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Last week, we talked about the two white-flowered night-blooming plants known as moon flowers, in honor of the first moonwalk. One of them, devil’s trumpet ( Datura metel ), is closely related to today’s gardening column subject, the angel’s trumpet ( Brugmansia species).

I hope you have been enjoying the slightly cooler weather as well as the tasty watermelons and other summer produce of late July. Today we will talk about one of the many grassy weeds that often cross our path, bahiagrass (also known as highway grass).

Just what you wanted to hear now that it’s so hot and humid: time for some more yard work, if you have azaleas, that is. Yes, one of our favorite Southern spring-flowering shrubs benefits from a bit of pruning this time of year.

PercivalChristopher Evans, Jr.HARTSVILLE -- Funeral services for Percival Christopher "P. C." Evans, 94, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, …