GARDEN

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Grass Is Greener | How to Grow a Lush Lawn

Although summer is over, your lawn may still be feeling the effects of children running through it, making homemade baseball diamonds, and skidding to a stop on swings. Not to ...
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Unusual Blooms | Unique Spring Bulbs Take Their Cues from the Classics

If you like spring flowers, now is the perfect time to think about planting bulbs. When you envision spring, images of gardens full of brightly colored pink tulips, yellow daffodils, ...
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New Growth | Gardening Trends for 2018

Gardening is an art form that has been around for centuries. Organizing a vast array of plants, trees and flowers into a dedicated garden is a delightful experience that is ...
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Inspiration for Irrigation | Keeping Your Garden Green

Once the summer heat arrives, keeping your lawn green and your shrubs, flowers, and vegetables gardens from wilting can be a chore. Regular watering is vital for plant health, but ...
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Dogwoods | Virginia’s Springtime Specialty

A single dogwood bloom was the design for the troop crest on my Junior Girl Scout vest, and I wore it with pride. I don’t remember why we chose that ...
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Passalong Plants | The Tradition of Sharing Old-fashionedaGarden Favorites

Mama always said, “Be careful what you admire in a friend’s garden. You might end up goin’ home with it.” All that is needed is an established plant that is ...
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English Cottage Gardens | Wild & Winsome

The English cottage garden dates back to the late 14th century, when it is believed they popped up with the very practical purpose of providing food for the working class ...
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