National News - From NGA Editors
Pick a Perfect Pumpkin
Whether for fall decorating, delicious pies, or Halloween Jack-'o-lanterns, October is pumpkin time. If you're growing your own, how do you know when your pumpkin is ready to pick? And if you're...
2013 American Garden Award
All-America Selections has announced the winners of this year's American Garden Award, now in its fifth year. The 2013 American Garden Award featured four new flower varieties chosen by their...
Coping with the Emerald Ash Borer
The emerald ash borer (EAB) is a small insect that is causing some big problems. Accidentally introduced into the U.S., this Asian native is thought to have arrived in wooden packing materials...
The Impact of Climate Change on Colorful Fall Foliage
New England hillsides are beginning to blaze up in their much-anticipated seasonal display of reds, oranges, yellows. Unfortunately in the Northeast and other parts of the country, this autumnal...
In the Garden
Herbs are wonderful plants with a lot to offer our gardens and landscapes. Here in the South, we can grow many wonderful herbs. In addition to their many culinary (and medicinal) benefits, herbs can be absolutely beautiful.
The red blooms of...
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Herbs The folks at Clemson University Extension in South Carolina have put together Herbs , a site...
Southern Herb Growing A superior reference on growing herbs in the South is Southern Herb Growing, by Madeline Hill...
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- Force Bulbs Indoors
- Select Fall Foliage Ornamentals