Saturday, April 21, 2018
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Herbaceous perennials are commonly divided for three reasons: to control size, to rejuvenate plants and to propagate a prized perennial.

High tunnels are temporary structures that extend the growing season and can be used for a variety of vegetables, small fruits and flowers.

Seed starting allows you to get a head start on your growing season while saving you the money and time from going to a greenhouse.

It’s no surprise growing deer populations have been problematic for gardeners. Learn how to deter deer and successfully limit the damage they cause.

Starting your own seeds can give you more vegetable options, save money and make your garden more productive. Learn how to successfully start seeds indoors.

When collected and spread on the garden, ashes produced by wood-burning fireplaces or stoves are an excellent source of calcium and other plant nutrients.

Beets are an easy-to-grow, cool-season crop that prefers full sun and well-drained soil. By catering to beets’ growing preferences, you can optimize taste.

Brush off the winter blues with some simple indoor gardening activities your children can enjoy. Learn to sprout seeds, grow a garbage garden and more!

The amaryllis can brighten up any indoor space with its beautiful blooms. With proper care, you can enjoy yours year after year as it reblooms each winter.

Repotting your moth orchid is easier than you think. Follow these 10 steps to successfully repot yours.
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