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Magazine articles on gardening and yard work.
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National Gardening
Charlie Nardozzi
Set Your Garden Aglow For a number of years plant breeders have been introducing yellow- or light green-leafed varieties of popular shrubs. The goal has been to select plants with attractive foliage that complements the flowers. mark for My Articles 138 similar articles
National Gardening Plant Greens in Wide Rows Wide-row planting involves broadcasting seeds in a wide band, thus creating thicker rows with fewer paths in between. Not all vegetables, of course, are meant for wide rows. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
National Gardening
Dan Hickey
Beneficial Nematodes Are garden insects a problem? These little critters can help mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
National Gardening Flea Beetle Flea beetles can spread diseases such as early blight to potatoes or bacterial wilt to corn, and larvae feed on roots. mark for My Articles 55 similar articles
January 2003
Tara Breton
Gardens of the World Wide Web Garden-related sites from around the world mark for My Articles 273 similar articles
This Old House
Jefferson Kolle
Yard Work Before the flower beds and shrubs can be planted at the TV project house, some landscape trouble spots need attention. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
National Gardening
Andy & Sally Wasowski
Spectacular Desert Plants Colorful native plants for Southwest gardens mark for My Articles 219 similar articles
National Gardening
Barbara Martin
Pots Full of Pansies In early spring, and again in fall, I pot up bright cheerful pansies and violas in containers of all kinds. The potting soil in containers is warm enough for the plants to thrive, and it adds a bright spot in the spring landscape. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
National Gardening
Charlie Nardozzi
Best Winter Annuals For gardeners in the South, fall is the time to switch gears. While northern gardeners are pulling out plants in preparation for freezing temperatures, southern gardeners can plant pansies, violas, and other hardy annuals to provide color from winter to early spring. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
National Gardening
Kathy Bond Borie
Make Room for These Award Winning Roses Let's face it, roses may not be the most carefree plants to grow, but once you welcome one to your garden, it's hard to stop. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
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