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  1. Less Room, More Plants With Small Space Gardening

    Plants On A Balcony

    In today’s urban yards and postage stamp lots, it can be difficult to have the garden and landscaping you desire! You won’t even need a patch of earth to plant in with today’s downsized options! 

    A porch, patio or even a bal

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  2. Best Fruit Trees for Making Wine (And Other Drinks)!

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    "When life gives you lemons…"

    Have a windfall of fruit or a large harvest? Maybe you had a hail storm this summer that scarred up your harvest. Or many of your fruits just look 'ugly' and no one can bring themselves t

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  3. Love Letters To Our Most Beloved Plants

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    It’s true, nature is a hopeless romantic at heart. 

    From heart-shaped petals to classic roses, the timeless beauty of nature has long left us captivated by cupid’s favorite color pal

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  4. Five Essential Types of Tools for Spring Gardening

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    "Before the reward, there must be labor. You plant before you harvest. You sow in tears before you reap joy." - Ralph Ransom

    Once the temperatures warm after a long dreary winter, we gardeners burst outdoors to clean up and inspect all the

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  5. Navitar vs. Native: What's the difference?

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    Gardeners everywhere walk the fine line between wanting native, hardy plants and that flashy new and improved variety that’s hot in the stores. It can be a hard choice when really we just want them all, even if we don’t know exactly where we’re going

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  6. Winter Landscape: Brown Is a Color Too …

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    For many parts of the country, winter can seem bleak or boring and well ... brown. But remember… brown is a color too! When looking at your plants beneath drifts of snow, you can forget that brown is one of our favorite colors! And there are so many d

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    Bare root still good to ship until mid-June.

    Bare root plants are dormant and are shipped without any soil on the roots and no leaves on the stems. The roots are wrapped in a medium to keep them moist during shipping however. The plants will start

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