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Pumpkins, Pumpkins Everywhere

To store any early-ripening pumpkins for the Halloween celebration, simply wash them down with a damp cloth, then dry completely...

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Pacific Willow

Handsome and fast-growing, willow can also restore damaged soil and fight back invasive weeds.

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Mix Fall Slow-Feed Tree Fertilizer

The focus of this feeding is to improve the plant's winter hardiness and develop a strong root system - you...

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Cook Fresh Herb Roasted Potatoes

• 6 medium-sized potatoes, any kind or a mixture (recommended are Russian Blue, Banana Fingerling or Yukon Gold) • 1 tsp.

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Create Leaf Mould & Leaf Mould Tea

Applied in early winter, leaf mould enriches the soil with nutrients and beneficial micro-organisms.

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Edible Plants

Start browsing now through the edible-ornamental possibilities for your summer garden.

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8 Great Late Bloomers

The waning days of summer present a plethora of gorgeous blooms, including these eight delightful choices suitable for a wide...

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Echium wildpretti

An interesting - and very dramatic - plant has begun to appear in our gardens. I refer to Echium wildpretii.

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Brooklyn Botanical Garden

In September, the garden - an ash dump in the late 1800s - is celebrating the 90th anniversary of its...

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Invasive Plants

Among the worst of the perennial invasive plants is purple loosestrife which destroys wetland nesting and feeding sites. Other big...

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Boosting Tomato & Strawberry Plants with Red

You can give tomato and strawberry plants a boost with a good dose of ... colour!

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Hellebores

The Perennial Plant Association gave the title to the rhizomatous plant that bears flowers across a range of colours including...

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How to Dry Herbs: Rosemary, Lavender and Sage

Drying herbs gives your kitchen the ambiance of a Medieval apothecary, and their botanical names hint at this ancient history.

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Garden Makeover: From Slippery Slope to Sensational

Check out this extreme makeover by Ruth Olde of Blasig Landscape Design – on a suburban lot that was “difficult...

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Fabulous Fatsia Shrubs

Strong architectural foliage makes Fatsia japonica a superb evergreen shrub for patio or townhouse gardens, where every plant is subject...

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How to use comfrey in the garden

Comfrey not only helps to break down the compost heap, but can also provide many nutrients to the garden.

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