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How to Garden for Food Storage

To make a summer garden last all winter long, plant a small variety of plants in large quantities. Planting small amounts of anything is...

Growing Organic Eggplant in the Home Vegetable Garden

Eggplant, also known as aubergine by British and French gardeners, is a staple in the summer vegetable garden. This relative of potatoes and tomatoes...

Adding Color to Your Winter Garden and Getting a Jump on...

Adding Color to Your Winter Garden After spring flowering bulbs have bloomed and before the perennials and annuals are at their prime, there's a period...

Components of a Formal Garden

A formal garden exudes a sense of elegance and charm. The formal garden is symmetrical on all sides and has perfectly pruned borders that...

Tea in the Garden

Is there anything more relaxing than sipping a warm cup of tea surrounded by a fragrant and colorful garden? People who know their tea...

You Need Garden Rue in Your Herb Garden

Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci attributed their eyesight and inner creative vision to the use of garden rue. The branches of this plant have...

Red Flowering Currant, a Pink Plant for Hummingbirds

The red flowering currant (Ribes sanguineum) is a Pacific Northwest shrub full of stunning pink flowers. It is well-known as a hummingbird nectar plant...

Bringing Winter Inside your house: The Displays

Who says that when the holidays are over we're done decorating? Not me! In fact, I look at my Christmas tree house as a...

Planting Basil in Your Herb Garden

Basil is originally native to Iran and India but has made its way across the world into recipes of numerous varieties. From Italian sauces...

Perennial Flower Garden: Design, Preparing & Popular flower list to grow

Old English gardens have a special charm. Many of these gardens use mainly perennial flowers to achieve a lush, colorful oasis reminiscent of days...

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