Growing Plants in Low Light

You’ve heard plants make a great addition to virtually any space, and you’re ready to make your purchase. The only problem is your space (whether indoors or …
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Tips for a Small but Fruitful Garden

You might not have the biggest space for your garden, but that doesn't mean you can't make the most of it. In fact, there are plenty of design ideas to help …
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Grow a Vegetable Garden for Spring

There are a lot of good reasons to start your own vegetable garden. It's fun, it’s rewarding and you don’t need much to get your garden up and running. If you …
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Seasonal Planning: Get Your Seed Schedule Down

Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start your garden. The best way to do this is to figure out whether you’re going to plant starter …
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How Pollinators Support Healthy Garden Ecosystems

Having a lot of bugs in your garden may sound like a bad thing, but these little critters are often necessary for your garden to prosper. In fact, many bugs …
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Give an Orchid for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is just around the corner. This year, instead of getting your loved one cut flowers that will begin to wilt in a few days, why not get a plant …
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So Much More Than Your Grandmother's African Violet

  Generally seen as an elegant touch to home decor, African violets are a fairly common houseplant. Even so, there are many people who try to stay away from …
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The Foodscape Revolution

By Guest Author Brie Arthur “Garden to Table” is the best way to describe my passion for adding purpose to landscapes in suburban neighborhoods, office parks, …
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Easy-to-Maintain Office Plants

You enjoy keeping plants in your home, so why not at your office, too? Not only can indoor plants give your office space a fresh look and feel, they can also …
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What Should I Do with My Tree After the Holidays?

After the holiday season is over, it’s time to start cleaning up from the festivities. For most, that means taking down the Christmas tree. But what are you …
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All Things Pumpkin

 
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Cook It, Color It Pumpkin-even the Seeds!

Be Inspired Seasonally with Rita Calvert While we are still weeks away from full fall color in nature, a definite undertone of yellow and bronze, red and …
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