Gardening How To Articles

From beginner to master gardener there’s always something new and fun to discover about home gardening. Burpee’s articles and guides show you everything you need to know to grow a successful home garden.
Growing Up: Arbors and Trellises raise the garden
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Blueberries Gardening Guide
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Garlic Gardening Guide
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Honeyberries Gardening Guide
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Hardy Kiwi Gardening Guide
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Onions Gardening Guide
What to do when your plants arrive.
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Paw Paw Gardening Guide
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Small Fruit Gardening Guide
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Texture
Texture Gives a Garden Structure and Style.
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"We, The Vegetables…"
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Garden of Bargains
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The Aster Family
All in the (Aster) Family
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The Mint Family
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"We, the Flowers. . ."
"So, humankind, please grow us, pick us and use us for your rituals of life. Ensure that your descendents celebrate their lives with our beauty and meaning."
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Gardening In A Greenhouse
One gardener reveals how a greenhouse opened up a whole world of
all-season gardening
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Designing Beds – Using layers in the garden.
Anyone can learn the basics of good garden bed design. See just how easy it is by following a few simple rules.
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Green Estate
Landscaping can increase home property prices up to 20%, Ball says.
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Canning Basics
Canning is a great way to keep enjoying your garden bounty all year long. Many gardeners think it’s difficult to do but it’s really very simple.
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Moonlight Garden
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Geraniums
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Heirloom Flowers
Heirloom flowers still grace landscapes, from annuals to perennials, shrubs, vines, and bulbs.
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Indoor Seed Starting

It's possible to have a fine vegetable garden by buying young plants. But you will have a much wider range of possibilities if you start your own plants from seeds indoors.

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Container Vegetables

No place to dig a garden? You can still grow your own food!

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All About Artichokes

Artichokes are best grown in damp weather, with cool summer temperatures and mild winters.

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