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Today, regular GPOD contributor Cherry Ong from British Columbia, Canada, is sharing photos from a trip she took recently. Thought your readers ...

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Today’s photos are from Emily Berger. I wanted to share some photos of my Detroit home garden. I’m a professional photographer, so I happen to ...

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Barb Stigen is sharing photos today of an incredible greenhouse she created with her husband in Alaska. It all started with 36 antique ...

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Follow along as Laura from Garden Answer spruces up her new property with some new shrubs with the help of her favorite Espoma products! Featured Products: ...

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Fall is a wonderful time of year for gardeners for so many reasons. It finally cools down so you can actually weed and prune without breaking a ...

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Fall is a wonderful time of year for gardeners for so many reasons. It finally cools down so you can actually weed and prune without breaking a ...

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Today we’re visiting Nancy Kressin’s garden. I have been building my garden in the Boston neighborhood of West Roxbury for 24 years, with the ...

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The heat will break this month, and so begins our second growing season of the year! September is a busy time in the Southern Plains as we kick ...

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September in the Pacific Northwest is a very transitory time. The garden wants to continue summer but is also headed into fall. The two distinct ...

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It may still be hot and dry here in the Mid-Atlantic, but we are getting a little glimpse of hope when there is a cooler day now and then. Those ...

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Plant perennial herbs. Herbs such as rosemary (Rosmarinus spp. and cvs., Zones 8–11), sage (Salvia officinalis, Zones 4–8), thyme (Thymus ...

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My name is Lloree Dickens. I reside in the plains region of North Dakota. I’ve been gardening off and on for several years. I own a small ranch ...

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