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Magazine articles on gardening and yard work.
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National Gardening
Karen Dardick
Going Batty! Gardeners are discovering that attracting bats is a smart way to control pests mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
National Gardening
Michael Ableman
From the Field to the Table Growing food reconnects gardeners with the agricultural facts of life. Knowing what you eat is about developing a relationship with a farmer, a local produce stand, or a farmers' market. Knowing what you eat is about planting and nurturing and harvesting food for yourself. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
National Gardening Planting Groundcover Use low-growing perennial plants and shrubs as groundcovers to cover slopes and rough ground or to replace high-maintenance lawns. Choose plants that thrive in your particular soil and climate. mark for My Articles 484 similar articles
National Gardening
Rick Darke
Grasses in Containers Grow grasses in ornamental pots to create combinations that would be impossible in open soil. mark for My Articles 125 similar articles
National Gardening
Alice Knight
Winter Heaths Early fall is prime time to plant these hardy long-blooming evergreens. mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
National Gardening
Charlie Nardozzi
New Lawn Grass Seldom Needs Mowing From the land of native grasses comes the latest low-mow turf option. The selling points of Turtle turf are its slow growth and low maintenance requirements. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
National Gardening
Karen Jescavage-Bernard
Problems with Deer What to do? Here's the lowdown on fences, repellents, and scare tactics. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
National Gardening
William Bryant Logan
Getting Smart About Chain Saws There's no meaner power tool -- learn how to select and use one wisely. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
National Gardening Growing Herbs Under Man-Made Sun Even with a bright sunroom, sun-loving herbs will need 12 to 16 hours a day of supplemental light. You have two choices: fluorescent or high-intensity discharge (HID). mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
National Gardening Peach Tree Borer Peach tree borer is mostly a problem in California, but can occur wherever peaches grow. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
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