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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.

Some Excellent Highbush Blueberries
There are many excellent hughbush blueberry varieties, including the following.

Magness pear
When choosing pear trees for the home landscape consider modern and heirloom varieties. Magness is a delightful release dating from the 1960's.

Phlox David
If you´re looking for award winning perennials, Phlox David can´t be beat.

Theme Gardens for the Landscape
Suppose your taste runs to lanky, overgrown hollyhocks, sweet peas, balsam, and flowering tobacco. Is there a way to combine these to create an attractive landsape? Yes, if a cottage garden theme is used. Cottage gardens are only one type of theme that can be used to create special kinds of gardens

The Concord Grape
The Concord is a delightful all purpose grape. It is extremely disease resistant.

Pear Propagation and Care
Pears are generally budded or grafted onto a rootstock. These usually aren't grown from seeds.

Growing Heirloom and Colored Cottons
Unusal types of cotton are suitable for the landscape. The heirloom varieties, particularly the naturally colored ones, are especialy recommended for craft gardens.

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