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Easy Shrub Roses

There is a whole class of gorgeous shrub roses tough enough to stand up to neglect and bitter cold.

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Slender Toothwort

Slender toothwort is notably well mannered in the garden and mostly stays where it is put, a real plus for...

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Rhubarb Aphid/fungus Spray

Make this aphid-repellent for non-edible plants in the garden using the poisonous leaves of rhubarb.

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Glacial Rock Dust

A late-summer application will help to prepare plants for winter as it helps protect plants from early and hard frosts.

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How to stake and support plants

Some plants require more support than others. Learn how to stake and support plants.

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Nut Trees

If you're in the market for a new tree, consider nut trees. They are reliable, easy to grow, long-lived and...

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Attract beneficial creatures

Attract a host of garden helpers simply by growing a diversity of plants and offering these essentials.

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Organic Lawn Care

As organic gardeners, it's important to practice organic lawn care so we do not introduce pesticides to our compost. Here...

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Multi-Tasking Plants

One such gem is lady’s mantle (Alchemilla mollis, hardy to zone 3). Grown in gardens since the 16th century, this...

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Scouring Rush

On the coast, scouring rushes are most evident in the winter when the deciduous leaves of surrounding plants have fallen.

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Diatomaceous Earth

The talcum-like powder can be sprinkled around infected plants, mixed with water and sprayed on, or made into a paste...

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Edible flowers for foodie fun

Edible flowers are often used to add elegance to salads, decorate desserts or dress up a dinner plate. Other blossoms,

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DIY: Herb Windowbox Planter

This windowbox is a great way to nestle a herb garden into any space.  

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Edge Gardening

Buildings, fences, paths and hedges create planting opportunities and microclimates within the garden.

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Spreading Phlox

Gardeners often use the tall garden phlox (Phlox paniculata) as a key species in perennial borders, but not as many...

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Attack of the Pine Mountain Beetle

The villain in this is the mountain pine beetle, not the nice men who felled 18 dying pines that were...

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