Middle South

November, 2010
Regional Report

National News - From NGA Editors

Landscapes for Life

National News

Would you like to have your garden be more in tune with nature? Are you interested in designing a landscape that not only looks good, but can be maintained with sustainable practices? If so, you...

Homegrown Harvest

If you're looking for a food gardening book full of not only helpful information but plentiful- and gorgeous- instructional photos as well, look no further than this new offering from the American...

Take Two Cockroaches and Call Me in the Morning

Most gardeners know that, when it comes to the insect world, we have friends as well as enemies. While some insects cause problems for us in our gardens and homes, many more are beneficials,...

Nutrition News

Need more reasons to grow- and eat- lots of fruits and vegetables? How about keeping your bones strong? In an article in the November 2010 issue of Nutrition Action Health Letter , published by...

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In the Garden

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Making a Better Garden

It's been six weeks since my husband and I pulled up stakes and moved from the suburbs to what we hope is our "forever home" near downtown. Lucky for us, we're ahead of the game where the garden is concerned. Our new home, built nearly six decades...
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Resources

Shows & Events

South Carolina Botanical Garden Winter Gardening Workshop & Programs Learn about growing winter vegetables at the South Carolina Botanical Garden in Clemson with a...

Clever Gardening Technique

Build a Wildlife Condo If you're a wildlife-friendly gardener who's not alarmed by things that hop, wiggle and slither,...
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Regional Reminders

  • Prune Out Non-Variegated Foliage
  • Walk the Plank
  • Grow Winter Tomatoes
  • Pick an Ornament With Impact
  • Plant Edible Edging

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