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My garden fails tend to fall along two lines: underestimating the amount of water plants need, and inviting so much wildlife into my yard that they take ...

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Cacti are beautiful plants. You’ll find them in all sorts of shapes and sizes, and colors too. These prickly delights make exceptional houseplants for ...

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I garden because I’m the “baby of the family.” A term which, by the way, I’ve loathed since childhood. Call me the youngest. Call me the last child ...

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Cacti are fascinating plants. I love to look at them, read about them and tour through wild cactus forests. But after seeing their magnificence in the ...

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I’m fascinated by all types of cactus, although I don’t own many. I have a couple of indoor cacti that I love, plus a few succulents like Christmas ...

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After ten years of gardening, I have tried growing quite an array of plants. From succulents to giant sunflowers, I am continuously drawn to unique and ...

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Gardening through winter life in the Northwest is all about survival. I have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and I’m here to tell you, it’s no joke! ...

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When I was a kid, I got one of those little barrel cactus plants from the grocery store that costs a dollar or two. I thought it was so cute but quickly ...

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As we age, time seems to speed by at a faster pace with each passing year. I find that when I’m watering my houseplants, I tend to think back to when ...

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It doesn’t matter whether it is my Christmas cactus or anyone else’s, as soon as I see one, I am instantly reminded of my paternal grandmother. Her ...

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I’ve grown many houseplants throughout my life, and there are certain ones that I’ve learned how to grow very well.  But there are others that I simply ...

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PARSLEY THAT WAS BRED not for its leaves, but as a root crop. Or a winter squash (above) with vivid green flesh, instead of orange. And perennial onions ...

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