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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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Grind it out, or add fertilizer and sugar
There are basically two ways of getting rid of a tree stump: grind it down, or simply wait for it to rot. Another option is to leave it there and use it as a pedestal for container plants. Kim...
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It might look nice, but you're doing more harm than good
When trees mature and get shady, the area underneath them becomes bare. Since bare spots aren't often tolerated in landscaping, many people fill the void by building a ring around the tree and...
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Listed in order of importance, these 10 tips from a horticulture educator will have your lawn in top shape in no time!
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Congratulations to the winner and finalists in the 2013 Beautiful Places photo contest, sponsored by Exmark Mowers. Thanks to our readers for sharing your places in the country.
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Here are a few favorite porches from our readers. Share your photos by clicking on the "Photos" tab on the blue rail above!
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The Beautiful Places photo contest, sponsored by Exmark Mowers, gave readers a chance to share a place they called "Beautiful." Here are some wonderful waterscapes!
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Our readers love to show off their places in the country. Here are a few of the many entries from a past Beautiful Places photo contest, sponsored by Exmark Mowers.
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With the right tools and a little patience, you can win the tug-of-war
A few years ago I spent the good part of a day trying to tear out an old barberry bush. I wrapped a strap around the trunk, attached it to our lawn tractor, and gave it full steam. The strap broke...

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