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Asters have long been favorites for the late-season garden. Their cheerful, star-shaped blossoms (the word ″aster″ is from the Greek for ″star″) in shades of white,...
Begonia 'Sparks Will Fly'
Garden impatiens has long been a favorite for adding color to shady spots in the annual garden. But a new disease threat, downy mildew of impatiens, has caused widespread devastation of this plant...
Math in the Garden
We all know plants are amazing organisms, but did you know that some of them have done their math homework as well? Remember back in the dim reaches of high school math class learning about...
If you like to be up to the minute with your garden news, you'll be glad to learn that All-America Selections has just announced the first of its award winners for 2014! Vegetable Award...
In the Garden
We're finally tasting the treasures we've worked so hard to grow in the garden. Now that you have the choice of when to harvest, let it be at the perfect moment of ripeness. This is the real payoff to growing your own. You'll bite right into that...
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Shows & Events
Succulents Simplified Seminar and Book Signing with Debra Lee Baldwin On July 27, from 9-10 am, popular author and speaker, Debra Lee Baldwin, celebrates the release...
Clever Gardening Technique
Sandwich for Outdoor Drying Make a "sandwich" rack for drying fruit outdoors. Place a second rack on top of the fruit, and...
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- Keep Tomatoes Watered
- Pamper Melons
- Paint Tree Trunks
- Cut Back Bloomers
- Water and Fertilize Regularly