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Peas are not difficult to grow. Once they come up, they exhibit terrific growth spurts and can make a lovely wall of green through the garden.
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Planting Tools and Techniques
For a successful planting season, here are some tips on planting tools and proper techniques from...
Sunflowers: Smiling Faces for Sunny Places
The smiling faces of sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) growing in your yard are sure to brighten up...
Flowers: Annuals and Perennials to Start Indoors
Below is a list of annuals and perennials that can be started indoors by seed. Note: not all...
Growing Roses: Tips and Advice
Growing roses can be difficult; in fact, a truly “easy” rose doesn’t really exist outside our...
The History of Roses: Living Legends
Roses, besides being magnificent flowers, have a long history. Roses’ links to antiquity are...
Lily Flowers: Will the Real Lily Please Stand Up?
Lily flowers are magnificent plants that command attention wherever they are planted. Add some...
Watering Devices: Do It Yourself!
Keep your garden green with these do-it-yourself watering devices. For tomatoes and peppers: 1....
Carrots love sandy soil. Add well-rotted manure to improve soil texture and increase nutrients....
When is Soil Ready for Planting?
When is your garden soil ready for planting? Here are some tips from The Old Farmer's Almanac....
Coping with Drought
Drought is a pervasive problem in the United States and Canada. In addition, did you know that one-...
Lichens are an amazing group of plants that could be the oldest living things on Earth. Their...
African Violets: Fusspots
African Violets are stunning tropical plants whose flowers resemble violets in color and shape....
Care of Tropical Bulbs
Here are a few important tips on how to care for tropical bulbs from The Old Farmer's Almanac...
Best Bulbs for Naturalizing
When you shop for bulbs, you’ll see some labeled as “good for naturalizing.” This means that they...
Best Berries to Grow in Your Garden
Here’s a great chart listing the best berries to grow in your garden by region and by variety of...
Weed Control: How to Reduce Weeds in Your Garden
Here are tips on how to control weeds in your garden—and recommended treatments for different types...
Manure creates nutrient-rich, moisture-retaining soil for your plants. The most common sources of...
Plants for Fall Color
Add an extra season of interest with fall-blooming flowers, colorful shrubs, and other plants that...
Ground Cover Choices
A baffling problem for many gardeners is what to grow in hot, dry, or gravelly areas that are too...
If you are looking for an attractive ornamental tree for your yard, there are the old standbys like...