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Late Blooming Sages
Nature has surprises in store for fall. Witness all the spectacular late-blooming perennials. Among these are several sages.
Late Summer Garden-Related Activities
The dog days of late summer are a trying time for gardeners. Hot, muggy weather makes it hard to keep up on garden chores. So, wait until fall for those big projects. Meanwhile, here are some garden-related activities you can do indoors.
Living Christmas Trees
If you´re tired of cut Christmas trees and can´t bear the sight of artificial ones, try a living Christmas tree.
Looking Ahead to the 2018 Gardening Season
As the 2017 gardening season draws to a close, this is a great time to look at the new year ahead.
Louise Bonne of Jersey and Madeleine Pears
Many kinds of plants are suitable for the edible landscape. Pears, such as Madeleine, are a good choice.
Lovage-a Versatile Herb for the Kitchen Garden
Lovage is well worth including in herb and kitchen gardens and vegetable garden. This useful, versatile plant is a perennial.
Mad Hatter Pepper-A Real Winner
Mad Hatter pepper is an award winning pepper that deserves a place in the home garden.
Magellan Coral Zinnia-a Perfect Choice for Landscapes
Brighten up those flowerbeds and borders with award winning flowers. All-America Selections announced its 2005 awards. Among these is Magellan Coral zinnia, a flower with winning ways.
When choosing pear trees for the home landscape consider modern and heirloom varieties. Magness is a delightful release dating from the 1960's.
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