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Potomac and Other Pears
Gardeners can choose form many kinds of pears. The following are highly recommended for the home orchard and edible landscape.

Beans of the New World
Several bean species are native to America. These are suitable for the edible landscape.

Some Highbush Blueberries
The highbush blueberries are highly popilar. Here are details on some well known varieties.

Mother's Day Gifts for 2013
When your mother is a gardener she loves to receive time and labor saving gardening items.

The Tea Plant
The tea plant is a species of camellia. Originally native to Asia, its origins are obscure.

Ugli Fruit and Pommelo
The Ugli fruiit and the pommelo are two unusual types of fruits. These are suitable for home gardens in warm climates.

Growing and Planting Blueberries
Blueberries thrive when their growing conditions are suitable.

The Chapin and Colette Pears
Home orchards are more popular than ever. Fruit trees are also a good choice for the home landscape. Here are profiles of some highly recommended pear varieties.

Sure Cures for the Winter Blahs
The cloudy, dismal, late winter days seem unusually cold. Seemingly lasting for weeks, they bring on the winter blahs.

Gardening Books Cure Winter Blahs
The hours fly when I'm reading a gardening magazine or a good gardening book. These are perfect cures for the late winter blahs.

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