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Landscapes for Life
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...
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,...
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...
In the Garden
Fall is a great time to move perennials in the landscape. If you have large clumps of perennial flowers or grasses that need dividing or want to share some plants with a friend once a frost has shut things down, go ahead and dig them.
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Transplanting Established Trees & Shrubs Clemson Cooperative Extension offers a superb online resource, Transplanting Established Trees...
Clever Gardening Technique
Putting Plants "On Hold" If you need to move a plant now but have no place to plant it right away, you can put it "on...
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- Plant Perennial Herbs
- Purchase Bulbs for Forcing Indoors
- Prepare Soil Now for the Spring Garden
- Fall Strawberry Planting In the South
- Harvest Tomatoes and Peppers Before First Fall Frost