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With its distinctive peeling chalky-white bark, the white birch tree (Betula papyrifera) is a showpiece. However, there are birches of color, too.

The light shows created by fireflies have been fascinating mankind for ages.

Myrtle (Vinca spp.) is among the hardiest of evergreen ground covers, hardy to Zone 4 and growing as far north as Canada. It can be invasive in certain areas.

Growing your own popcorn is almost as much fun as eating it. Simply follow our tips below.

Moles have the potential to ruin your lush-green, meticulously manicured lawn. Chances are, you don't have anything nice to say about them, but beyond their digging, they provide some benefits. Read on to learn more.

Fertilizer is made up of distinct elements in different blends, labeled with numbers like 5-10-10, 10-10-10, and 10-6-4. Here is some information to take the guess work out of fertilizer and to provide your plants with the best possible food!

If misery loves company, then hay-fever sufferers should never have to be alone.

Weeds can be quite a nuisance in the garden, so here are some techniques for ridding your garden of these problematic plants.

Part of growing your own garden means that you will also be growing weeds at some point. Below is a list of common weeds and their descriptions so that you can identify the intruders in your garden. And note that some weeds (such as lamb’...

What is rust? This fungus affects a wide range of woody and herbaceous plants. Even though it rarely kills plants, it reduces a plant's health, vigor, and flower production.

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