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The Jude the Obscure rose is a stunning addition to any garden, growing vigorously and showering your space with large, classic roses in a creamy apricot ...

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I am an unabashed tree lover who prefers the company of an oak, redwood or beech to that of many people. Given the chance, I will happily spend time ...

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New to growing shrubs? For a new gardener, growing anything than a potted plant or a flower can be daunting. Large plants like shrubs seem complicated ...

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Anyone who dreams of harvesting veggies should try vegetable container gardening. It's an easy way to grow what you like when you have suboptimal soil in ...

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Growing a healthy, successful vegetable garden depends upon a variety of factors. From planting to harvest, it’s essential to provide plants with ...

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In our ultimate buyer’s guide, we reviewed the best garden tractors on the market in 2020 and choose the top contender, as well as looking at the benefits ...

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October 16, 2020 How can it have been 9 years since I first visited Michael McDowell’s front-yard prairie garden? Michael’s garden lives large in my ...

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The ECOS Club of the West Genesee High School in New York was a winner of one of Gardening Know How’s annual sponsorship awards in 2019. Christopher ...

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How about growing edible indoor plants at home? That way, you’re doubly sure of its origin, without having to fret over unreliable food labels.Are you ...

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Tomato blossom end rot is a common gardening problem that has caught many new gardeners off guard. Whether on tomatoes, melon fruits, cucumber, pepper or ...

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CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a great way to get fresh produce, eat seasonally, and limit your carbon footprint. I think I have a farmer ...

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Where would we be in this country without the farmer? Many of us are accustomed to always having the food of our choice, whenever we want it, and we ...

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