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Everything you need to know about growing broccoli in your garden.
Everything you need to know about growing broccoli in your garden.
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These beautiful flowers can be displayed inside next to the front door or outside on the porch. The white bucket helps bring out the bright colors of the pink and purple flowers.
Have a lot of flowers from your garden this spring? No problem! Check out these creative and fun ways to display your flowers.
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Get ready to spring clean your home!
Do you have that spring cleaning itch? Here are the spots around your home to remember to clean this year.
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Keep these new English Roses in mind when planning for Spring 2015.
Keep these flowers in mind when planning for Spring 2015.
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High Country Gardens introduces new plant varieties that thrive in tough growing conditions including drought, heat and infertile soils.
High Country Gardens introduces new plant varieties that thrive in tough growing conditions including drought, heat and infertile soils.
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Spend time mulching in the garden this fall for soil and environmental benefits.
Spend time mulching in the garden this fall for soil and environmental benefits.
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Here are just a few favorite gardens and landscapes submitted by readers in our Beautiful Places photo contest, sponsored by Exmark Mowers. ENTER YOUR PHOTO HERE: http://www.livingthecountrylife.com/...
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Home-grown loofa sponges are great for exfoliating - and for dinner
If you’re looking for an unusual plant to grow this year, try growing your own loofa sponges. Jeanine Davis is an extension specialist at North Carolina State University.  She says...
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Mesa™ Peach Blanket Flower fall 2014 plant from High Country Gardens
Although spring is known as the ideal season for planting, there are benefits to planting between August and October. High Country Gardens explains why, and offers a look at perennials for fall...
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Welcome tiny fairies, leprechauns, garden gnomes, and other fantastical creatures into your garden. Let your imagination run wild!

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