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Posted on 01/22/2024
Best Shade-Loving Outdoor Plants for Your Garden
If you have a shaded yard or garden, it might seem hopeless to grow bright and colorful flowers and plants. However, there are plenty of vibrant plants that thrive in partial to full shade. Here is a guide to some of the best shade-loving outdoor plants to consider for your garden: Hosta Hostas are a staple of shady...
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Posted on 08/07/2023
Essential organic gardening supplies
Organic gardening supplies include more than hoes and...
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Posted on 04/24/2023
3 Tips for Protecting Your Vegetable Garden From Frost
Cold weather can be bad news for vegetable gardens, especially if unexpected. While many plants are hardy and frost-resistant, most tender vegetables cannot survive sudden freezing temperatures. Luckily, there are some measures you can take to protect your garden from an unexpected frost. Here are some tips to remember: Water During the Day Adjust your watering schedule to...
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Posted on 04/17/2023
3 Ways to make your home garden sustainable
If you’re interested in ways to live more sustainably, one...
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Posted on 04/03/2023
Planting a wildflower garden: Benefits & tips
For gardeners who enjoy a natural aesthetic, planting a...
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Posted on 06/20/2022
Companion planting: Your secret to a healthy garden
Companion planting is the practice of placing certain plants next to each other in your garden for various benefits. While some plants don’t play nicely together and should be planted far apart, others thrive in proximity with specific companion plants. If you’re interested in taking your vegetable garden to the next level, here is some information about the...
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Posted on 06/13/2022
Unexpected & Useful: 3 Garden Unique Trellis Ideas
Growing climbing plants on a trellis is a perfect way to use a small space efficiently. Trellises with vines can be purely decorative or provide valuable functionality like shade and privacy. There are many popular climbing plants to choose from if you’re looking for something to cover a trellis, but even if you’re looking for something different from...
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Posted on 03/28/2022
Here Are the Best Outdoor Plants to Grow as Houseplants
If you've dreamt of having a lush and colorful garden but don't have the space or climate to support it, consider keeping houseplants instead. There are many varieties of outdoor plants you can grow inside your home as houseplants if you need or prefer. Here are some of the top garden favorites to grow indoors, no matter where...
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Posted on 03/07/2022
Turn an Empty Bottle Into a Self-Watering Planter
If you’ve ever gone on vacation and worried about your houseplants not getting watered, a self-watering planter is a smart option. Unfortunately, many of these planters available to buy are expensive and hard to find. Luckily there are ways to make your own while recycling old items at the same time. Here are some tips for making your...
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Posted on 01/31/2022
Plant Catnip for More Than Just Cats
When you hear the word catnip, you probably think of the herb used in cat toys. Also called catmint, the catnip plant has many uses and helpful properties beyond exciting felines. Here are some reasons you might consider growing catnip in your garden: An Attractive Companion Plant One great way that growing catnip can benefit you and your...
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Posted on 09/13/2021
Essential Flower Garden Maintenance Tips
To have a thriving flower garden, the work doesn’t stop once you’re done planting. All plants, but especially flowering plants, need ongoing attention and maintenance to get the most bountiful blooms and healthy plants. There are several things you can do to care for your flower garden to make sure it looks beautiful all year round. Here are...
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Posted on 06/07/2021
How to Build Your Own Rain Garden
Photo by InspiredImages via Pixabay Typically made in shallow depressions in the landscape, rain gardens are a great way to beautify your yard and give back to the environment. Since they contain native grasses and perennial flowers, these gardens do not have to cost much — and they are easy to build on your own. To get started,...
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