General gardening

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Deadheading Flowers
When you first hear the garden term ‘deadhead’, you might picture friends who wore tie-dye and traveled to concerts a lot.
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Using Summer Bulbs
Summery bulbs are showy and reliable performers that flourish when the heat is on.
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10 Excellent Summer Bulbs
10 excellent summer bulbs to add color to your home garden.
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Winter Sown Flowers
Winter Sown Flowers.
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Weaving Annuals Into the Garden
There’s Always a Place for Annuals.
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Fragrance in the Garden
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Moonlight Garden
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Heirloom Flowers
Heirloom flowers still grace landscapes, from annuals to perennials, shrubs, vines, and bulbs.
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Cut Flower Basics
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Flower Gardens

Ask a child to draw a garden, and he'll draw some flowers. Give a gardener no more space than a front stoop, and what will appear there is a flowerpot. For many, flowers are the definition of a garden.

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Second Year Gardening

Did you grow your first vegetable garden last year? Was it all that you hoped for? Are you planning to try again this year?

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Bees, Glorious Bees
One of the most invaluable living things on the planet is less than one inch long and lives for only a few months – the busy little honeybee.
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Monet The Gardener
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Flower Prints
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Short Season Flower Gardening
Extend the blooming season.
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Companion Planting Guide
In plant communities, certain plants support each other while others, well, just don’t get along. Plants, like people, compete for resources.
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Edible Flowers
Blooms have long boosted culinary delight.
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Gardens for Narrow and Small Spaces
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Rooftop Gardening
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Cut Flower for Bouquets
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Morning Glories
Eager, trainable climbers for cheerful flowers open fresh every morning.
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Where have all the flowers gone?
an article by George Ball
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Color Basics in the Garden
Color Basics in the Garden.
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Creating your own mini meadow garden
Imagine the pleasures of having your own meadow.
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