat-forming plant can be found in a variety of vibrant colors, including variations of white, blue, red, and even purple. It blooms between April and September each year.  The Appearance Of Creeping Phlox A member of the Polemoniaceae botanical family, the Creeping Phlox is a semi-evergreen favorite of many landscaping professionals. This plant provides a uniquely colored ground cover that brings a sense of boldness to any area. It is comprised of creeping stems that can grow up to two feet long. Its needle-like foliage is dark green and commonly referred to as mossy.  The Bloom Of The Creeping Phlox This herbaceous perennial has a sweet cannabis aroma and is in full bloom during summer and fall. Each flower has five flat petals and reaches a maximum width of around one inch. Each flower sports rounded lobes with distinctive notches. Its flowers tend to grow in clusters. This plant offers a stunning sweep of bright colors that resemble a moss-like carpet. This is a very hardy and low-maintenance plant breed. It's salt, drought, and even deer-resistant. Creeping Phlox In Your Landscaping This attractive perennial is ideally suited for bordering fronts, draping rock walls, and providing erosion control for disturbed slopes. It isn't prone to severe disease or pest infestation problems. Each mat will reach a height of between four and six inches tall. When in full bloom, this plant will attract various butterflies and bees.With an average growth rate, Creeping Phlox can quickly add a field of vibrant color to any garden. Placing multiple color variations next to one another will provide a sea of varying colors for any landscape. This genuinely unique plant will grow out to drape over any surface and take root even between the cracks in a rock wall. It's very versatile and can tolerate all different types of growing conditions.

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Trumpet Vine

Trumpet Vine

The Trumpet Vine, often called trumpet creeper, loves lean soil and drains well. This beautiful plant can grow up to 40 feet tall with a structure to climb on. It uses suckers produced by underground runners to attach itself to almost any surface. A single vine can spread to be more than 10 feet wide. Trumpet Vine's Captivating Leaves This plant produces beautiful leaves that are shiny, dark green on top, and dull green underneath. Each leaf, which can be up to 15 inches long, produces seven to ten 10-foot leaflets with serrated edges. The leaves turn yellow in the autumn. Where To Plant Trumpet Vine Plant Trumpet Vine in the full sun so that it produces flowers. The scarlet or orange flowers have a trumpet shape and can be up to 3 inches long. Blooms typically appear in the early summer and last until fall. If this plant does not get enough sun, it will still thrive but not produce flowers. After the flowers fade, the plant produces bean-like seedpods that can be up to 5 inches long. If left on the plant, these seedpods will eventually split open, releasing the seeds inside. If they land in the right spot, you can have another plant. Trumpet Vine Is Great For Ground Cover If left without a structure to climb, then the Trumpet Vine will use its suckers to spread across the ground. Using this vine as a ground cover can be very useful if you need to stop erosion. When left to crawl across the ground, the plant can also be very useful in camouflaging unsightly debris, such as a rock pile. Hardy Planting Zone- 3 to 9 Bloom Season (if any) - Summer Bloom Color – Orange, scarlet Height at Maturity –Up to 40 feet tall Soil Type Preferred- Lean well-drained soil Sun or Shade-Full sun

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Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper, scientifically known as Parthenocissus quinquefolia, is a remarkable and versatile woody vine native to eastern North America. This vibrant and attractive plant is celebrated for its aesthetic appeal and ecological significance. The Stunning Foliage And Leaves Of Virginia Creeper One of the most striking features of the plant is its lush foliage. Its leaves consist of five serrated leaflets, resembling the palm of a hand, hence its species name, "quinquefolia," which means "five-leaved." During the growing season, the leaves unfurl into a brilliant green, creating a dense and vibrant canopy. However, the true magic of the plant becomes evident in the fall. As autumn approaches, the leaves undergo a breathtaking transformation, turning into a kaleidoscope of vibrant reds, oranges, and purples. This dynamic display of colors makes it a favored option for adding a touch of grace to garden landscapes. Virginia Creeper Helps Support Local Wildlife Virginia Creeper is also valued for its role in supporting local wildlife. The dense foliage provides excellent bird cover and nesting sites, while its berries serve as a valuable food source for various avian species, including robins and waxwings. The plant also attracts numerous insects, making it an essential component of local ecosystems. Virginia Creeper Is Versatile Gardeners and homeowners often appreciate it for its versatility. It can be trained to climb walls, trellises, or arbors, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any structure. Its vigorous growth habit and ability to adapt to various soil types make it a low-maintenance garden addition. Furthermore, its rapid growth can quickly provide shade, making it an excellent choice for creating natural cooling in outdoor spaces. Virginia Creeper is a splendid vine that adds beauty and ecological benefits to its surroundings. With its stunning foliage, wildlife support, and landscaping versatility, it remains a cherished plant in gardens and natural settings across North America. Its vibrant presence and ecological significance make it a symbol of the looks and energy of the natural world.

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Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

Phlox subulata, commonly known as creeping phlox or moss phlox, is a low-growing perennial plant native to North America. This beautiful and hardy ground cover is a favorite among gardeners for its stunning carpet-like display of colorful flowers and its ability to thrive in various garden settings. They Love Lime And Sunshine They typically reach only 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm) and spread horizontally to form a dense mat of evergreen foliage. The leaves are small and needle-like and remain green throughout the year, providing an attractive ground cover even when the plant is not blooming. One of their most striking features is its profusion of star-shaped flowers that appear in spring. These flowers come in various vibrant colors, including pink, purple, blue, and white, creating a carpet of color that can be pretty breathtaking. The bloom can last several weeks, making it a standout in early spring gardens. Creeping Phlox Is A Very Versatile Plant Creeping Phlox is a versatile plant that thrives in various garden conditions. It likes full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. Once established, it is drought-tolerant, making it suitable for xeriscaping or rock gardens. This plant is also relatively low maintenance and requires minimal pruning or deadheading. Creeping Phlox Is Great For A Groundcover Gardeners often use them as ground cover to prevent soil erosion on slopes or to fill in gaps between rocks in rock gardens. Their low spreading habit makes them an excellent choice for edging along pathways or flower borders. In summary, Phlox subulata, or creeping phlox, is a charming and versatile perennial plant known for its vibrant springtime display of colorful flowers, evergreen foliage, and ability to thrive in various garden settings. Whether used as a ground cover, edging, or in rock gardens, this low-maintenance plant is a popular choice among garden enthusiasts for its beauty and adaptability.

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Bishop Weed

Bishop Weed

Bishop Weed has hardy leaves that are rich green with white markings. The white markings are on the border of the leaves, which are toothed. Some leaves on the plant are lobed into three sections, while others are complete. The leaves grow three to a stem. The flowers are white or blue. The Appearance of The Bishop Weed The Bishop Weed grows well over 1 ft tall, usually about 14 in. in height. The plant's flowering portion consists of countless tiny flowers that make up a fluffy bunch. The flowers do not have a particular fragrance but are notable for their beautiful appearance. They begin blooming blue or white blossoms in late Spring. Caring for The Bishop Weed This plant flourishes nicely in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 9. It requires well-draining soil, which can be of almost any pH and rocky, sandy, or rich in organic matter. The plant is very adaptable to the ground in which it is grown. The foliage takes over, so you don't have to worry about weeding because the leaves will block out any tiny weeds from growing beneath. Bishop Weed Landscaping Uses You can grow the plant in receptacles or straight in the soil. Because it is very adaptable, you can plant this plant in an area of landscaping that doesn't get too much sun. If, for some reason, you need to plan to plant it in an area that gets a lot of direct sun, you can do this, too. The value of the plant in landscaping is that it is versatile, so it can fill in gaps where other plants would have more specific needs. Bishop Weed is a versatile landscaping plant that adapts well to nearly any garden. Its flowers are breathtaking, so you may choose to plant it as the centerpiece of your garden. You may also use it as a border plant, planting many of them in a row next to one another so that they grow tall to create a privacy hedge.

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Vinca Minor

Vinca Minor

Vinca Minor is a dense groundcover that produces lovely blue flowers in the Spring and Summer. Its evergreen leaves are a deep, rich green color. It grows in mats about 3 to 6 inches high and will spread unchecked if given the chance. This Perennial Plant Is Very Low Maintenance It is easy to grow and has few natural diseases or pests. It's not too picky about the soil it's in but will do best with well-drained, moist soil. Its ease of cultivation and spreading tendency make it popular as a low-maintenance groundcover.  Vinca Minor is also known as Periwinkle, Myrtle, and Creeping Myrtle. It was given the Latin name Vinca, meaning to wind around, because its stems were used in wreath making. Minor refers to its leaves, which are smaller than those of its cousin, Vinca Major. Where To Find Vinca Minor It is native to southern and central Europe. Its original range extends from the Netherlands in the north to Portugal in the south and east to Turkey. Today, it is cultivated in many parts of the world. In the US, it is classified as being hardy in zones 3 through 8 and sometimes even further north. Where To Plant Vinca Minor Vinca Minor is best known for its lush, green foliage and flowers that bloom in spring and summer. The color depends upon the variety but can include blue, white, and pink. The USDA hardiness zones advised for this plant are 4 to 9, and it grows best in well-drained soils. When planted 4 to 6 inches apart, this plant will form a thick ground cover and be approximately 4 to 6 feet off the ground when fully mature.

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Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry

Partridge Berry, Mitchella repens, otherwise known as twinberry or pigeon plum, is a creeping perennial known for its beautiful pairs of white, cruciferous flowers and small red berries. The fruit that the plant produces is edible and, as the name suggests, is regularly eaten by partridges and other birds and animals. While the berries have relatively little flavor, they are reported to have some health benefits and have been used in Native American medicine. How To Grow Partridge Berry   It is native to the eastern United States and Canada and is most commonly found within forests, growing in places with limited sunlight or even in complete shade. The flowers tend to form around early spring or summer, and the fruit is known to last through the colder months into the following spring. Because of its hardiness in the cold and capacity to grow in shady areas, it is a perfect plant to grow in the winter. Propagating the plant, however, can be very difficult to do from seed, so most gardeners recommend using already established plants.  The Growth Of Partridge Berry   Partridge Berry grows low to the ground, generally reaching no taller than 2 inches, and grows well as a ground cover in shaded areas. It also produces vines that creep along the ground as it grows but will not climb. The leaves are rounded and grow to produce thick mats of a beautiful deep green. Once established, it needs relatively little maintenance but moisture to survive and can be sensitive to drought.  The Beautiful Colors Of Partridge Berry   The beautiful colors of Partridge Berry and its capacity to grow through the winter make it a must-have for those interested in keeping their yard or garden beautiful and productive year-round. Whether grown for berries, simply for aesthetics, or as a means of filling a shady area, it is a lovely addition to any landscape.

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English Ivy

English Ivy

English Ivy is a versatile and iconic plant known for its lush, trailing vines and distinctive lobed leaves. Native to Europe, this evergreen climber has become a popular ornamental plant worldwide due to its aesthetic appeal and adaptability. Knowledge About The English Ivy Appearance: It is characterized by its glossy, dark green leaves with a distinctive shape, often featuring three to five lobes. These leaves can vary in size and shape, and they cling to surfaces using aerial rootlets, allowing the plant to climb and cover walls, fences, and other structures. In the fall, the leaves can develop a reddish or purplish hue. Growth Habit: English Ivy exhibits a hearty growth habit, making it an excellent ground cover or a climbing vine. Given the right conditions, it can spread and cover large areas horizontally and vertically. Its growth rate can be both an advantage. Cultural Significance: It has historically held various symbolic and cultural meanings. In ancient Greece, it was associated with Dionysus, the god of wine and revelry, and was used to make wreaths worn by Bacchus's followers. Recently, it has been a symbol of academia and is often used as a decoration in academic settings, such as university campuses. Environmental Benefits Of English Ivy It provides several environmental benefits, including air purification by removing pollutants and carbon dioxide. Its dense growth also offers shelter and food for wildlife, such as birds and insects. English Ivy Preferences  Cultivation: It is relatively easy to grow and can thrive in various light conditions, from full sun to full shade. It prefers well-drained soil and benefits from pruning to maintain its shape. In summary, English ivy is a visually striking plant with a rich history and numerous practical uses. Its ability to adapt to different environments and its aesthetic appeal has solidified its place in gardens and cultural traditions, making it a beloved and enduring plant species.

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Bugleweed Plant

Bugleweed Plant

The Bugleweed is a herb-type herbaceous plant with colorful leaves that work great as a groundcover. It is a low-maintenance, perennial plant many gardeners prefer to use as a groundcover as they also provide a splash of color with their profuse blue flower spikes. The spikes shoot out approximately six inches during the spring.  The Beauty Of The Bugleweed Plant Bugleweed produces flowers throughout the summer and into the fall but is most stunning during the spring when it has been planted in mass. Some varieties of the plant feature variegated foliage and produce blooms in pink, white, or rose. These plants grow from six to nine inches in height and achieve a diameter of about the same.  Utilizing The Bugleweed Plant  These plants make terrific borders and look incredible when mixed with other perennial flowers along an edge. Some gardeners enjoy the eye-pleasing effect when planted along stepping stones or inside rock gardens. They make a great companion to the creeping Jenny in a shady part of a lawn.  Where To Plant Your Bugleweed Plant It will grow well in moist, fertile, well-drained soil but can tolerate clay and other less nutrient soils. The plant has a creeping tendency and should not be planted near areas where it cannot spread. Edging placed along a border where the plant should not go does well to stop the creeping. When the blooms have reached a deadhead stage, a lawn mower works well to remove them. The plant will propagate through its cuttings, by being divided, and its seeds. The division can be performed at any time of the season and should be done every two years, so it is manageable. Bugleweed is a hardy plant and is not susceptible to disease or pests. It may suffer from crown rot if grown in a hot and humid environment. It also could do better in areas with better air circulation.

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Running Cedar

Running Cedar

The aesthetically pleasing Running Cedar is an excellent addition to any lawn or garden. It is the perfect ground cover and is also environmentally friendly because it absorbs toxins. Hardy planting zones 4-9 provide the best growth potential. Also known by its scientific name, Diphasiastrum digitatum, it is part of the Lycopodiaceae family. This thick moss boasts a rich green appearance. It grows well in almost any environment and only needs minimal sunlight. Sprouting usually occurs between July and October. Running Cedar can be traced back over 410 million years and is known as one of the first identified vascular plants. It is found in eastern North America and Canada, then as far south as Florida. People who use parts of it should know that the spores are also highly flammable due to the oil content. Spores should be handled with great care. The Appearance Running Cedar It shoots straight up with horizontal stems ranging from 3 to 8 inches. The fan-shaped moss releases spores rather than seeds. Because it has no flowers, pollination is not required. Maintenance is easy. This moss needs very little to survive and thrive. It is also tolerant of drought, heat, and cold. It is excellent for preventing the spread of grass and other invasive weeds, so it can mix with other plants with no problem.  Running Cedar Only Needs To Be Planted Once This type of moss only needs to be planted once. Even in the worst conditions, they manage to grow back every year. They also keep your other plants in the garden safe and healthy by removing toxins in the soil.  Running Cedar Fights Soil Erosion Another great use for Running Cedar is preventing soil erosion. Specifically, in mining areas, the moss has worked wonders in extracting toxins and pollutants from the soil. The plant can also absorb about ten times its own weight, making it ideal for flood zones.

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Periwinkle Plant

Periwinkle Plant

The Periwinkle Plant is a small, somewhat dainty plant that grows over the ground. It's an ideal plant to consider if you're looking for something to fill in spaces in your flower beds while adding a little bit of color. The plant also has a light purple appearance. The underside of the flower is usually a bit darker, and the center of the flower is typically white. Leaves on the plant grow to about two inches in length when fully mature. The leaves are usually dark green and shiny, making them stand out among other plants you might have. The plant can reach heights of about six inches, making it an excellent option to have with plants like daffodils or tulips so that there is a range of heights in your garden. Growing Periwinkle Plant You'll find that it blooms in the spring months of March and April. They can also bloom again during the early fall months. The plant grows in various directions with long trailing as well as shoots that take root in the ground, leading to the plant covering a larger area of space. More significant types of plants grow faster. They typically have leaves about three inches long, with the petals about two inches across. Benefits Of Planting The Perennial A benefit of Periwinkle is that it only requires a little care to spread and grow. When the tip of the stem touches the ground, it usually begins to take root in that area. Aside from filling empty spaces in your flower gardens, it can help control erosion, especially on banks in your yard. It's also a beautiful plant as it cascades over flower boxes or hangs from flower baskets. Picking A Location To Plant Periwinkle Plant  The plant enjoys shady areas but can grow in sunny ones, making it ideal for almost any location. It doesn't need to be divided as often as others, which means that you can keep it in your garden for a longer period.

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Ajuga Reptans

Ajuga Reptans

Ajuga Reptans is a fast-growing member of the mint family. It is known to spread quickly enough via runners to become invasive in some areas. The reptans part of its Latin name means "to creep." It is a naturalized North American plant introduced from several places in Europe and Asia. Hardiness Zones of Ajuga Reptans Ajuga Reptans grow well in Hardiness Zones 3 through 10. They are susceptible to most dirt, though they prefer slightly acidic. Fully grown plants generally stand 6" to 8" high; flower stalks can grow to 12". Each plant may extend up to 12". They quickly form mats, especially in shaded areas beneath other trees and shrubs. The plant is hardy enough to grow beneath black walnut trees. Where To Plant Ajuga Reptans The plant's growth speed can be controlled by where it is planted. Plants in shadier areas tend to grow faster than those in sunnier regions. The plant is best planted in rock gardens, container-edged beds, or wide-open areas that need ground cover quickly. It lends itself well to erosion control. It should not be planted near any less hardy flowers at home, as it may choke them out. Dividing Ajuga Reptans They should be periodically divided and thinned, at minimum, every third year. They flower through the spring and summer, generally beginning in May or June. Pinching off runners helps with this, too. The flowers are blue, purple, or white, though there is at least one cultivar with pink flowers. Other cultivar strains have leaves that are multi-colored or variegated. Beyond thinning, the Ajuga Reptans is relatively low-maintenance. It needs no extra fertilizer and is worry-free against most garden pests. However, care should be taken in areas of high humidity to ensure properly drained soil and prevent southern rot. It is deer and rabbit-resistant.

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Wintercreeper Plants

Wintercreeper Plants

Winterberry shrubs, scientifically known as Euonymus fortunei, are versatile and attractive evergreen species often chosen for their ornamental value and ability to enhance a variety of landscapes and garden settings. One of the standout features of it is its dense, glossy foliage. These evergreen shrubs or groundcovers boast oval-shaped leaves that are usually dark green. Still, some varieties exhibit variegated patterns with shades of green and white, adding a touch of visual interest. The lush foliage provides a vibrant backdrop year-round, making them particularly popular in regions with mild winters. Winterberry Shrubs are admired for their adaptability to various growing conditions. They can succeed in the total sun and partisan shade, making them a universal choice for garden or landscape areas. These vigorous plants can accept various soil types, from well-draining to slightly clayey, & are drought-tolerant once established. Winterberry Shrub Are Weed-Killers Their versatility doesn't stop there; they can be used in many landscaping applications. They are often employed as groundcovers to provide a low-maintenance, weed-suppressing carpet of greenery. In addition, winter creepers are frequently utilized as climbing vines to cover walls, fences, and trellises, adding vertical interest and enhancing privacy in outdoor spaces. The Flowers Of Winterberry Shrub In the fall and early winter, some varieties of it produce small, inconspicuous flowers that give way to colorful berries. Depending on the cultivar, these berries can be pink, red, or orange. The berries can attract birds to your garden, contributing to local wildlife and biodiversity. Winterberry Shrub Maintenance Maintenance of the plant is relatively straightforward. Pruning can help shape them to your desired size and maintain their appearance. These evergreens are generally disease-resistant and not susceptible to many pests, making them an attractive choice for those seeking low-maintenance landscaping options. Winterberry Shrub are versatile evergreens known for their lush foliage, adaptability to various conditions, and suitability for various landscaping applications. Whether used as groundcovers, climbing vines, or for their year-round visual appeal, these plants bring beauty and greenery to gardens and landscapes, making them popular for enhancing outdoor spaces.

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Mitchella Repens

Mitchella Repens

Mitchella Repens is a native perennial ground cover that will add interest to that slightly attractive shady spot under the trees. It features a small, woody, trailing vine with 6 to 12-inch, thin, stringing stems. It is not a climber but spreads out on the ground. The stringers will root in node spots and continue to fill in the space nicely. Mitchella Repens Is An Evergreen Plant The leaves sport a lovely dark evergreen year-round. They are about half an inch wide and have light yellow leaf ribbing. Late in spring, little white flowers appear. The flowers will bloom in early summer. Mitchella Repens are loaded with scent and freshen up the whole yard. Later in the season, little red berries will appear to add even more interest. These berries will last all winter. They will invite a few woodland creatures and birds to visit, as they love to eat these berries. Mitchella Repens Does Great In Rich Soil And Shady Areas It thrives well in shady, rich organic soils. It is truly a winter show-off. The dark green leaves with their red berries look so festive. Although the seeds will sprout two years after maturing, the best way to plant this ground cover is from one-year-old cuttings. The Mitchella Repens Is Very Low-Maintenance Once Mitchella Repens is established and hardy, it is low maintenance and easy to control. They have abundant color and scent and are an excellent ground cover for shady spots in your landscaping. Check with your local garden supply or use the internet to research and ensure the plant will thrive in your shaded areas. When planted with this enchanting ground cover, the once dull, lifeless areas of your landscaping will look more like a festive party.

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Columbine Plant

Columbine Plant

Aquilegia canadensis, the columbine plant, is a herbaceous perennial plant of the family Ranunculaceae. It is commonly found along the Eastern side of the United States of America. It has a zoning scale that ranges from a 3 to an 8. Aquilegia Canadensis typically grows to a mature height of 2.00 feet to 3.00 feet with a spread of approximately 1.00 to 1.50 feet. Columbine Plant Has Stunning Blooms The columbine plant usually blooms in April through May, which would classify it as a spring bloomer. Aquilegia canadensis has a gorgeous drooping flower that has colors to match its spring bloom. It typically contains various shades of pink, yellow, and red, and each plant produces varying amounts of these colors. Maintaining The Columbine Plant When it comes to the sun, this plant requires part shade but, in some cases, can be full sun. It requires a medium water supply to survive, which is easy. The plant has a medium maintenance level with the varying necessary amount of sunlight and the moderate amount of water needed to stay alive. If you also enjoy the wildlife in your local area, the columbine plant is well known for attracting hummingbirds due to its high nectar content. The plant can tolerate droughts, dry soil, and a few animals, such as deer and rabbits. Overall, this plant is suitable for anyone who likes a challenge with their gardening and who enjoys seeing lighter colors in their landscape. Information Regarding The Columbine Plant Mature Plant Height: 2.00 to 3.00 feet Mature Plant Spread: 1.00 to 1.50 feet Blooming Season: April to May (Spring) Blooming Colors: Pink, red, and yellow Water Required: Medium levels required Sunlight Needed: Full to partial shade Zone level: 3 to 8 Tolerates: Drought, dry soil, some animals Experience Level: Medium level of experience

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