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Creating Low Maintenance Landscapes
Here are some tips on creating low maintenance landscapes.

Fall Gardening Report for 2009
As we enter a new gardening season, this is a good time to take stock and review the gardening year.

Get Organized for Gardening
The cooler weather of fall renews our spirits. Fall is a perfect time to get organized and accomplish those unfinished garden projects.

Food Plant History Books
The more we know about plant history, the more interesting gardening becomes. Rich folklore surrounds our garden plants.

Plant Names Demystified
The same plant can be known by different common names in various areas of the country. That is where Latin names come in handy.

Some Great Gardening Books
Gardeners learn what works and what doesnīt by experience. However, we can benefit from the advice and experiences of others. Here are some books that will help.

Warm Climate Gardening Books
Hot summers bring challenging times to landscapes. Here are some books that can help gardeners in warm climates.

Craft Book Reviews for Gardeners
When gardenerīs arenīt busy in the garden, chances are theyīre planning landscape projects. When you need a break from gardening, indulge in some garden craft projects. Here are some books with wonderful project ideas.

Poisonous Plants
The term poisonous plants isnīt as simple as it seems. It might be more accurate to call them harmful or toxic.

Dealing with Poison Ivy and Poison Oak
Poison ivy and poison oak pose serious problems for some gardeners. While some people can touch the plants without getting a rash, others aren't so lucky.

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