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Perennials for All Season Color
The focal point of a great perennial bed is the flower color. Read article
How to Grow Roses
The best thing you can do for a rose is plant it right. Read article
How to install drip irrigation
Avoid wasting water. Read article
How to prune common shrubs
Time to prune! Read article
How to grow Apples and Pears
From year two you can enjoy your own fresh apples and pear. Read article
How to grow Peaches
A good crop for both desserts and preserving. Read article
Companion Planting Guide
Build good plant communities when planning your garden. Read article
Effective watering techniques - drip watering, soaker hoses, rain water barrels
Ensure that your entire garden is watered effectively. Read article
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  • After raking leaves, dump them into the compost pile and keep the pile moderately moist and turned every week. Add any lawn clippings you may have and vegetable trimmings and coffee grounds. Before the ground freezes, spread a 2- to 3-inch layer of the leaf humus and any other composted organic matter on vegetable and flowerbeds and work into the soil. The leaf humus and compost will further decompose over the winter making your soil richer, better drained, and renewed for spring planting.