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By Tonya Barnett | June 27, 2020 Adding ...

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My best garden wisdom is to never underestimate the power of good drainage, especially in areas where extensive shade makes drying out more difficult. ...

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By Tonya Barnett | April 18, 2020 Many ...

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Wow, these are some crazy times that we are living in right now! Although life has completely changed and has been taxing for the entire world right ...

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Plants with deceptive names carry an air of mystery that please some gardeners and annoy others. I, for one, love the fact that Rose of Sharon ...

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If you are planting shrubs, why not select plants that will hold their leaves all year long? That’s what “evergreen” means: plants that don’t drop ...

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There are many ways to celebrate Earth Day and they can be done any time of the year. However, for a holiday focused celebration, Earth Day garden ...

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I have a fascination for all trees, but the stunning beauty, strength and longevity of oak trees (Quercus spp.) has made them perhaps the best known ...

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Eat the flowers. Yes, really. If you love to eat from your garden but have low light, edible shade flowers come to the rescue. Shade flowers you can ...

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Today, I spend a lot of time in San Francisco where I am lucky enough to have a big backyard to garden. I also volunteer as a docent at the Botanical ...

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By Teo Spengler | April 25, 2020 For a lover ...

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It’s hard to find a shrub that is easier to care for than butterfly bush, and I, for one, never have. Those gracefully arching stems hang heavy with ...

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