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Decorating for the Holidays
Holiday plants play a crucial role during Christmas. Gardeners can find many ways to use the plants as well as their images as part of their holiday decorating scheme.

Decorating with Holiday Plants
Decorate with a minimum of fuss this holiday season. Itīs easy when you use holiday plants.

Deer Resistant Plants
In many areas of the country, deer are a serious problem for home landscapes. Previously my garden was deer-free, but that began to change about five years ago. That was when I decided to grow plants they donīt like.

Designing Your Outdoor Room
Think of your garden as an outdoor room. This can become a haven for the entire family during the growing season.

Disease Resistant Crab Apples
Gardeners can't go wrong with disease resistant crab apples. These are care free plants.

Displaying Poinsettias
Decorating trends come and go. Styles and colors change over the years. But one thing is for sure. Poinsettias are always appropriate for holiday decorations.

Dolgo and European Crab Apples
When it comes to flowering trees, you can't go wrong with the crab apples. The Dolgo is a long-time favorite.

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.

Drying, Storing, and Using Persimmons
Persimmons are very versatile fruits. They can be preserved and used in so many dishes.

Earliest History of Olive Tree
The earliest known history of the olive tree dates to about 100 B.C. Early on, this was spread by Middle Eastern caravans to other parts of the world.

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