Coastal and Tropical South
National News - From NGA Editors
Many of the plants we use as annuals in our summer gardens are not botanically true annuals. Instead they are tender perennials, plants that in warm enough climates would return year after year....
2011 Urban Tree of the Year
If you are looking for a medium-size tree that not only has eye-catching blossoms, but it tough and adaptable as well, you might want to consider the choice of the Society of Municipal Arborists...
Basket of Fire
Want some red-hot hanging baskets this summer? Try 'Basket of Fire', the first ornamental pepper that has been bred especially for hanging baskets. Growing about 10 inches tall and 14-18 inches...
Lawn Pesticide Facts and Figures
America's love affair with the lawn accounts for much of the pesticide exposure we and our children and pets receive to in our home environments. According to Beyond Pesticides, a national...
In the Garden
Somewhere between golf course perfection and a weedy patch of "mow what grows," there's a nice green lawn that works hard for your landscape.
Why Bother with Turf?
There's a movement to eliminate lawns or at least drastically reduce their size...
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Garden Rules Jayme Jenkins and Billie Brownell have distilled a world of garden smarts into their new book,...
Favorite or New Plant
Penta 'Stars and Stripes' Every list of plants for butterfly gardens includes pentas. They bloom in hot weather, are...
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- Prune Oleanders
- Control Gnats
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