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Celebrate With Holiday Plants
Nothing says Christmas like the pungent smell of pine resin. But quite a few flowering plants are also associated with the holidays. Depending on the species, these can be used indoors or outdoors for seasonal interest.
Celebrating Home Book Review
Decorating shouldn´t be reserved for Christmas. Whatever the occasion, "Celebrating Home" is the essential guide to seasonal and holiday decorating.
Chase Away the Winter Blahs
You don't have to put up with the winter blahs. Here are some things that can help chase them away.
Cheap Gardening Tips
Many gardeners have limited money to spend on gardening, and every penny has to count.
Chill Seeds for Better Germination
Many landscape plants, particularly annuals and perennials, can be started from seeds. As we begin planning for a new garden season, it is a good time to do some prior planning before we plant seeds. Some kinds need special treatments, such as chilling, to get good germination rates.
Chilling Seed Specifics
Here are some garden plants whose seeds need chilling for better germination.
Chocolate in England and the U.S.
The English were able to enjoy chocolate decades before it was manufactured in the U.S.
Chocolate in Europe
Chocolate has been around in Europe for over 400 years. It first reached the Spanish.
Chojuro and Highland Pears
Gardeners can choose from both European and Asian pear trees for the home landscape. Here are profiles of some recommended varieties.
Choosing a Christmas Tree
When it comes to choosing a real Christmas trees, you'll find there are many kinds available. Some of these are available as live trees that you can plant in the landscape after the holiday.
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