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The Most Popular Flower Names of the Past 100 Years
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The Most Popular Flower Names of the Past 100 Years

Anyone who lived through the 1990s remembers the time when it felt like everyone was naming their children Britney or...
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Six Tips for a Dog-Friendly Garden
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Six Tips for a Dog-Friendly Garden

If you are lucky enough to have a garden, you certainly want your dog to enjoy it too! But before...
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“Picture” Your Future Garden with Our Plant Identifier Tool
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“Picture” Your Future Garden with Our Plant Identifier Tool

Become a garden expert with our plant and flower image search tool Are you the type who snaps a picture...
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Hydrangea Heaven
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Hydrangea Heaven

Hydrangeas are blooming beautifully right now. Follow these tips for watering, fertilizing, and pruning your hydrangeas. One of the biggest...
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Perennial Care: How to Keep Perennials Healthy During Hot Summer Days
Perennials

Perennial Care: How to Keep Perennials Healthy During Hot Summer Days

How to keep your perennials flowers beautiful this season We’ve all been looking forward to the warmer weather and the...
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How to Plant a Hedge
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How to Plant a Hedge

There are many different reasons and locations to plant a hedge: a nice backdrop for your garden, accenting the side or front of a house, more yard privacy, etc. Hedges are easy to care for, easy to plant, and easy on the eyes! Planting a hedge in your yard is one of those great landscape projects that not only adds beauty and privacy, but also can help reduce energy costs and it requires far less maintenance than a traditional wood fence.
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How to Plant Iris, Step-by-Step
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How to Plant Iris, Step-by-Step

Today, we're talking about how to plant an iris. It's pretty easy, so we'll go through it Step-By-Step. Check out the How to Plant Iris video below for more details.
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To Bee or Not to Bee: The Best and Worst States to Be a Bee
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To Bee or Not to Bee: The Best and Worst States to Be a Bee

As climate change continues to sweep the globe, there is one factor that has stuck particularly well in the public’s...
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The Rose- A Brief History
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The Rose- A Brief History

Rose, the world’s most loved flower, has a long and eventful past. Of the about 150 known species of rose, most are considered native to Asia. Carbon dating carried out on the oldest rose fossils place the rose to be some 35 million years old. Roses were first introduced in the garden by the Chinese, roughly 5000 years ago.
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Gardening Guide to Pruning Clematis Vines
Clematis

Gardening Guide to Pruning Clematis Vines

Fear of the Shears How To Prune Clematis Pruning Clematis isn’t nearly as scary as they say. Clematis are almost...
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How to Become Water-Wise
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How to Become Water-Wise

Watering is the most basic and necessary task of gardeners everywhere. With water resources becoming more and more scarce in many regions, it is important to know how to give our gardens a drink with as little waste as possible. Being thrifty with water not only makes us environmentally responsible, but it is better for our gardens as well, since overwatering our gardens can sometimes result in killing our plants with kindness!
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March Checklist
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March Checklist

If the weather is not yet cooperating with your aspirations of planting your garden, there are plenty of gardening tasks to keep you busy.
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Dreaming of Spring
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Dreaming of Spring

Just because it’s snowing outside doesn’t mean you can’t start working inside on your spring garden. How so? By creating a garden dream file.
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Roses—Not Just For Rose Gardens
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Roses—Not Just For Rose Gardens

Some people shy away from planting roses because they may be under the misconception that roses are only for rose gardens. But today’s roses are very different from our grandma’s roses—healthy, robust bushes that love to play with other plants.
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Gardening Tips Winter Gardening

January Checklist

It’s that time of year again; the time when you look longingly out your window and envision your spring garden, though it might be currently frozen under inches (or possibly feet!) of snow. Now is not a time to despair; instead, it’s a time to prepare your yard for spring.
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Fall gardening Flowers Gardening Tips How-to

December Checklist

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! Depending on where you live, you may already be enjoying a winter...
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Bulbs Deer resistant Fall gardening Flowers

Grape Hyacinth: Singin’ the Blues

If you’ve ever planted spring bulbs, you know the joy they bring when they begin to pop up and herald spring’s arrival. One of the best rodent- and deer-resistant bulbs are muscari, or grape hyacinth.
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Bulbs Fall gardening foliage

Grow Beautiful Caladiums Year After Year

Caladiums are the perfect foliage plant for creating bold, bright colors in shady areas. Caladiums are considered annual foliage plants, and are usually tossed at the end of the season and replaced the following year. But with a little care, your caladiums can be saved year after year and even grown indoors during winter months.
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Fall gardening Gardening Tips How-to

October Garden Checklist

This is the time to enjoy fall colors while also preparing your garden for the coming winter. Recommendations are separated out by regions, as different areas cool to different degrees.
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Bulbs Daffodils Fall gardening How-to Spring Gardening

Daffodils: Heralding Spring

Daffodils? Who’s thinking about daffodils this time of year? Well, you should be if you’re looking to add early spring color to your garden. Yes, this is the ideal time to select, purchase, and plant your daffodil bulbs for next spring. So let’s talk about this beloved cheery flower that announces the arrival of spring each year.
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