Late-To-Migrate Hummingbirds, Yellow Leaves, and Comparing Apples to Oranges

Are you wondering if the plant with yellow leaves will recover and turn green again? Have you ever wondered if we can indeed compare apples to oranges? And what plants are good for a slope in part sun? Ellen and C.L. discuss all of these, and C.L. tells a story about a late-to-migrate hummingbird.

:27 Plant Noob: When leaves turn yellow, are they likely to turn back to green again?
5:04 Eat/Drink/Grow: Comparing Apples to Oranges
8:18 Story: A late to migrate hummingbird.
16:34 Love Letters and Questions Sue wrote asking for recommendations for plants to hold soil on a slope that gets morning sun.

It’s not a great photo, since I was using my phone from a distance, but the arrow points to the hummingbird that was feeding on my late Salvia plants in mid-November.

Ellen likes sweet woodruff (Galium odoratum) as a groundcover for part shade.

CL loves Geranium macrorrhizum because it is weed-smothering.

Another fast-to-establish but not invasive groundcover that C.L. loves is Carex ‘Ice Dance.’

Let’s compare apples to oranges…

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