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Rookie Gardening Mistake #4 - No Sense of Space
It is tempting to want to squeeze more plants into your garden, but there are many reasons not to over do it.

Rookie Gardening Mistake #3 - Accepting Free Plants
Beware gardeners offering free plants. It may sound too good to be true, but there's a reason they are giving them away.

Rookie Gardening Mistake #2 - No Sense of Place
Do you understand your growing conditions well enough to have a successful garden? Don't make these mistakes.

5 Rookie Gardening Mistakes
It's easy to get carried away, when starting a garden. Here are 5 mistakes many rookie gardeners make and how to avoid them.

Rookie Gardening Mistake #5 - Plant and Run
having a garden requires a lot of follow-up. Make it as enjoyable as possible.

Weeding - Controlling Weeds in the Garden
Getting rid of weeds is a never ending garden chore. How weeds get into your garden in the first place is a bit of a mystery, but if there's a bare spot, a weed will find it and grow. Here are some tips for keeping weeds out of your garden, killing the weeds the are there and controlling the weed problem.

Choosing a Material to Frame Your Greenhouse
Greenhouse framing takes second billing to the material used as siding, but something has to hold up your greenhouse and a good frame can mean the difference between holding up to the wind or continual maintenance. Many times your choice of framing is determined by your choice of siding. Heavier siding requires a heavier frame. Wood is beautiful, but aluminum, galvanized steel or PVC are far more durable. Here are some tips to help you choose.

Euphorbia Plants - Gardening Tips
Many gardeners in temperate climates know Euphorbia plants as spurges, but there are may succulent, drought resistant varieties of Euphorbia, too.

How to Grow Euphorbia Plants
Euphorbia is a large genus of plants, many of which are succulents and very drought resistant. Tips for growing Euphorbia plants.

When Should You Feed Spring Blooming Bulbs?
When you first plant spring blooming bulbs, the only thing they need to do that winter is send down some new roots.

Transplanting Trees - Root Pruning
Transplanting and moving established trees can be intimidating. A process known as 'root pruning' can help ease the stress of the tree being dug and moved. Root pruning allows the tree to grown new feeder roots, before digging and transplanting elsewhere.

How to Grow Swiss Chard (Silverbeet)
Swiss chard, or silver beet, is a fast growing, leafy vegetable that can handle cool temperatures and summer heat. Grow Swiss chard as a spinach substitute. Growing Swiss chard couldn't be easier.

Improving Soil for Roses
Roses are a long term proposition. It pays to start them off with the right soil at planting time. Here's how to make your soil perfect for roses.

Greenhouse Siding and Glazing Advice and Instructions
Siding or glazing for your greenhouse should be your major consideration, since it will affect the cost and efficiency for years to come. Afterall, regulating heat is what greenhouses are all about. Another consideration is light diffusion. You want as much as possible coming into your greenhouse, but not directed straight at your seedlings, like a magnifying glass. Choices of greenhouse siding materials are glass or one of the plastics (fiberglass, polycarbonate, polyethylene film).

Top Plant Picks - Top 10 Lists of Garden Plants for Specific Needs
Need a clay buster? A rose for shade? What to try growing some of those heirloom vegetables you've heard about? Wish your annuals would self-seed? These lists will give you some top plant varieties, whatever your garden needs.

Growing Perennial Flowers from Seed
Tips for growing perennial flowers from seed,an easy, inexpensive way to grow more perennials.

Caring for Echevaria Plants
Echevaria are warm climate succulent plants. Their rosettes can be tiny or plate sized, thick, fleshy red and green or fuzzy. Here are growing tips for Echevaria plants, indoors or out.

Growing Echeveria
The rosettes of Echeveria make fascinating container plants. They aren't hardy in cold climates, but don't let that stop you from growing them. Tips for growing succulent Echeveria.

How to Choose a Healthy Plant
Ten tips for determining if a plant that looks good in the nursery is good enough to take home to your garden.

What to do for Waterlogged and Flooded Plants
Dealing with drought in the garden is hard enough, but dealing with floods and waterlogged soil is a real challenge. We can't prevent the damage, but here are some ways of dealing with it.

Best Paste Tomatoes for Your Garden
You need a great tomato to make a great tomato sauce and these 9 paste tomatoes are some of the most delicious choices to go from the backyard garden to the sauce pot.

Selecting Non-Woody Stems for Taking House and Garden Plant Cuttings
New green, non-woody stems used for taking house and garden plant cuttings will be most successful at rooting and propagating new plants.

Used Tea Leaves for Soil Enrichment - Gardening Tips
We all know coffee grinds are good for plants, but you can use your tea leaves in the garden too. Tea leaves contain nutrients to help plants grow.

Garden Health and Fitness - Is Gardening Good Exercise?
Gardening can often feel like a good workout, but is it really doing anything for our health and fitness? For the most part, yes, gardening is a good form of moderate exercise. Here are some tips for getting the best workout from gardening, without making gardening work.

Hummingbird Flowers
Hummingbirds are attracted to plants at great distances. Red and other bright colors are flags for attracting hummingbirds to your garden. Here are more tips on plants for hummingbirds.

2014 Spring Flowers Photo Challenge
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Winterberry Holly Gardening Hints and Tips
Ilex verticillata, Winterberry Holly, or Winterberry is our native, wetland holly that loses it leaves each autumn. This beautiful shrub is all the more showy because its lack of winter leaves makes its berry display all the more showy. After the leaves have turned yellow and have fallen off, you are left with a breathtaking view of thousands of brightly colored berries clinging to every stem. What a joy to have such color in the middle of winter.

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What Does It Mean When a Plant Goes Dormant?
Dormancy is often defined as a state of sleep and that's pretty much what your plant is doing when it goes dormant.

How to Grow All Kinds of Beans
How to plant, grow and harvest all types of beans. Tips for what types of beans to choose and how to care for them in the garden and in the kitchen.

How to Grow Berries
There are dozens of berries you can grow in your backyard or even in containers. Learn what berries to grow and how to take care of them.

Best Silver Foliage Plants
The best plants with silver or gray foliage. Silver and gray add a cool sophistication to plant combinations.

Perennial Wildflowers
Favorite hardy wildflowers and tips on growing them, from wildflower expert Miriam Goldberger Jenkins.

Summer Flowering Bulbs for the Garden
Summer flowering bulbs add color and a tropical flair in your garden, long after spring blooming bulbs have faded.

How to Grow Salad Greens
Grow salad greens for a continual harvest of tender leaves. These are some of the easiest plants to grow and you can be harvesting for weeks.

How to Choose Valentine's Day Flowers for a Gardener
Choosing flowers for someone who gardens can be as intimidating as cooking for a gourmet. Don’t think that because they grow flowers, they don't like receiving them as a gift. Many gardeners hate to cut flowers from their own gardens to bring indoors; they like to see their garden full of splendor. So a gift of cut flowers or a flowering plant is a guilt free pleasure that might just inspire them to garden some more.

Clever Ways to Reuse Plastic Gardening Pots
Clever ways to recycle and re-purpose old black plastic plant containers.

Why Don't My Plants Bloom?
It's a common complaint, why aren't my flowering blooming? Here are the top 5 reasons for plants not flowering.

Easiest Flowers to Grow in the Garden
Flowers that can be started inexpensively from seed, outdoors in your garden. These annual flowers grow quickly and bloom for months.

Can You Grow Roses From Cuttings? Sometimes.
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Grow the Best Fruits and Vegetables in the Backyard Garden
How-to articles for growing great vegetables, herbs, fruits and berries in the home garden.

Symptoms of Early Blight on Tomato Plants
Many diseases cause leaf spotting on tomatoes. Early blight can cause leaf spots as well as spots on the stems and tomato fruits. Photos and symptoms of early blight disease.

What to do About Early Blight on Tomatoes
Early blight fungus is a common tomato problem, which can weaken plants and reduce the amount of tomatoes they produce. Here are some suggestions for controlling and managing early blight.

What is Early Blight Disease of Tomatoes?
Early blight is a very common fungal disease that can affect all parts of the tomato plants. Here are photos and tips to help you identify early blight on your plants.

Transplanting Seedlings Successfully
Tender seedlings need special care, when transplanting them into the garden. Follow these tips for successful transplanting.

Always Remove the Flowers from Cuttings
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Then Remove Almost All the Leaves.
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Prepare the Stem for Rooting.
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Use a Rooting Hormone to Promote Fast Rooting.
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Cover the Cutting and Wait.
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Plant the Cutting.
Ever wonder if you could root and grow branches from your favorite rose bush? With a little care, roses root very easily. You won't always get exactly what you started with, but it's fun trying. And here's how.

Interplanting Flowers and Herbs in the Vegetable Garden
Vegetable gardens benefit greatly from the addition of some flowers and herbs. It's not just beauty, interplanting can protect your vegetables from insects and even make them more productive.

Broccoli Raab - An Easy to Grow Broccoli Cousin
Broccoli raab, a leafy green vegetable with a flavor similar to broccoli, is much easier to grow. Here are tips to get you started.

Flower Gardens: Where to Start and What to Grow
Tips and ideas for growing flowers, choosing which to grow,designing a flower garden and keeping them growing.

Add a Spicy-Sweetness to Your Garden
For old-fashioned charm, you can't beat border pinks. The ruffled petals of these perennial plants have a spicy scent that conjures up memories of childhood gardens.

Growing Comfrey: Comfrey Herbs Overview & Maintenance
Growing comfrey in home gardens is as easy as planting and stepping back. Comfrey grows well in most any sunny spot with a rich soil. Comfrey plants are as useful as they are ornamental. Here are some tips for success in growing comfrey in your garden.

Plant Disease & Insect Damage Identification and Solutions
All plants eventually have some type of problem. Identifying the disease or insect pest is the first step to correcting sick plants. Once you know what the bug or disease is, you can usually cure the problem. If there’s something wrong with your plant, here’s the place to fix the problem.

What is a determinate tomato variety?
Determinate tomato varieties tend to reach a fixed height and ripen all their fruit in a short period of time.

How to Grow Scallions - One of the Easiest Vegetables to Grow
Call them scallions, green onions or bunching onions, they are all easy and quick to grow. Here are some tips for a long season of spring onions.

Hypertufa Troughs - Instructions for Making Your Own
Hypertufa is easy to make yourself at home. Although it can be messy, it’s also a lot of fun. Here are some basic recipes and some creative suggestions.

Stratification of Seeds to Break Dormancy
Stratification is a means of simulating the chilling and warming that seeds would endure if left outdoors in their native climate for the winter.

Feb / March 2014 Gardening Photo Challenge - Winter Color
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Feb / March 2014 Gardening Photo Challenge - Winter Color
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Feb / March 2014 Gardening Photo Challenge - Winter Color
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How to Grow Spiderwort - A Beautiful Blue Spring Bloomer
Spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana) is best known as a brilliant blue spring flower, that blooms for months. Here are tips for growing spiderwort in your garden.

How to Grow Cauliflower
Cauliflower is not the easiest vegetable to grow, but with these tips, you should be able to enjoy a delicious harvest from your vegetable garden.

Growing Winter Squash - Winter Squash is More Than Pumpkins
Winter squash takes all season to grow, but you can store and eat it all winter, long after the vegetable garden has gone to sleep. Many winter squash varieties are good choices for the home vegetable garden.

Flowering Perennial Plants that Need No Division
These 10 perennial flowering plants need division only every 10 years or so - if at all. If you are looking to make your garden lower in maintenance, consider planting a few of these flowers, saving your back for turning the compost.

Garden Gloves - Choosing the Right Garden Glove for the Job
For gardeners who wear gloves, there is no perfect pair. There are gloves for wet work, gloves for abrasive work, gloves for delicate work... But we all have our favorites. I'm still quite partial to Foxgloves, myself. I am also grateful for my heavy-weight gloves every spring and fall. But I've been trying more of the wonder fabrics coming on the market. Here are 4 gloves recommended by me and some of my fellow gardeners.

Growing Vegetables A-Z
Growing tips and recommendations for growing the most popular vegetables in a home vegetable garden.

Growing Vegetables A-Z
Growing tips and recommendations for growing the most popular vegetables in a home vegetable garden.

Growing Vegetables A-Z
Growing tips and recommendations for growing the most popular vegetables in a home vegetable garden.

Gardening Trends - The Best Gardening Trends of the Last Decade
Here are the Best Gardening Trends of the 2000s. Garden design concepts that changed the way we garden.

Award Winning Roses
Description of All American Selection Roses

Using Bean Sprouts
Ideas for using bean sprouts in recipes

What You'll Need to Grow Bean Sprouts
Here are all the things you will need, from seeds to fresh water, to grow your own bean sprouts. Page 2.

Soaking Bean Seeds to Make Bean Sprouts
The first step to making bean sprouts is soaking the seeds in water. Page 3.

Draining and Rinsing Bean Sprouts is Crucial to Keeping Them Fresh.
Tips for keeping your bean sprouts from spoiling. Page 4.

Growing Bean Sprouts
How to tell when bean sprouts are ready. Page 5.

What to do about Mushrooms in the Lawn and Garden
Don't be alarmed if you see mushrooms popping up in your lawn, mulch or garden. They are a sign of good soil health and lead to healthy plants.

Berries for the Edible Landscape
Plants for an edible landscape need to look good all season and be able to withstand animals and the open elements. Berry plants fit the bill perfectly.

How to Plant in Wide Rows
Wide rows help you grow more food and take full advantage of limited vegetable garden space. Here are some options and ideas for laying them out.

How to Shape and Grow Square Pumpkins
Have some fun with your pumpkins this year and grow them into squares and other unexpected shapes. Here's how.

Growing Artemisia
Artemisia is a large genus of silvery-gray foliage plants Here are some that make excellent garden plants and tips for how to care for them.

How to Grow Easy Care Morning Glories
Fast growing morning glories are one of the easiest flowering vines to grow. They add charm and hide eyesores. Here are some tips to get them going.

What does Grafting Mean?
Many plants, such as fruit trees and roses, tell you they are grafted and should be planted a certain way. Here's what grafting means and why it matters to the gardener.

How to Grow Bok Choy
Bok choy may go by multiple names, including pak choy and bok choi, but it is probably the most familiar Asian green. It is also extremely easy to grow. Here are some tips to get it going.

Are Runner Beans Edible?
Runner beans are often grown for their flowers, but they're edible, too. In one package, you get green beans and butter beans. Here's how easy they are to grow and use.

Preparing and Using Runner Beans
Runner beans aren't just beautiful, they are also a great eating bean. Here are some tips for growing and using runner beans. Page 2.

Growing Annual Bachelor's Buttons (Centaurea cyanus)
Cornflowers, or Bachelor Buttons, are probably best known for their true-blue flowers, but they actually come in may colors. Here's how to plant and grow them in your garden.

When Vines Don't Climb
Some vines cling, others coil and a few don't even climb at all. Here's how to tell what type of vine you are growing and how to grow it.

Growing Vines that Twin as They Climb
Vines that twin will coil their stems around thin supports, as they climb up them. Here are some examples. Page 2.

Growing Vines that Cling by Tendrils
Some vines send out thin stems in search of something to coil around. These tendrils are how the vines discussed here grow upward. Page 3.

Destructive Vines that Cling with Their Roots
Some vines can be beautiful, but destructive. Vines that cling with aerial roots, like the ones discussed here, should be grown with caution. Page 4.

Super Food Collard Greens can be Grown Anywhere
Collard greens aren't just for the south. These nutrient packed greens will grow just about any where. Here are some tips to get you started.

Pruning Winter Squash Vines
Winter squash plants are long, sprawling vines that can take over your garden. It's OK to prune them, if you follow these tips. You'll still get delicious winter squash.

How to Grow Soybeans
Soybeans are extremely nutritious and versatile beans. Gardeners can grow a nice sized crop in the garden or even in containers. Here's how easy they are to grow.

How to Clean Plant Containers for Winter Storage
How to clean and store plant containers, at the end of the season.

Cleaning and Sterilizing Plant Containers
A quick and easy way to sterilize your plant containers, before you pack them away for the winter. Don't let problems over-winter. Page 2.

How to Safely Store Plant Containers for the Winter
Keep your plant containers clean and safe for the winter, so they'll be ready to grab and use next spring. Page 3.

Downy Mildew on Impatiens Plants
Downy mildew is becoming a big problem of impatiens plants. Here are symptoms to look for and what to do about them.

What to Do about Downy Mildew on Impatiens
You can't cure downy mildew of impatiens plants, but there are some ways to prevent it. Here's some help to keep your plants growing and blooming. Page 2.

Growing and Using Jerusalem Artchhokes (Sunchokes)
Jerusalem artichokes, also called sunchokes, are members of the sunflower family, grown for their edible tubers. Sunchokes grow just about anywhere. Tips for growing and cooking Jerusalem artichokes.

What is a Taproot?
Plants with taproots are great at handling long dry periods, but they also have their drawbacks. Learn what a taproot is and how to deal with plants that have them.

How to Transplant a Tomato Seedling
Tomatoes can be planted deeper than they grew in their pots, because of something called adventitious roots. Here are some tips.

Planting Tomatoes Deeper than They Were in the Pot
Most plants need to be planted at the same depth they were in their pots, but not tomatoes. Here are some ideas for growing stronger tomato plants, by planting deeply. Page 2.

Planting Tomato
Getting your tomato plants in the ground and planted well will get them off to a strong start. here are some tips for how to plant tomatoes. Page 3.

Tips for Growing Strong Tomato Plants
Growing tomato plants is easier if you get them well established at the start. Here's an easy, effective way to plant tomato plants. Page 4.

Growing Crassula Plants
Crassula plants are a large group of succulent plants that include Jade plants and many intriguing and oddly shaped specimens. Tips for growing crassula plants, indoors and out.

Caring for Crassula Plants
Succulents are some of the easiest plants to care for and Crassula are no exception. Whether it's the shrubby Jade plant or the smaller stacking Crassula, they deliver year round. Tips for caring for Crassula plants. Page 2.

How to Make Garden Imprinted Candles - Gifts from the Garden
Candles make any day a special occasion. Candle making is a messy, time-consuming endeavor and there’s no limit of candles readily available everywhere. But you can take a store bought candle and add a personal touch from your garden. Here’s how to imprint your candles with pressed flowers and leaves preserved from garden treasures. They make great gifts too.

Garden Imprinted Candles - Easy to Make Gifts
Candles make any day a special occasion. Candle making is a messy, time-consuming endeavor and there’s no limit of candles readily available everywhere. But you can take a store bought candle and add a personal touch from your garden. Here’s how to imprint your candles with pressed flowers and leaves preserved from garden treasures. They make great gifts too. Page 2.

Garden Imprinted Candles - Easy to Make Gifts from the Garden
Candles make any day a special occasion. Candle making is a messy, time-consuming endeavor and there’s no limit of candles readily available everywhere. But you can take a store bought candle and add a personal touch from your garden. Here’s how to imprint your candles with pressed flowers and leaves preserved from garden treasures. They make great gifts too. Page 3.

Garden Imprinted Candles - Easy to Make Gifts
Candles make any day a special occasion. Candle making is a messy, time-consuming endeavor and there’s no limit of candles readily available everywhere. But you can take a store bought candle and add a personal touch from your garden. Here’s how to imprint your candles with pressed flowers and leaves preserved from garden treasures. They make great gifts too. Page 4.

Garden Imprinted Candles - Easy to Make Gifts
Candles make any day a special occasion. Candle making is a messy, time-consuming endeavor and there’s no limit of candles readily available everywhere. But you can take a store bought candle and add a personal touch from your garden. Here’s how to imprint your candles with pressed flowers and leaves preserved from garden treasures. They make great gifts too. Page 5.

Quick and Easy Gardening Journal
Here's a quick, easy way to keep track of what you plant, where you plant it and how it's doing in a gardening journal that grows with your garden.

Organizing a Gardening Journal
You are more likely to keep a garden journal if it's easy to keep it organized and up to date. Here's a short cut to keeping all your garden notes handy in a gardening journal. Page 2.

A Photo Gardening Journal
Sometimes photos are the best way to keep track of what's going on in your garden. Digital cameras make it easy to keep a photo journal of your garden. Here are more ideas for pulling together an ongoing journal of your garden. Page 3.

Using a Gardening Journal
A garden journal, just like a garden, is an evolving work. Here are some suggestions and tips for what to include in your garden journal and how to get the most from it. Page 4.

How to Grow Mizuna
Tips for growing and caring for Mizuna plants, a Japanese green that's delicious fresh in salads or lightly cooked.

Growing Reliable Daylilies
You won't find an easier plant to grow than daylilies. There's a reason they are such popular plants. Page 9.

Columbine (Aquiligia species and Hybrids)
Columbine plants are easy growing and a great option for the period between early spring bloomers and peak season. Page 7.

Grow a cloud of blue with Russian sage plants.
Russian sage plants slowly burst into bloom, getting more and more vivid as the flowers open. Page 8.

Repeat blooming, low maintenance catmint plants.
New catmint varieties are well-behaved plants that repeat bloom in shades of bluish-purple and they don't require a lot of extra care from the gardener. Page 6.

Easy to Grow Hardy Geraniums
Hardy geranium plants are very low maintenance. They will weave and spill through other plants in the garden and many repeat bloom all summer. Page 5.

Growing Undemanding Bleeding Heart (Dicentra species)
Bleeding Heart plants are one of the highlights of the spring garden. Once established, they will bloom reliably for years, with minimal care. Page 4.

Growing Low Maintenance Heuchera Plants
Heuchera plants may not all have coral bells, but they look good even when not in bloom and are very low maintenance. Page 3.

Growing Low Maintenance Veronica spicata (Spike Speedwell)
Veronica plants (Spike Speedwell) are good choices for a lower maintenance garden, with few problems, and a long period of bloom. Page 2.

Peonies are easy care, long-lived plants well suited to northern gardens.
Peonies have so many qualities to recommend them. They are beautiful, require minimal maintenance, have a wonderful scent and live forever. Page 10.

Fool Proof Perennial Plants for the Northeast
Astilbe plants add an airiness to the garden, without adding a lot of high maintenance. There are varieties that bloom throughout the summer.

Ups-A-Daisy - Plant Container Insert
Ups-A-Daisy is a false bottom for overly large planters. It will save on soil and keep containers from becoming unduly heavy. However it doesn’t fit all planter sizes and sometimes you actually need the extra soil, even if it means you can’t lift the pot.

Forcing Spring Blooming Bulbs - Bulb Forcing Tips and Techniques
Spring bulbs can be made to bloom early and indoors. It’s called forcing bulbs and it’s pretty easy to do. Here’s how to force spring blooming bulbs and suggestions for which bulbs to force.

When to Cut Back the Leaves of Spring Bulbs?
Spring flowering bulbs are such a welcome sight, but once they fade, we're left with the problem of their yellowing leaves. Don't cut them back. Here are better ways to hide them.

Vines for Adding Height and Color
Vines, whether annual or perennial, tend to weave their way through the garden, working wonders for adding color and height.

Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Houseplants - December 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
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Urban Rooftop Gardens
Tips for creating a rooftop garden in an urban setting, including choosing containers and plants for gardening on a roof.

Wild and Weedy: Weeds in the Garden
Are weeds simply a plant in the wrong place? Well, not really. Some of them are real problems in our home gardens. Here are some tips for managing weeds in your garden:

Controlling Weeds in Your Garden
controlling weeds, weeding, cut down on weeds, how to get rid of weeds in the garden, weeding tips. Page 2.

Hydrangeas Lady in Red and Limelight
Hydrangeas are experiencing a resurgence of interest by both gardeners and breeders. Here are two recent introductions generating a good deal of interest are Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' and H. macrophylla 'Lady in Red'.

Hydrangeas Limelight and Lady in Red
These are not your grandmothers hydrangeas. This old-fashioned favorite is stepping out in style as the Lady in Red and Limelight.. Page 2.

Exercises for Gardeners - Warming Up for Gardening Season
Gardening is great exercise, but few gardeners warm up and stretch before gardening. The most common gardening injuries are back strain and knee pain. A bit of easy stretching and watching how you move in the garden, can go a long way toward lessening the occurrence of problems. Here are some tips.

How to Garden Green - Top 5 Easy Ways to Garden Greener
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More Easy Ways to Garden Greener
Even gardeners who are conscious of being environmentally sound in there gardeners can forget about it in the rest of their yard. Here are more easy steps to make your garden greener. Page 2.

Designing Herb Gardens - Planning a Garden for Growing Herbs
Herbs don’t need to be grown in a garden of their own, but a designated herb garden is a luxury for all the senses and working in an herb garden is as much pleasure as it is toil. Whether you want an iconic four-square herb garden, a scented herb border or a few kitchen herbs on the windowsill, here are some tips for creating an herb garden to enjoy.

Organic Pest and Disease Solutions for a Safer Garden
Gardening organically doesn't mean you have to surrender your garden to pests and diseases. There are many organic pesticide products and biological controls that will help you ward off everything from aphids to weeds. Once you get your gardening moving in an organic direction, it is actually easier to maintain than a garden dependent on synthetic chemicals and amendments. Here are some organic insect and disease controls to start with.

Gardening Step-by-Step (Complete with Pictures)
When it comes to taking care of your lovingly tended garden plants, sometimes words are not enough. Here are a series of gardening step-by-step tutorials to show you how to start seeds, create a new garden, divide, take cuttings...

Xeriscaping: Drought-Tolerant Plants for the Conscientious Gardener
Designing a drought-tolerant, or xeric, garden doesn't mean you can't use plants you already love. Many garden plants are very drought-tolerant, as you can see from the list of plants here and the tips for creating a successful drought-tolerant garden.

Tips for a Successful Drought-Tolerant Garden
Designing a drought-tolerant, or xeric, garden doesn't mean you can't use plants you already love. Many garden plants are very drought-tolerant, as you can see from these tips for creating a successful drought-tolerant garden. Page 2.

Drought-Tolerant Plant List
Designing a drought-tolerant, or xeric, garden doesn't mean you can't use plants you already love. Many garden plants are very drought-tolerant, as you can see from the list of plants here, to include in your xeriscape garden. Page 3.

Container Gardens - Choosing Plants to Use in Your Container Garden
Container gardens offer the advantage of changing your garden with every season. The choice of plant material is limited only by your climate and your imagination. Keep in mind the scale of the container and how aggressively the plant grows. While you want your container garden to look full, fast growers will quickly outgrow their pots. The following choices should get you thinking.

Choosing Bulbs for Forcing
Many spring blooming bulbs can be forced into blooming earlier. Here's a list of varieties to try. Page 2.

Christmas Cactus - Growing and Caring for Christmas Cactus
Christmas Cactus. Growing and caring for Christmas cactus plants in the home. How to propagate more Christmas cactus plants. Page 4.

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Delicata Squash - The Sweet Potato Squash
Delicata squash are a wonderful choice for home vegetable gardens. The vines are well behaved and the squash fruits are a nice size for 2-4 people.

What pH constitutes acidic soil?
You've had your garden soil tested and you've been told it's acidic. Now what?

What are garden soil amendments?
You've read you should amend your garden soil, but just what are soil amendments?

Winter Vegetables
Tips for curing, storing and enjoying your vegetables well into winter.

Garden Ornaments - September 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
The winning photos from the 2013 Garden Ornament Photo Challenge and ideas for using ornaments in your garden. Page 3.

Garden Ornaments - September 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
The winning photos from the 2013 Garden Ornament Photo Challenge and ideas for using ornaments in your garden. Page 4.

Garden Ornaments - September 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
The winning photos from the 2013 Garden Ornament Photo Challenge and ideas for using ornaments in your garden. Page 6.

Garden Ornaments - September 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
The winning photos from the 2013 Garden Ornament Photo Challenge and ideas for using ornaments in your garden. Page 7.

Garden Ornaments - September 2013 Gardening Photo Challenge
The winning photos from the 2013 Garden Ornament Photo Challenge and ideas for using ornaments in your garden. Page 9.

Philadelphia Flower Show 2010 - Cut Flowers
Cut flowers in the market place at the 2010 Philadelphia Flower Show. Page 12.

Clivia
Clivia or Kaffir Lily. Gardening. Page 5.

Potted Amaryllis
Potted Amaryllis. Gardening. Page 15.

Summersweet (Clethra alnifolia)
Summersweet (Clethra alnifolia) Page 6.

Small Space Vegetable Gardening
Inspiration for creating a Small Space Vegetable Garden that delivers big yields. Page 11.

Euphorbia hypericifolia
You might mistake Euphorbia hypericifolia, like Diamond Frost and Breathless Blush, for Baby's Breath, but these wispy, mounding plants are not babies. Their delicate looks belie their hardy temperaments. Euphorbia hypericifolia is drought tolerant, needs no deadheading, is deer resistant and blooms pretty much continually.

Gardening
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Poinsettia as a Perennial
Poinsettia as a Perennial. Gardening. Page 3.

How to Plant a Strawberry Pot
How to Plant a Strawberry Pot. Gardening.

Bromeliad
Bromeliad. Gardening. Page 3.

Bacopa 'Snowtopia White'
Bacopa 'Snowtopia White'. Gardening. Page 3.

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How to Make Herbal Sugars
Just as herbal butters, oils and vinegars infuse your cooking with flavors from the herb garden, herbal sugars can be made easily and used to flavor things like baked goods and drinks.

Mailorder Gardening Association 2006 Winners
Mail Order Gardening Association 2006 Winners

Mailorder Gardening Association 2006 Green Thumb Award Winners
Mail Order Gardening Association Green Thumb Award Winners 2006

Deutzia 'Chardonnay Pearls'
Deutzia 'Chardonnay Pearls'. Gardening.

Fragrant Abelia
Fragrant Abelia. Gardening. Page 5.

Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'
Hydrangea 'Limelight'. Gardening. Page 2.

Gardening How-To Videos
Gardening how-to video library. 2 Minute Videos to Help Make You A Better Gardener. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. The videos in this gallery will show you how to prune roses and shrubs, plant trees - even make your garden look larger than it is!

Gardening How-To Videos
Gardening how-to video library. 2 Minute Videos to Help Make You A Better Gardener. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. The videos in this gallery will show you how to prune roses and shrubs, plant trees - even make your garden look larger than it is!

Gardening How-To Videos
Gardening how-to video library. 2 Minute Videos to Help Make You A Better Gardener. Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. The videos in this gallery will show you how to prune roses and shrubs, plant trees - even make your garden look larger than it is!

Echinacea 'Sundown' (Big Sky Series)
Echinacea 'Sundown' (Big Sky Series). Page 6.

Echinacea 'Sunrise' (Big Sky Series)
Echinacea 'Sunrise' (Big Sky Series). Page 5.

Echinacea 'Sunset' (Big Sky Series)
Echinacea 'Sunset' (Big Sky Series). Page 8.

Garden Design: Combining Plants - Nepeta
Garden design is really all about combining plants in different ways. Here, one plant in the garden is used in 3 different ways.

Designing an Herb Garden
Designing an Herb Garden. Gardening.

Free Garden Design - Sunny Border
Free Garden Design - Sunny Border

How to Design a Butterfly Garden
How to Design a Butterfly Garden

Helianthus (Sunflowers)
Helianthus (Sunflowers). Gardening. Page 5.

Heliopsis helianthoides (False Sunflower)
Heliopsis helianthoides (False Sunflower). Page 6.

Delphinium Walkway
Delphinium Walkway. Gardening. Page 11.

Using Hot Colors in the Garden
Hot, bold colored plants can add excitement to a garden or they can over power it. Here's some advice on using them with discretion. Page 16.

Lack of Structure in Garden Design
Cottage gardens can look messy without an underlying structure. The easiest way to fix that is to use shrubs for structure. Page 9.

Making Shrubs the Focus of Your Garden
Shrubs give a lot of bang for the buck. They give the garden stature and a sense of maturity. Page 13.

Pastels Make Using Color in the Garden Easy
Pastels have the obliging habit of playing well with one another. Using mostly pastel colors in your garden design will help the end product look cohesive. Page 15.

Keeping a Clean Edge in the Garden
This sharp garden edge makes a garden look polished and finished. Page 3.

Define Your Garden with Paths
Adding paths to an existing garden allows you to impose a sense of order to the plants. It helps you regroup, while adding interest for garden visitors.. Page 11.

The Subtle Use of Color in the Garden
Mixing and matching flower colors can be tricky. Sometimes limiting your choice of color can be more freeing than going with a mixed bag. . Page 17.

Flower Colors that Complement Each Other
They may be opposite each other on the color wheel, but complementary colors, like blue and yellow, bring out the best in each other.. Page 18.

Using Edging to Create a Path
Pathways between garden beds can blend in with the garden, if there is no clean edge defining the path, as shown here.. Page 12.

Considering Colored Mulches
Do your mulch compete with your plants or complement it? That's something to consider, before you invest in a mulch that works against you.. Page 4.

Create Mystery with a Garden Path
The best gardens unfold slowly. A path that leads you, with surprises at every turn, turns an ordinary garden into story.. Page 8.

Dark Mulch Provides Contrast in the Garden
Don't ignore the color of the mulch you put under your plants, when designing your garden.. Page 7.

Direct the Eye with Shrubs as Garden Focal Points
A garden without focal points leaves you wondering where to settle your gaze. Large plants, like these well-placed shrubs, provide a point of reference.. Page 10.

Edging to Define a Garden Bed
Few things make a garden look fresh and orderly like a clean edge. It's not the most fun thing to do, but you'll sure feel better when it's done.. Page 2.

Edging a Garden, for Ease and Looks
Edging a garden border can be an endless chore or something more creative. Here's one gardener's solution.. Page 5.

Mulch the Garden for Contrast
Mulch serves a lot of purposes in the garden. One not often considered is how the contrast of dark mulch makes plants look green and lush. Here's an example.. Page 6.

Too Much Color in the Garden?
What to do when all those impulse plant buys leave you with a color riot in the garden.. Page 14.

Black Lace Elderberry (Sambucus nigra 'Eva')
Black Lace Elderberry (Sambucus nigra 'Eva'). Page 3.

Bottlebrush - Fothergilla major
Bottlebrush - Fothergilla major. Gardening. Page 4.

Koreanspice Viburnum (Viburnum carlesii)
Koreanspice Viburnum (Viburnum carlesii) Page 8.

My Monet Weigela (Weigela florida 'Verweig')
My Monet Weigela (Weigela florida 'Verweig'). Page 10.

Smooth Witherod Viburnum (Viburnum nudum)
Smooth Witherod Viburnum (Viburnum nudum). Page 7.

Wine & Roses Weigela (Weigela florida 'Alexandra')
Wine & Roses Weigela (Weigela florida 'Alexandra'). Page 9.

Small Space Gardening - Containers
Small Space Gardening - Containers. Page 8.

Small Space Gardening - Creative Fencing
Small Space Gardening - Creative Fencing. Page 6.

Small Space Gardening - Espalied Fruit Trees
Small Space Gardening - Espalied Fruit Trees. Page 12.

Small Space Gardening - Front Yard Gardens
Small Space Gardening - Front Yard Gardens. Page 2.

Small Space Gardening - Gardening Around a Patio
Small Space Gardening - Gardening Around a Patio. Page 10.

Small Space Gardens - Landscaping a Town House
Small Space Gardens - Landscaping a Town House. Page 5.

Small Space Gardens - Flower Island on a Hill
Small Space Gardens - Flower Island on a Hill. Page 3.

Small Space Gardens - Creating a Flower Border
Small Space Gardens - Creating a Flower Border. Page 7.

Small Space Gardening - Framing a Window
Small Space Gardening - Framing a Window. Page 4.

Small Space Gardening - Terraced Front Yard Gardens
Small Space Gardening - Terraced Front Yard Gardens. Page 9.

Country Style Garden Decorations
Country Style Garden Decorations. Page 2.

Decorating the Garden Path
Decorating the Garden Path. Gardening. Page 4.

Kitchen Sink Garden Fountain
Kitchen Sink Garden Fountain. Gardening. Page 6.

Tea Set Garden Decorations
Tea Set Garden Decorations. Gardening. Page 5.

Garden Art - Old Wash Tub as Flower Planter
Garden Art - Old Wash Tub as Flower Planter. Page 3.

Garden Art
Garden Art. Gardening.

Garden Statue
Garden Statue. Gardening. Page 3.

Garden Statuary
Garden Statuary. Gardening. Page 5.

Garden Signs
Garden Signs. Gardening. Page 4.

Whimsy in the Garden
Whimsy in the Garden. Gardening. Page 2.

Backyard Frog Pond
Backyard Frog Pond. Gardening.

Backyard Pond in Virginia
Backyard Pond in Virginia. Gardening. Page 2.

Bird at Frozen Pond
Bird at Frozen Pond. Gardening. Page 4.

Frozen Backyard Pond in Winter
Frozen Backyard Pond in Winter. Gardening. Page 3.

Home Water Garden in Pakistan
Home Water Garden in Pakistan. Gardening. Page 8.

Water Garden Pond in Pakistan
Water Garden Pond in Pakistan. Gardening. Page 5.

Water Garden in Pakistan
Water Garden in Pakistan. Gardening. Page 6.

Water Gardening in Pakistan
Water Gardening in Pakistan. Page 7.

Five Easy Ways to Fix an Overgrown Garden
At some point, everyone's garden starts to look a little overgrown. The following 5 ideas will make your garden look better immediately, with a minimum of effort.

Tomato 'Margherita'
Tomato 'Margherita'. Gardening. Page 12.

Tomato 'Mountain Magic'
Tomato 'Mountain Magic'. Gardening. Page 13.

Tomato 'Rambling Gold Stripe'
Tomato 'Rambling Gold Stripe'. Gardening. Page 14.

Tomato 'Sugary' 2005 AAS Winner
Tomato 'Sugary' 2005 AAS Winner. Gardening. Page 15.

Tomato 'Tumbling Junior Yellow'
Tomato 'Tumbling Junior Yellow'. Gardening. Page 16.

Tomato 'Little Sun Yellow'
Tomato 'Little Sun Yellow'. Gardening. Page 11.

Tomato 'Big Beef' 1994 AAS Winner
Tomato 'Big Beef' 1994 AAS Winner. Page 2.

Tomato 'Brandymaster Pink' F1
Tomato 'Brandymaster Pink' F1. Gardening. Page 3.

Tomato 'Containers Choice' F1
Tomato 'Containers Choice' F1. Gardening. Page 4.

Tomato 'Country Taste'
Tomato 'Country Taste'. Gardening. Page 5.

Tomato 'First Light'
Tomato 'First Light'. Gardening. Page 6.

Tomato 'Fried Green' F1
Tomato 'Fried Green' F1. Gardening. Page 7.

Tomato 'Green Envy'
Tomato 'Green Envy'. Gardening. Page 8.

Tomato 'Husky Gold' 1993 AAS Winner
Tomato 'Husky Gold' 1993 AAS Winner. Page 9.

Tomato 'Jolly' 2001 AAS Winner
Tomato 'Jolly' 2001 AAS Winner. Gardening. Page 10.

Small City Terrace Garden
An example of a small city terrace garden oasis. Page 22.

Small City Yard Garden
How to make every space count, in a small city yard garden. Page 11.

Small Garden Dining Area
How clustering plants can create an intimate garden dining spot. Page 12.

Small Urban Lawns - Caring for a Lawn in the City
Tips for planting and caring for a small urban lawn. Page 13.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 7.

Terrace Garden Walkway
Comparison of a terrace garden and a plain city terrace. Page 23.

Creating a Garden on a Terrace.
How to turn your terrace into a garden paradise. Page 25.

City Terrace Garden
Here's a city terrace garden that looks like a little bit of country. Page 24.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 6.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 5.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 14.

All America Rose Selection 2011 - Walking on Sunshine TM
Info on growing and caring for the 2011 All America Rose Selection Walking on Sunshine TM. Page 3.

2011 All America Rose Selection Walking on Sunshine TM
Tips for growing the 2011 All America Rose Selection Walking on Sunshine TM. Page 4.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 17.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 8.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 15.

Urban Gardening - Photos of Urban Gardens, from Rooftops to Container Vegetables.
Photos of ideas for urban gardening, from rooftop gardens to small backyards and container vegetables. Page 16.

Potting Shed Rooftop Garden
A garden on top of a potting shed roof. Page 19.