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Part I-Year of the Dianthus
2004 is Year of the Dianthus. Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects a flower for this special honor. This article is Part I of a two part series on these wonderful plants.
Tips To Keep Your Landscape In Shape During The Dog Days Of Summer
With a little planning, your garden can look great through the dog days of summer.
Gardening During a Drought
Thus far this growing season, the eastern U.S. has received ample rain. Not so in the West where they are experiencing the sixth year of drought.
Choosing Landscape Plants
Nip plant problems in the bud. The easiest way to do that is to choose your plants with care. Choose low-maintenance, disease and pest-resistant varieties.
Downsizing the Garden
Houses are growing in size, leaving less space for the landscape. With a little thought, even the smallest space can become a pleasing garden.
A Soothing Garden: The Final Segment
This is the last article in a three part series on soothing gardens. Part I was on Japanese gardens, while the last two are on fragrance gardens.
A Soothing Garden Part 2
This is part two of a three part series on soothing gardens. Part I was on Japanese gardens, while Parts II and III are on relaxing fragrant gardens.
A Soothing Garden
This is part one of a three part series on soothing gardens. Part I deals with Japanese gardens, while the last two are on relaxing fragrance gardens.
Those with gardens have an abundance of cut flowers. So many kinds of blooms are suitable for summer bouquets.
For Halloween, gardeners are looking for spooky plants. What can be more spooktacular than orange and black plants? Here are some great choices.
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