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National Gardening Fall Garden Cleanup Q and A Here are some questions we've received about fall cleanup in the garden, along with the answers given by our regional horticulture staff. mark for My Articles 434 similar articles
National Gardening
Patt Kasa
Putting the Garden to Bed The short warm days and crisp nights of autumn trigger leaf color changes, and remind me it's time to clean up the garden. mark for My Articles 349 similar articles
National Gardening
Skip Richter
Turn Leaves into Gold These golden leaves can be turned into "black gold" for the garden. They make great soil-enriching compost or a protective mulch. mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
This Old House
Mark Powers
Non-toxic, Affordable Pressure-Treated Lumber A new process encases wood fibers in trace amounts of glass, with surprising results. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 2005
Joe Provey
How Green Is Your Lawn? Natural lawn care used to be a novelty. Now, it includes effective techniques for any gardener's arsenal of tricks. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
National Gardening
Charlie Nardozzi
Peony: The King of Flowers There is nothing dainty about peonies. Peony flowers come in a variety of forms and in nearly every color except blue. And this long-lived perennial can thrive in your garden with little care. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
National Gardening
Kim Haworth
Confessions of a Plant Thief Cuttings are an excellent way to propagate most perennials. So if you see a plant that appeals to you, just nip off a 6-inch piece of stem for rooting. And once roots have formed, the little plant will begin to grow and form new leaves. mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
National Gardening
Lee Reich
Blackcap Brambles Despite the black raspberry's past popularity and the fact that it will grow well from zone 4 south through zone 8, today the blackcap is mostly a regional favorite. The middle Atlantic region and Ohio are traditional hotbeds of black raspberry enthusiasm. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
National Gardening
Ann Whitman
Making a Water Garden in a Tub To the uninitiated, water gardens seem complicated, expensive, and fussy. But many of the principles of gardening in water are the same as those for gardening in soil. If you can grow a tomato, you can grow a water lily. mark for My Articles 362 similar articles
National Gardening
Suzanne DeJohn
Did You Know?... Mosquito Facts and Fiction Test your knowledge of mosquito biology and control. mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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