Here Are Five Fall Gardening Tips

Ah…autumn! The leaves are beginning to change colors and lazily drift from their branches to form an orange, yellow and red carpet on the ground. The breeze has grown cool and crisp and the scent of pumpkin-spice has begun to fill the air. Our gardens are bursting with color from the fall-blooming perennials planted earlier […]

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All About Perennial Mums

Summer has arrived! I hope you are enjoying the warm weather and your gardens bursting with all of the colors of the season. I enjoy taking in the sights and smells of our garden beds while our pollinator friends come to visit! Have you begun thinking about perennial mums? Once the weather turns cool and […]

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Great Garden Books: 19 Choices for a Winter Escape

With the holidays over and the garden still blanketed in snow, what’s a gardener to do to survive the cold, dark days of winter? Dream of spring blooms, of course! And what’s the best way to prepare for a new garden season? Rest, rejuvenate, and reap garden inspiration by reading great garden books! With thousands […]

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Winter in the Garden

How to Winter-Proof Your Garden

As winter pummels the garden and snowdrifts create mini-mountains in your landscape, it’s easy to enjoy the frosty wonderland from inside your home. However, your plants and garden décor may not appreciate the seasonal stress. To protect your garden from harsh winter weather, follow our easy steps to winter-proof your plants and garden goodies. Winter […]

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Great Gifts for Gardeners

As temperatures plummet and snow covers the landscape, garden season may seem ages away—unless you’re lucky to live in a warm zone! Most gardeners start counting the days until spring as soon as the first frost hits. They hoard seed catalogs and dog-ear interesting landscape designs in their favorite books and magazines. Even if the […]

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Perennials for Winter Interest

As the temperatures cool and daylight hours shorten, the beautiful blooms of fall plants fade. Late autumn and winter induce dormancy in many plants. However, your garden can still shine brightly with a bit of planning. You just need to choose the proper perennials that add color, texture, and interest throughout the dreary days of […]

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