The Rudiments Of Roses
Don’t Shy Away From Growing Roses!
by Lea Brit

Truly there are varieties available for even the most timid or inexperienced gardeners. All roses require some attention, but numerous types are more self sufficient, thriving for years with minimal care.   >> read article
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Wildlife-Friendly Gardening
Helping Little Creatures So They Can Return the Favor
by Theresa Schrum

Ask any gardener what their definition is of a garden and you will get a different answer each time. For most of us, it’s a place of beauty, a place of serenity, somewhere to let out our frustrations, get some exercise or all of the above.   >> read article
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Joe-Pye Weed
by Daniel Keeley

Joe-Pye weed is one of my favorite perennials, even if the name is somewhat unfortunate and confusing! First of all, Joe-Pye weed is not a weed at all but rather a North American native perennial.   >> read article
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More Backyard Birds
Woody Plants That Attract Birds
by Thomas G. Barnes

As we transition to winter weather, we start waiting – we wait for bluebirds to brighten our days. We wait for robins, the harbingers of spring, to return. What to do? Perhaps you should think about planting some trees or shrubs.   >> read article
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Plant Your Bulbs in Turf!
by Erik Healy

Planting bulbs in turf is a great way to enhance your landscape and add a spark of interest to your lawn. Plantings can either be annual or perennial, and you can choose from a wide variety of bulbs.   >> read article
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The Basics of Bulb Planting
by Gerald Klingaman, Ph.D.

Gardeners are an optimistic lot, always planning for the future and dreaming about what is yet to come. Nowhere is this optimism more apparent than when we plant bulbs. In our mind’s eye, we see glorious displays of tulips and drifts of golden daffodils splashed across our gardens like so much spilled paint.   >> read article
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Mudcrete
Tips on Building an Attractive Retaining Wall
by Gerald Klingaman, Ph.D.

The only sunny, level piece of ground on our lot is in the front yard, next to the driveway. Despite my well-reasoned and insightful explanation of why my new greenhouse should go there, my wife vetoed the idea. So, the only other location ...   >> read article
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Home Grown Citrus
Grow Your Own Cold Hardy, Sweet Or Sour Fruit
by Jason Powell

Late fall and winter mean many things to us as gardeners. There are trees to be planted, catalogs to read, soil to be amended and if you are fortunate, oranges, lemons and kumquats to be eaten.   >> read article
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