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Spring has sprung. There is a flurry of activity everywhere. It's time to get to work. Anxious gardeners have waited long enough.
Hi Julie, We are building a new home and will likely be moving in July. I'd like to divide and move some of my favorite perennials with me. I know mid
Earth Day everyday is a current list of tips from creative people to help us all use less and conserve more of our precious resources.
Earth Day-2013 is on April 22. How are you going to celebrate? What can you do to make a difference?
Early Spring Photo Walk is a walk I took recently through farm fields, into nearby woods and back through my perennial gardens. Enjoy!
Woodland wildflowers are a way to decrease your gardening labors because once established this garden does not need as much help from you to thrive.
Spring Fever is when I use my energy to peruse my plant catalogs and make lists of new favorites. Check out my favorite catalogs.
My name is Jeanne Santamore. I live in northern NY and our growing season is not as long as I would like it, but I've solved my problem with the construction
I made a litterbug. Everything in it could be recycled, but I found it in the garbage. You can make your own litterbug, too! Use anything you can find
My family has many gardeners in several regions of our country. Read our stories and become a confident gardener yourself. Share your garden with us , too. We'd love to hear from you.
Herb gardens are economical, easy to have and start and useful for adding fresh flavor to all of your food. Here are some tips for starting your own herb garden.
A Tussie Mussie is a small nose gay of flowers and herbs. They're easy to make and even more fun to give.
Spring Photo Gallery 2013 will show you dramatically how slow spring is coming this year as compared to last. Check it out!
A yellow garden is a bright sunny space and with a combination of annuals, bulbs, and perrenials you can keepo it blooming all season.
Border gardens are everywhere and come in all kinds of styles. Her are some general guidelines to make the most of your own border garden.