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Succession Planting
Continue to sow some vegetables from spring until mid summer. Read article
Root Crops
A fresh look at some neglected root crops from the past. Read article
How to divide summer bulbs- Canns, Iris & more
Tips for dividing summer bulbs. Read article
How to divide spring bulbs- Tulips, Daffodils, Crocus & more
Tips on dividing spring bulbs. Read article
How to Force Indoor Spring Bulbs
Start planning a few months ahead! Read article
All About Weeding
Tips on weeding your garden. Read article
How To Weed An Overgrown Garden
Get your garden back. Read article
Perennial Hosta for Shade Gardens
Hosta are one of the easiest perennials for shade gardens. They grow bigger and better every year. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • At Christmastime, decorate your tree with colorful seed packets. They make charming and fun ornaments for garden lovers. Collect the most colorful and attractive Burpee seed packets from year to year and add them to your collection.

    To make the ornament, use a scissors and cut off the open flap at the top of the packet. Then, use a punch hole to make a hole at the top of the packet. Tie a piece of colorful ribbon, bit of lace, raffia, or twine through the hole.

    To make a simple yet very pretty garden theme tree, hang up a few dozen seed packets and add sprigs of dried flowers (hydrangeas, gomphrena, cockscomb and statice work well), branches of holly, pepper berry, and a few long garlands of cranberries around the tree. Paste several photos of your garden onto colorful construction paper and hang them up too. The seed tree will also remind you it’s time to order new seeds for next season!