NGA Articles: (NGM FEB 2010) Gardening 411

(NGM FEB 2010) Gardening 411

By: Michael Metallo

South Burlington, VT (February 18, 2010) – National Gardening Association (NGA) wants you to think SPRING — NATIONAL GARDEN MONTH® (NGM) 2010 is around the corner and for many the spring planting season has begun in earnest! Our MARCH STORYLINE helps gardeners of all experience levels prepare for this month-long garden party each April.

Knowledge is a gardener's best tool. With knowledge and a few good resources you'll be able to troubleshoot problems and come up with great solutions that cover all aspects of your yard and garden. Fortunately, we live in the information age and thanks to the Internet, TV, radio, and books; we have more access to more information than ever before. But with so many resources available, how do we recognize the best gardening advice and the most reliable sources of information?

No matter how long you've been gardening, sooner or later you're going to run into a problem that you can't figure out alone. Where do you turn for help? Here are some great sources of gardening information — beyond traditional books and TV shows
— that can help to turn a potentially disastrous problem into a successful solution.

For the complete March storyline, and to download a photo, visit www.nationalgardenmonth.org.



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