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“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” may seem cliché, but with all the health benefits apples have to offer, there may be some truth at the core of those words. This week’s newsletter includes apple tree picking and growing t...

You can bring nice autumn interest to your doorstep with potted chrysanthemums and a pumpkin, or you can take it up a notch and fall with pizzazz! If your growing space is faring poorly this time of year, look to this week’s newsletter for ways...

For some home gardeners, the “traditional” gardening season seems to be coming to an end. But no matter where you live, the planting fun doesn’t have to stop! This week we take a look at awesome fall plants to add in the garden and ...

It’s been a fun, beautiful growing season. But take a look at your planting space now, with its compacted soil, bare areas and weedy zones. Summer has completely depleted your great outdoors of the nutrients and oxygen it once thrived from and ...

Some insects freak folks out, but did you know entomologists estimate that of the nearly 1 million identified insect species out there, less than 1 percent is considered a problem? It’s only natural for home gardeners to want that annoying 1 pe...

Come September, many home gardeners harvest the last of their tomatoes, tired summer plants get replaced with mums, and pumpkins pop up on porches. Until that day comes, what’s a weary late August garden to do? Turn to this week’s newslet...

When “non-gardeners” think of grass, they picture a clipped expanse of green that surrounds their homes. Those with more active green thumbs tend to think of the ornamental varieties that add movement, texture and elegance to the landscap...

Your home’s trash could be your garden’s treasure! If you’re finding it hard to let go of an aging washbasin, or if your favorite old chair is on the verge of becoming seatless, consider adding it to your garden instead of the landf...

Listen, it’s hot, you’ve been working outside for months, and summer gardens can’t last forever. Instead of sighing whenever your eyes set upon some unsightly weeds or thinning petunias, try to appreciate the blooms that are still s...

By this point in summer, most home gardeners have shifted their focus from “plant selection” to “plant survival.” We know it’s hard to stay garden-positive when the heat of the season repeatedly hits and once-thriving pl...



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“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” may seem cliché, but with all the health benefits apples have to offer, there may be some truth at the core of those words. This week’s newsletter includes apple tree picking and growing t...

You can bring nice autumn interest to your doorstep with potted chrysanthemums and a pumpkin, or you can take it up a notch and fall with pizzazz! If your growing space is faring poorly this time of year, look to this week’s newsletter for ways...

For some home gardeners, the “traditional” gardening season seems to be coming to an end. But no matter where you live, the planting fun doesn’t have to stop! This week we take a look at awesome fall plants to add in the garden and ...

It’s been a fun, beautiful growing season. But take a look at your planting space now, with its compacted soil, bare areas and weedy zones. Summer has completely depleted your great outdoors of the nutrients and oxygen it once thrived from and ...

Some insects freak folks out, but did you know entomologists estimate that of the nearly 1 million identified insect species out there, less than 1 percent is considered a problem? It’s only natural for home gardeners to want that annoying 1 pe...

Come September, many home gardeners harvest the last of their tomatoes, tired summer plants get replaced with mums, and pumpkins pop up on porches. Until that day comes, what’s a weary late August garden to do? Turn to this week’s newslet...

When “non-gardeners” think of grass, they picture a clipped expanse of green that surrounds their homes. Those with more active green thumbs tend to think of the ornamental varieties that add movement, texture and elegance to the landscap...

Your home’s trash could be your garden’s treasure! If you’re finding it hard to let go of an aging washbasin, or if your favorite old chair is on the verge of becoming seatless, consider adding it to your garden instead of the landf...

Listen, it’s hot, you’ve been working outside for months, and summer gardens can’t last forever. Instead of sighing whenever your eyes set upon some unsightly weeds or thinning petunias, try to appreciate the blooms that are still s...

By this point in summer, most home gardeners have shifted their focus from “plant selection” to “plant survival.” We know it’s hard to stay garden-positive when the heat of the season repeatedly hits and once-thriving pl...



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“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” may seem cliché, but with all the health benefits apples have to offer, there may be some truth at the core of those words. This week’s newsletter includes apple tree picking and growing t...

You can bring nice autumn interest to your doorstep with potted chrysanthemums and a pumpkin, or you can take it up a notch and fall with pizzazz! If your growing space is faring poorly this time of year, look to this week’s newsletter for ways...

For some home gardeners, the “traditional” gardening season seems to be coming to an end. But no matter where you live, the planting fun doesn’t have to stop! This week we take a look at awesome fall plants to add in the garden and ...

It’s been a fun, beautiful growing season. But take a look at your planting space now, with its compacted soil, bare areas and weedy zones. Summer has completely depleted your great outdoors of the nutrients and oxygen it once thrived from and ...

Some insects freak folks out, but did you know entomologists estimate that of the nearly 1 million identified insect species out there, less than 1 percent is considered a problem? It’s only natural for home gardeners to want that annoying 1 pe...

Come September, many home gardeners harvest the last of their tomatoes, tired summer plants get replaced with mums, and pumpkins pop up on porches. Until that day comes, what’s a weary late August garden to do? Turn to this week’s newslet...

When “non-gardeners” think of grass, they picture a clipped expanse of green that surrounds their homes. Those with more active green thumbs tend to think of the ornamental varieties that add movement, texture and elegance to the landscap...

Your home’s trash could be your garden’s treasure! If you’re finding it hard to let go of an aging washbasin, or if your favorite old chair is on the verge of becoming seatless, consider adding it to your garden instead of the landf...

Listen, it’s hot, you’ve been working outside for months, and summer gardens can’t last forever. Instead of sighing whenever your eyes set upon some unsightly weeds or thinning petunias, try to appreciate the blooms that are still s...

By this point in summer, most home gardeners have shifted their focus from “plant selection” to “plant survival.” We know it’s hard to stay garden-positive when the heat of the season repeatedly hits and once-thriving pl...



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