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A gardener shares her extensive plant knowledge
The pawpaw's stamp of approval
Texas drought affects even wildflowers
It's May, so why isn't it spring in Iowa?
Ever seen a tree covered in crochet? Head to Chicago.
The easiest way to plant potatoes
Trees in a box
A garden by the sea
Euphoric about a euphorbia
The ultimate in easy ponds - almost
Vegetable harvest just before the first hard frost -- whew!
Three great plants are stars of my fall garden
The Des Moines Farmers' Market: a Saturday tradition
Sweet southern spuds in a northern garden
Bordering on playtime
Plants are still blooming under a snowy blanket
A Hawaiian garden paradise
Peace and beauty in a quiet, green Hawaiian garden
Two amazing late-season annuals
Say goodbye to the last flowers of fall
A befuddled forsythia bush blooms in three seasons
Variegated forsythia in the fall
Tips for bulb planting success
A swale idea
Chicago Botanic Garden: Of waterfall and waterfowl
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