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Apple Trees
Apples are one of the easiest and most dependable backyard fruits. Read article
Hydrangeas
Easy to grow and bloom through a long season. Read article
Annuals Tour #1
Take a garden tour and see favorite annual plants in a garden setting. In this video- Zinnia, Angelonia, Marigold, Petunia, Celosia and Vinca. Watch Video
Burpee Concentrated Seed Starting Mix
Just add water and it quickly expands to an amazing 8 quarts of quality growing medium for seed starting and containers. Watch Video
Making drinks from herbs
One more way to stretch your food budget. Read article
Gourmet Tailgate Recipe, Anyone? Try Burpee’s Playoff Pizza
Thinking about what to serve at your pre-game party this weekend?  For a no-hassle, gourmet crowd-pleaser, Burpee recommends its Playoff Pizza recipe.  Read article
Halloween Decorating: Finding the Perfect Pumpkin

It is pumpkin-picking season and whether you head to your garden or to the local pumpkin patch, Burpee’s gardening experts want to help you pick the perfect pumpkin.

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Giant Flowers
Take your flower bed to new heights. Read article
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • If there is poison ivy on your property, late summer is an ideal time to treat it with a herbicide. The full-grown leaves of mature plants provide lots of surface for the spray to adhere for the maximum effect. Spray poison ivy before the plants have berries; otherwise birds will carry, drop and spread the nuisance.
    Use a non-selective herbicide such as Roundup, but be aware it will kill any plant the spray may contact. Spray on a windless day and follow all the directions on the product label carefully. Allow 10 days for signs of success. Very woody poison ivy vines may need a second spraying.