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Irish Roots
By: George Ball, past president, The American Horticultural Society, and chairman, W. Atlee Burpee & Co. Read article
Making drinks from herbs
One more way to stretch your food budget. Read article
All About Hardy Annuals
All annuals have a one year life cycle – they start as a seed, grow, flower, produce a seed and die at the end of the season. Read article
Early Blooming Flowers
Delightful perennial flowers that bloom early. Read article
Growing Columbines
Beautiful low-maintenance flowers. Read article
Having a garden party
Summertime is prime time for garden parties. Read article
Short Season Flower Gardening
Extend the blooming season. Read article
Burpee’s Boost Vegetables
This year, vegetables are better for you than ever. Read article
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Fresh herbs can turn a nice dinner into a gourmet meal. Every gardener should have a small area close to the kitchen door full of wonderful herbs, but don't get carried away and plant every herb available. Start with herbs that can be used almost every day. In the warm-season garden, plant basil and oregano to spice up salads, pastas and to make pesto. Mints like peppermint or spearmint add flavor to ice tea. Rosemary sprigs make wonderful basting brushes for chicken on the grill and thyme is great for seasoning meats, bean and vegetable dishes.  In the cool-season garden include chives for baked potatoes, cilantro for wonderful Mexican dishes and parsley for garnishes and flavor.