Gardening Articles: Edibles :: Herbs



By Holly Shimizu


Few plants have created more of a sensation among gardeners and herbalists in recent years than coneflower (Echinacea). Numerous studies, primarily from Germany, suggest...

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Stop Summer Pruning and Fertilizing

As temperatures rise, plant growth slows, so there's no need to continue fertilizing or pruning. Wait until temperatures cool before fertilizing and pruning again. Pruning trees and shrubs now can lead to sunburn from exposure to the hot sun.

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