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Allergy Proof Gardening
Over 35 million Americans suffer from allerlgies. Gardeners experiencing these problems need not give up their favorite activity.
Mazes--how much fun they are.
Everyone welcomes the warm tones of the autumn foliage. However, some plants with gorgeous fall color are nondescript the rest of the year. Happily, that isnīt so for the Amur maple.
An Introduction to Common Buckwheat
Common buckwheat is recommended both as a grain crop for home gardens and as a green manure/cover crop.
Angelonias for Summer Color
In many areas of the country, spring can be very short indeed, which explains why angelonias make great bedding and container plants for such times.
Annual Vines are Space Savers
Vertical garening is something we donīt always consider when weīre planning our landscapes. Making use of this dimension saves space, which is of particular importance for those with small gardens. It also adds visual interest to the landscape.
Iīll never forget the first time I tasted a Limbertwig apple.
Antique Plants for the Landscape
Gardeners are rediscovering the pleasures of heirloom gardens.
Antique roses are roses with a past.
Ants in the Landscape
Though homeowners donīt like to see ant nests in the landscape, the fact remains that these insects arenīt all bad. In fact, they are considered beneficial in some respects.
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