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Foliage
Don’t Forget Foliage! Read article
Herbs as Ornamentals
Herbs as Ornamentals. Read article
Fragrance in the Garden
Making the Most of Fragrance. Read article
Weaving Annuals Into the Garden
There’s Always a Place for Annuals. Read article
Weaving in Vegetables and Fruits
Beautiful Edibles. Read article
Winter Sown Vegetables
Winter Sown Vegetables. Read article
Winter Sown Flowers
Winter Sown Flowers. Read article
How to Start a Winter Herb Garden
How to Start a Winter Herb Garden. Read article

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • When planting spring-blooming bulbs in the fall, make sure not to plant them too shallow. If not planted at the depth stated on instructions, bulbs may freeze or emerge too soon in the spring before the roots have fully developed. Blooms will be stunted or too low to the ground. In areas with colder winters, cover bulb beds with pine needles, straw, leaf humus, or other mulch for winter protection. Remove mulch in the spring as bulbs begin to emerge.