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Enjoying the Harvest
The growing season brings a rich assortment of fresh garden produce for our tables. Any surplus that can't be consumed fresh can be preserved for later use. Here are some cookbooks and food preservation titles that will be helpfulto gardeners.
Fairy Garden Plants
A number of plants have long been associated with fairies. These are very suitable for traditional fairy gardens.
Fairy Gardening Book Review
For those planning to create their own fairy garden, I definitely recommend a book released by Skyhorse Publishing. "Fairy Gardening-Creating Your Own Magical Miniature Garden" is by Julie Bawden-Davis and Beverly Turner.
Fairy Gardening Intro
A traditional fairy garden was intended to provide fairies with a place to live. The modern version is generally a place to display fairies.
Fall Gardening Chores
Fall is a busy time for the landscape. Itīs one of the best times for planting in many areas.
Fall Gardening Report for 2009
As we enter a new gardening season, this is a good time to take stock and review the gardening year.
Fall is a New Season
Spruce up the landscape for fall. A great place to start is with those container plantings.
Fall is Bulb Planting Time
Hardy bulbs are virtually foolproof. Theyīre the perfect plants for beginners. Busy gardeners also appreciate them. Itīs almost impossible to make a mistake so long as you plant them at the right depth and mulch them well once winter arrives. Every landscape should include lots of spring flowering b
Fall is the Best Time for Planting
Though spring is the time we associate with planting our landscapes, fall is really the best of all. The plants get off to a better start than they do in the spring.
Fall Planting of Evergreens
As fall approaches, it will bring cooler temperatures. This means it will be a great time for planting most evergreens. There are fewer heat-related stress problems on transplants during this time. They will need less watering than spring transplanted ones.
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