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Gardening For the Cure
Smooth leaf hydrangeas ( Hydrangea arborescens ) are adaptable native shrubs that flourish in many parts of the country. And breeders have given us a host of beautiful cultivars to choose from....
A Dangerous Book
Be forewarned. The minute you open The Gardener's Color Palette , you can kiss your savings account goodbye. Because once you get a look at the stunning photographs of flowers by Clive Nichols...
Anyone who gardens in the eastern U.S. is familiar with the Japanese beetle, that voracious consumer of just about anything green in the garden. It is one of the most destructive pests east of the...
A Helenium of a Different Color
Helenium, also known as sneezeweed, has long been a favorite for adding color to the late season garden. The daisy-like flowers with raised centers bloom in autumnal shades of orange, red, russet...
In the Garden
Seeds are an economical way to start a garden. There is something therapeutic about growing plants from seed. It is an act of hope and faith to drop a small, dry apparently lifeless bit of plant material in the soil with the vision of a harvest to come....
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International Seed Saving Institute Vegetable gardeners wanting to try their hand at saving their own seeds will find International...
Clever Gardening Technique
Screened Compost for Seeds A great technique for providing a light covering for seeds is to use a finely screened compost. I...
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- Plant Heat Tolerant Bedding Plants
- Prevent Blossom End Rot
- Prune Spring Blooming Shrubs
- Keep Roses Tidy And Productive
- Avoid Weed Killer Damage