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Gardening Articles

Container gardening with flowers is a great way to instantly introduce color, fragrance, and beauty into our lives. It makes flowers part of any landscape—even on a deck, patio, porch, or balcony. See our tips.

The classic example of happy companion plants is the legendary "three sisters"—corn, pole beans, and either pumpkins or squash. This trio is one of the easiest and most satisfying to grow.

Container gardening is an easy way to garden, especially when you lack yard space. Here are our recommendations on which vegetable varieties are container-friendly—and which container types are most suitable for each veggie.

To attract your birds to your garden or backyard, you need shrubs and plants that provide food and shelter.

With water becoming a scarce and costly commodity in some areas, many vegetable gardeners might wonder just how much water plants really need.

Plants drink their food. If your soil dries out, your plants will starve—or wilt. Take these steps to keep your garden moist and water wisely.

Here are tips on how to make cold frames for the garden.

Wildflowers make themselves at home when they're happily married to the soil and climatic conditions they've evolved in. When there is a suitable match of plant and growing conditions, it's easy.

Pruning trees and shrubs may be the most feared act in gardening. Using sharp metal objects to cut away life goes against our natural inclinations.

We all know that herbs make great companions in the garden and kitchen. Herbs also have a long history as a natural remedy—and many other more unusual uses, too! Read on. . .

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