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The Year of the Sweet Pea
Each year, the National Garden Bureau bestows a special honor on a select flower. This year, the sweet pea was chosen, making 2005 the Year of the Sweet Pea.
The York Imperial Apple
If I only had room for one apple tree I would choose the York Imperial.
Theme Gardens for the Landscape
Suppose your taste runs to lanky, overgrown hollyhocks, sweet peas, balsam, and flowering tobacco. Is there a way to combine these to create an attractive landsape? Yes, if a cottage garden theme is used. Cottage gardens are only one type of theme that can be used to create special kinds of gardens
Things Plants Do
When we're caring for the plants in our landscape, it works out better if we realize they are capable of responding to threats in their environment.
Think Spring When You Plant Bulbs
When landscaping, we are always planning for the next season. For spring flowering bulbs, we have to plant them in the fall.
Thomas Mawson Book Review
Gardeners will revel in the beauty of this definitive book on Thomas Mawson. This is a must have for those interested in garden history.
Tips To Keep Your Landscape In Shape During The Dog Days Of Summer
With a little planning, your garden can look great through the dog days of summer.
When you're planning your 2010 garden do make room for Tomaccio. This new gourmet cherry tomato is the best tasting variety around.
Transcendent and Wealthy Crab Apples
There are some wonderful heirloom varieties of crab apples. Here are some recommended ones.
Tree Books for Gardeners
Arbor Day only comes once a year, but we can appreciate trees throughout the seasons. Here are some books that will be of particular interest to tree lovers.
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