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Part 1-Ferns for the Landscape
I was introduced to ferns by mistake. While walking around the front yard one evening, I happened to notice a tiny fern growing under a maple tree.
Part I-Year of the Dianthus
2004 is Year of the Dianthus. Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects a flower for this special honor. This article is Part I of a two part series on these wonderful plants.
Part II-Ferns for the Landscape
This is the final article in a two-part series on ferns for the landscape.
Part II-Year of the Dianthus
This is the final article of a two-part series on dianthus. These plants were honored by the National Garden Bureau. 2004 is Year of the Dianthus.
Patten and Pineapple Pears
Fruit plants of all sorts are a good choice for the home landscape. The Patten and Pineapple pears are excellent varieties.
Pear Propagation and Care
Pears are generally budded or grafted onto a rootstock. These usually aren't grown from seeds.
Pear Tree Description/Background
Pears can live for at least 50 years. These trees are more upright and vertical than apple trees.
Pears in the New World
Pear trees were planted early in Colonial America by Europeans.
Perennials Book Reviews
Perennials are among the most versatile plants. They can even be used in container gardens. Here are some books that will help gardeners choose and grow these plants.
Oh, the joy of having an older home. Itīs the perfect opportunity to grow heirloom plants in period landscapes.
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