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Prune Fruit Trees and Shrubs at The Right Time

Prune Fruit Trees and Shrubs at The Right Time

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No, it's not always the act of pruning that can get tricky, but rather the timing and the type of pruning.

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Willhite Seed Inc.

Willhite Seed Inc.

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Willhite has been around for nearly a century, and if watermelons and cantaloupes are your thing, look no further. Willhite offers seeds for nearly 80 varieties!

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Using Moon Phases as A Planting Guide

Using Moon Phases as A Planting Guide

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At first glance, this gardening technique may not look like much more than luck and a prayer.

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Rosemary Plants as Miniature Christmas Trees

Rosemary Plants as Miniature Christmas Trees

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Personally, I don't have any problem with shaping rosemary bushes into topiaries of any kind.

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Time to Decorate for the Holly-days

Time to Decorate for the Holly-days

The garden is the perfect place to find materials and inspiration for hand-crafted holiday decorations, like chile pepper angels.

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The Winter Pomegranate Harvest

The Winter Pomegranate Harvest

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Remember back in grade school when pomegranates would make our lunch sacks heavy?

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How to Protect Your Garden Plants From Frost

How to Protect Your Garden Plants From Frost

By throwing down just one hard frost, Old Man Winter can kill all but the hardiest of vegetables.

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Center Stage Sage

Center Stage Sage

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A container of sage planted last spring is finally ready for its starring role in one of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes.

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Giving Garden Thanks

Giving Garden Thanks

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Thanksgiving is a time to reflect, enjoy fellowship, and give thanks for what you have.

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Jack Frost in the Winter Vegetable Garden

Jack Frost in the Winter Vegetable Garden

Those of us enjoying the harvest from out fall and early winter vegetable gardens be forewarned; Jack Frost takes no prisoners.

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Pruning Terms Defined

Pruning Terms Defined

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Knowing the definition of pruning terms won't automatically make you a pruning rock star. But, you'll probably know more than your neighbor.

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Picking a Peck of Paprika Peppers

Picking a Peck of Paprika Peppers

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Pepper plants are grown as annuals, but they’re actually perennial plants that can grow indoors during the winter.

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Do You Have A Garden Room?

Do You Have A "Garden Room"?

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As a green thumb devotee, I've set aside an entire room in my house to my passion.

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Sweet potatoes (Ipomea batatas)

Sweet potatoes (Ipomea batatas)

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The sweet and delicious flavor of this colorful, root vegetable is best after a frost--dig your patooties now!

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How to Use Mulch in Your Garden or Landscape

How to Use Mulch in Your Garden or Landscape

Think "artist", not "scientist" when spreading your mulch.

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The Best Time to Mulch

The Best Time to Mulch

For me, this is a first-class practice as far as recycling goes.

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To Grow or Not to Grow: That is the Question

To Grow or Not to Grow: That is the Question

More new gardeners joined the home-grown edibles movement this past season than ever before. The big question: will they keep gardening in the future?

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Chives for the Winter

Chives for the Winter

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There's not may things that I won't sprinkle my onion-y snippets over.

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Rain Barrels for Christmas

Rain Barrels for Christmas

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I'm sorry that I had to resort to using the "C" word, but it got your attention, am I right?

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Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard

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Right now, I am still harvesting cool-season kale and chard from the fall garden. It is delightful to have these nutritive leaves available for the supper menu. Harvest them now before they disappear with the cold weather!

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