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Topic: Doreen Howard
Grow cranberries in your home garden
Orchids and bromeliads not blooming? Friends have the answer.
How to store autumn's bounty of vegetables and fruits
How to grow herbs indoors during winter
Firsthand experience with 'healing gardens'
An unusual plant with stinky flowers
Prune fruit now for a big harvest later
Everything you need to know to grow tasty tomatoes
Grow this radish for its tasty seedpods
With these tips, anyone can grow lavender
For a successful garden, know your soil
Beyond the hype: plants that exceed expectations
A family's seed-saving tradition
A Japanese garden designed to be calm and reflective
A garden contributes to healing
Wild turkeys in the backyard
House plants for black thumbs and cave dwellers
Onions of great flavor and questionable character
Growing fruit trees - tales of pilfered pears and frozen apples
Putting the vegetable garden to bed
How to overwinter tropical fruits and other tender plants
How to pick an apple
Elephants in the garden
Tommacio, an experiment with tomato raisins
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