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I enjoy using plants from the garden when making my family’s favorite recipes. Whether it’s the distinctive flavor of homegrown tomatoes or I’m coping ...

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August 07, 2020 If you’re feeling ticked off about the covid state of the world, Saguaro National Park might be the perfect place to go, since its ...

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I don’t grow many vegetables. Instead, I rely on generous gardening friends and neighbors to gift me with some of their bounty, and they usually do. ...

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During any sort of decoration project involving your home, it can be easy to forget about the outdoor part of your residence. However, when pulled off ...

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August 03, 2020 Oh hi! Let’s pop back into the national park road trip. From the central coast of California, back in late June, we headed home to ...

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We all have fond childhood memories that make us smile, and for many of us here at Gardening Know How, these stem from the garden. In fact, one of my ...

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The Black Cherry Tree, (Prunus Serotina), also commonly known as the wild, rum cherry or mountain black cherry, is easily recognized by its pretty, white ...

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July 31, 2020 It’s a happy day when a new nursery opens north of the river, especially if within a quick 10- or 15-minute drive from my house. So my ...

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Herons Bonsai is Britain’s No1. Bonsai centre and Nursery Founded by world-renowned Bonsai expert Peter Chan and his wife Dawn Chan. Below Peter Shows us ...

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July 30, 2020 The Garden Conservancy preserves significant American gardens and shares all manner of interesting gardens with the public via its beloved ...

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July 29, 2020 The summer doldrums, I call it. When it feels like a sauna outside, and it won’t rain, and yet the plants and especially the weeds grow ...

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I have never been a fan of vines. I think they can look lovely in other people’s gardens. I drive by a home regularly with a gorgeous old wisteria, ...

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