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Kate Jerome

Kate Jerome is an enthusiastic gardener, freelance writer and instructor of horticulture and urban farming at Gateway Technical College. She has a master’s degree in ornamental horticulture from University of Wisconsin and is a newspaper and web columnist, and radio personality.



Stiff Bluestar
Amsonia rigida
by Barrett Wilson - posted 10/28/11

Stiff bluestar is an easy-to-grow, but underused, addition to the Pennsylvania garden. Native to open woodlands of the Gulf Coast region, stiff bluestar is much hardier (Zones 5 to 9) than its natural range suggests.   >> read article
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