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Garden pests encompass insects, diseases, animals, and weeds that cause problems for cultivated plants. Follow these tips to identify and avoid them.
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The Tobiaszes pack a lot of enterprises into their Illinois acreage.
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These rare and historic heirloom varieties are preserved so they can be savored for generations.
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Your soil and garden type will dictate which tools you need and how to use them. Here are some tips for safe and effective digging.
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Gearing up with the right tools makes any gardening task easier and more efficient.
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These plants may be late to the party, but each brings its best in autumn.
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Seed bags date back to the early 20th century, when seeds such as corn and alfalfa were sold in large canvas sacks. Look-at-me colors and bold graphics are part of the history and charm of collecting...
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New hybrids of this stalwart perennial add warm color to early summer gardens.
Over the years, American gardeners have somewhat overlooked geums, also called avens or Grecian roses (Geum spp.), but recently some stunning new cultivars have been ...
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If ever there was a flower that shimmers in a cheerful spectrum of colors, it’s zinnias, hands down.
Affable, affordable, and infinitely happy-go-lucky, zinnias are the sort of kick-yourshoes-off, toss-away-your-inhibitions kind of flower you want to hang with all summer long. Easy to grow...
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Create this simple pond-in-a-pot to enjoy water lilies on a sunny deck or patio—or anywhere you want a water garden.

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