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Astringency in Persimmons
There are both astringent and non-astringent persimmons. It is important to know which type you are dealing with before you attempt to use or eat it.

Autumn in the Garden
Like spring, fall is a time of rebirth. As the temperatures become somewhat cooler, we feel like spending more time outdoors.

Award Winning Plants for 2006
Each year, the best trees, shrubs, and woody vines are singled out for special honors. Here are details on some of these 2006 winners.

Banish the Late Winter Blahs
The weeks of late winter seem to just drag on. This can be especially trying for gardeners. We´re eager to get started on those landscaping projects. Meanwhile, here are some tips on weathering the winter blahs.

Banish Winter Blahs
The winter blahs aren´t inevitable. Gardeners can find a number of ways to cope.

Barouni and Other Olive Varieties
Many varieties of olives are grown around the world. Only some of them are cultivated in America, such as Barouni and and Coratina.

Bartlett Pear
This history of the Bartlett pear is fascinating. Here are details on its origins and tips on growing the trees and using the fruits.

Basics on Miniature Gardening
A hands-on approach is often the best method of learning about miniature gardens. Many people choose to take a workshop at a local nursery or garden center.

Basil for the Landscape
Basil is the most widely grown herb in America.

Beans of the New World
Several bean species are native to America. These are suitable for the edible landscape.

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