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There’s Always Room For More

Whether one plant or an entirely new bed, there’s always room for more in our landscape and there is still plenty of time to make some additions. Here are just Read more

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Gardening As Art

If you are an artist, want to be an artist or merely know what you like when you see it, here is a project for you that will put your Read more

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End of Season Landscape To Do List

End-of-Season Landscape To-Do List If you haven’t already done it, be sure to feed your lawn with Lawn Winterizer soon. Your lawn’s fall feeding is the most important meal of Read more

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Deliciously Beautiful Berry Plants

July 2015                                                     Deliciously Beautiful Berry Read more

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Hydrangea Information You Should Have

Spectacular flowers make the Hydrangea a landscape favorite. They are also a source of frustration for homeowners when they do not bloom. Improper pruning or winter damage is the primary Read more

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Guide for Planting a Wildflower Garden

by Karen Anderson First step? Plan ahead. Prepare your site by having the soil in that area tested to determine the pH. Proper pH will allow your wildflowers to absorb Read more

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Where There’s a Will There’s a Way

by Joyce Wedel  I really don’t like to consider myself handicapped, but — the truth of the matter is, I have now had three new knees, courtesy of a very Read more

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Instant Water Gardening

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Step-by-Step Planting Instructions for Trees

Be sure to plant your new tree or shrub in well-drained soil. Dig a hole that is twice the width of the ball or container. Dig the hole 2-3 inches Read more

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Product Spotlight: Monty’s Liquid Carbon Soil Conditioner

Introducing Time In A Bottle: Nature developed your soils by incorporating a cycle of life, death, and decay. Over time, these layers became your rich, fertile topsoil. Today, however, many Read more

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