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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

  • Certain plants are suited for early fall planting. If they are in the ground by mid-September, roots will have time to develop before the ground freezes. Plant only container grown or balled and burlap wrapped plants and mulch them well. Do not fertilize.
    English ivy, willowleaf, cotoneaster, Japanese holly, evergreen rhododendrons and azaleas, English yew, leatherleaf viburnum, and wintergreen barberry can all be planted in the fall.