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For the past 14 years, NGA has been delivering great gardening information to home gardeners across the country in our Regional Reports e-newsletters. We're proud to have been able to help...
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Tip of the Day

Control Scale on Houseplants

Scale is located along the leaves and stems of ficus, hibiscus, dracena and other woody houseplants. If their numbers are high, it can slowly kill your plants. Spray insecticidal soap on soft-shelled scale and horticultural oil on hard-shelled scale.

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Be Dark-Sky Friendly

In late fall and winter days not only get colder but shorter as well, making it more likely that our outdoor lights remain on for many hours. What effect does this artificial light, now and throughout the year, have…
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Gardener to Gardener

While the winter landscape may look bleak and barren to us, many plants offer a banquet of seeds, berries, and nuts to overwintering birds. Trees and shrubs also offer shelter from predators and winter weather. We can help our feathered friends make it through the cold months by making sure our cultivated landscapes include lots of the plants that provide food and cover. Check out our suggestions for ways to make your landscape bird-friendly in winter and throughout the year.
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