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Frankincense Tree and its Use
Frankincense is one of the plants that are honored at Christmas.

Sheldon and Other Pears
Many kinds of pears are suitable for the fruit garden. The Sheldon and Shin Li Asian are highly recommended.

The Use of Mistletoe
Mistletoe is a common decoration during the Christmas season.

Shinseiki and Other Pears
Fruit trees deserve a place in the edible landscape. Here are profiles of the Shinseiki pear and others.

Annual Vines are Space Savers
Vertical garening is something we don´t always consider when we´re planning our landscapes. Making use of this dimension saves space, which is of particular importance for those with small gardens. It also adds visual interest to the landscape.

Louise Bonne of Jersey and Madeleine Pears
Many kinds of plants are suitable for the edible landscape. Pears, such as Madeleine, are a good choice.

Myths about Rosemary
Rosemary is among the most popular herbs. This is used for various purposes. Many myths are told about this plant.

Moonglow and Anjou Pears
The Moonglow and Anjou pears are delightful choices for the home orchard. Here are details on growing these two varieties.

Growing and Using Bay
Bay is a great plant for warm climates. This plant has many uses.

Seckel Pear
The Seckel is a unique highly lauded American pear.

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