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Making It Grow Radio Minute
Making It Grow Minutes
Posted Mondays and Tuesdays - Saturdays, every two weeks

Gardening and horticulture news and tips, as well as agricultural information from Amanda McNulty, the host of SCETV's "Making It Grow" and Clemson University Extension Agent. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.

Making It Grow Minutes are produced by South Carolina Public Radio, in partnership with Clemson University's Extension Service.

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  • Bitter sneezeweed is a wide spread native plant — and staying with sneezing, there are lots of ideas about that.
  • Bitter sneezeweed was used as a type of dry snuff by some native populations to induce sneezing to drive out evil spirits or help clear head colds.
  • The side of the road flowers are making me pay more attention to soil types as I drive from St. Matthews to Sumter.
  • If you want a wildflower area in a place you can’t water, some of these sneezeweed cultivars would be perfect to use.
  • Like Rodney Dangerfield, some wildflowers can’t get a break.
  • Some native Crotalarias are the original larval food source for the ornate bella moth.