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Early Christmas Shopping
The dog days of summer offer a good opportunity to start those garden craft projects you want to use for holiday gifts and shop for early gardening related gifts.

Early Christmas Tree History
The use of Christmas trees is an ancient one. It dates back to ancient times

Easy Care Crabs
When looking for easy care trees, keep the disease resistant crabs in mind. These plants require a minimum of attention.

Echinaceas for the Garden
The echinaceas or coneflowers are very popular garden plants. The most beloved is the purple coneflower.

Edible Landscape Book Reviews
If you're thinking of turning your yard into an edible landscape, there are many gardening books that can help. Here are reviews of some recommended titles.

Edible Landscape Book Reviews
Rising food prices have revived interest in vegetable gardens. For those new to edible landscaping, here are some recommended books.

Edible Landscaping Book Reviews
These days more people than ever are growing their own food. Here are reviews of some books that can help both novice and experienced gardeners.

Edible Landscaping Tips
With the economic downturn, interest in vegetable gardening will continue to grow. Because of the high demand for seeds and vegetable transplants, gardeners are urged to place their orders early.

Edible Rhubarb History
The edible rhubarbs have only been widely grown as food in the West for three centuries or so.

Elgin-America's First Public Botanical Garden
Imagine a delightful visit to a public conservatory in New York City during the early 1800s and seeing exotic tropical plants in full bloom. This was possible at the Elgin Botanical Garden.

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