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Create a Heat Proof Landscape
Summer is my least favorite time of the year. The heat can make landscape chores unpleasant. This can be a dry time as well, meaning we have to find time to water those plants that need it. That is one of the reasons I choose easy care plants that can take the heat.

Creating a Fairy Garden
One need not believe in mythical fairies in order to create a fairy garden.

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

Critter Proofing Your Bulbs
Fall is bulb planting time ,and by thinking ahead you can protect your bulbs from critters.

Critter Proofing Your Bulbs
If animals are a problem, don't give up growing bulbs. Find a way to control their damage.

Crops for the Edible Landscape
There are many crops suitable for the edible landscape. These include the broad bean as well as the soybean and peanut.

Culinary and Medicinal Uses of Myrtle
Myrtle is a very versatile, easy to grow plant that is suitable for the edible landscape. Along with its many culinary uses, this has also been used for medicinal and other purposes.

Culinary Herbs in the Landscape
Culinary herbs are among the most popular of landscape plants. Plant breeders are focusing much more attention on herbs than they did earlier. There are many excellent varieties for landscapes. These include hardy ones that are great for beds and borders as well as others suitable for container gar

Culinary Uses for Pomegranates
Pomegranates are very versatile fruits with many culinary uses. They're typically made into juice or eaten fresh. The seeds are also edible.

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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