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Today we’re visiting Cindy Lindstedt’s garden in Wisconsin. I have been gardening for 25 years, am certified as a Southeastern Wisconsin Master ...

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If you’ve ever struggled through a dry summer with a hose in one hand and a watering can in the ...

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A long-standing myth among tomato lovers is that home-grown tomatoes taste the best. But it’s the ...

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Today we’re seeing a beautiful garden created by Syd Carpenter. We’ve visited her home garden before (Last Summer in Syd Carpenter’s ...

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Do you ever find yourself recommending the same handful of plants to friends and neighbors? We do. These might not being the ...

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Do you ever find yourself recommending the same handful of plants to friends and neighbors? We do. These might not being the ...

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Today Jay Sifford, an award-winning landscape designer in North Carolina, is sharing his home garden. For the past two years, I’ve ...

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Lupines (Lupinius spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9) are beloved, old-fashioned garden plants that are on the wish list for many gardeners. ...

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We always wonder when we hear people say that they don’t like blueberries whether they’ve ever had ripe, freshly picked blueberries. ...

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Getting annuals to self-seed year after year in the Northern Plains primarily relies on what sort of winter we have. Sufficient snow ...

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We are fortunate in the southeastern United States to be able to grow a wide variety of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous perennials in ...

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I think it is fair to say that when most of us think of ground covers, we imagine low, mounding, and spreading plants. Although that ...

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