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Scrape off the dirt before you put them away for the season
When I’m done with the gardening season I tend to put the tools away and forget about them till next spring – and then I have to scrape off the dirt when I’m ready to use them again...
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Whether you’re shopping for a gardener or want to share your love of growing plants or caring for nature with a non-gardener, we've collected a few holiday gift-giving ideas that will bring joy...
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The Country Gardens team couldn't be more proud of our former editorial intern Kelly Norris on the occasion of the publication of his beautiful new book, Plants with Style  (Timber Press)....
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Grasses provide long-lasting impact, arising in spring, growing rapidly in summer, and peaking in fall. Then they add winter interest when other plants have disappeared beneath the snow. Other than...
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Garden design tips and trends from WAVE® PETUNIAS and HGTV’S Kelly Edwards.
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Power up your hydration this summer with this collection of cooling waters flavored with herbs and flowers from your garden, citrus, or exotic fruits. Perfect for refreshing yourself on a hot...
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A garden shed can be more than a dumping ground for shovels and lawn mowers. A shed can serve as an artful focal point for the backyard or a destination spot for potting tasks or just daydreaming....
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Turn small pots of African violets (Saintpaulia) into stunning arrangements with big impact. From Country Gardens Spring 2016.
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Make a plan before you hit the garden centers
I get so excited when my local garden centers are chock-full of plants for the spring season – maybe a little too excited. Sometimes my impulses get the best of me and I buy plants I didn...
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Spring is here! Now let's get to work!
April showers bring May flowers, and April garden chores help determine how your garden will fare all summer. Here's a list of chores broken down by region: Pacific Northwest Southern...

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