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Watering Methods for Indoor Plants
Watering is a major aspect of routine indoor plant care. Indoor gardeners short on time often streamline the process by using various automatic means.

A New World Edible Landscape
In designing an edible landscape, we can take many different approaches. One way is to mix and match the plants as we please. Another would be to create historically accurate landscapes from different historical eras, using appropriate plants.

Coping with Weed Problems in the Landscape
A weed is a plant that is out of place.

Things Plants Do
When we're caring for the plants in our landscape, it works out better if we realize they are capable of responding to threats in their environment.

Some Garden-Inspired Quilt Patterns
Gardeners who also quilt are often looking for garden-related projects. Here are reviews of several garden quilt patterns.

Folklore in the Landscape
Before humans invented alphabets, there were storytellers who transmitted the legends and traditions to each new generation. In our landscapes, garden folklore works much the same way.

Unusual Ground Covers
Among the lasting landscaping trends of the last several years is the de-emphasios on lawns. Instead, some of the areas normally planted in turfgrass are now used for other plants, such as ground covers.

Invasive Plants in the Landscape
Some plants behave much as thugs in the landscape.

The Lotus Vine and Other Annuals for Landscapes
Of the annual vines, the lotus vine and luffa are among some of the more intesting ones.

The Best Season
Fall really can be the best season in the landscape. I prefer it to spring because during the spring there is always such a rush to get everything done. And the vibrant colors of autumn are certainly as enjoyable as the early show of spring flowers.

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