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AS MORE GARDENERS shop for native plants each year, more plant descriptions in catalogs and on nursery labels use the blanket phrase “pollinator-friendly” ...

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As with any partnership, marital or otherwise, one person often has strengths the other person lacks and vice versa. In my case, the lawn isn’t my ...

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Memories are funny things in that there are some you cannot recall to save your life, others you absolutely cherish, and many more which come to you ...

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Who doesn’t want to have a great looking lawn? I mean we all do, right. The thing is, great lawns don’t come easy (or cheap), and sometimes the road ...

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By Tonya Barnett | June 27, 2020 Adding ...

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THE ROAD TO enlightenment, the path to peace? Uphill. Or so a determined frog out back wanted to remind me the other day. This little bit of amphibian ...

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SUMMER: IT’S WHAT I refer to as the season of dragging hoses, and for me at least this year, the fact that it seems to have stopped raining with any ...

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When I was a kid, my family lived on a large lot, probably an acre or so, but I was too young to really understand those measurements. We had a huge ...

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I love rhubarb in summer! Tis’ the season folks. Not the holiday season, but gardening season. It’s early yet but my favorite fruit is making its rosy ...

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Deciding between raised beds vs. sunken beds really depends on your soil condition and region – and perhaps your personal preference too. First, you ...

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I was talking to some friends about dandelions lately. I don’t find them particularly troublesome and I don’t worry if they pop up in my lawn, ...

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Your garden can be anything you want it to be: purely decorative, practical, or in tune with nature and the local ecosystem. For me, gardening is a ...

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