2017 Flower & Plant Trends Part 2

June 05, 2016

Here is Part 2 of on our visit to the California Spring Trials. 

Edibles – with the increase emphasis on healthy living, there were some breeders seeking to improve old...
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7 Plants That Keep Pests Away

May 21, 2016

I know it is of little comfort to tell you that even the most beautiful of gardens are going to have some insect pests. Whether it is mosquitos, aphids, whiteflies or other little nasty critters...
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Irreconcilable Differences

March 20, 2016

The origins of companion planting in North American vegetable gardens is said to date back to when Native Americans taught the pilgrims how to plant squash, corn and beans. This technique has also...
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While the Weather’s Still Warm…

December 20, 2015

I know you’re reading this title and thinking we’re nuts, but the truth is that in some areas of the country it is still planting season. If you’re fortunate enough to live in...
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DIY: Hanging Herb Garden

November 21, 2015

When I say hanging basket I bet your thoughts turn to beautiful flowers suspended in pots from hooks on a porch or containers with cascading blooms on a deck. Another summer tradition we all enjoy...
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Living on the Ledge

November 01, 2015

Don’t give up the joy of gardening just because it’s getting cold outside. You can still garden in places that maybe you’ve never even considered before. Practically every home,...
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Indoor Herb Gardening

October 18, 2015

It is not your imagination, more and more we all are hearing about herbs and herb gardening. Surveys conducted by The National Gardening Association show that the purchases of herbs have...
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What’s a Biennial?

August 02, 2015

Gardeners throw around terms like perennial, annual and biennial but do you know what these terms really mean? Annuals and perennials are the most familiar terms and are pretty easy to define. An...
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