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Monet The Gardener
A gardening masterpiece. Read article
Trial and Error- Never Give Up!
Helpful tips from gardeners. Read article
Organic Fertilizer
Increase the biological productiveness of your soil. Read article
Cherry Tomatoes
Easy to grow, productive, and delicious! Read article
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Soybeans for snacking. Read article
Early Blooming Flowers
Delightful perennial flowers that bloom early. Read article
Growing Columbines
Beautiful low-maintenance flowers. Read article
Irish Roots
By: George Ball, past president, The American Horticultural Society, and chairman, W. Atlee Burpee & Co. Read article
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Don’t prune early spring-flowering woody plants like lilacs, forsythia, winter hazel, weigela, spiraeas and viburnums in the fall. If you do, there will be few if any flowers next spring since you will have pruned off the newer growth with developing flower buds. The general rule of thumb is to wait until the plant is finished flowering to prune.