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  • Every gardener deals with weeds, with many would-be gardeners throwing in the towel after just one season of daily weed pulling. Use these organic tips to help keep weeds under control this season.

    Organic Ways to Reduce Weeds in Your Garden

    Organic Ways to Reduce Weeds in Your Garden

    by Chris Sherwood0

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  • Herbaceous perennials, plants that die off in the cold winter months but bloom again in the spring, are the gardener’s friend. Not only are they a great investment (you only have to buy the plant once), but perennials also tend to bloom more vigorous the following year.

    How to Cut Back and Divide Perennials

    How to Cut Back and Divide Perennials

    by Diane Lockridge0

  • Homeowners frequently take pride in a good-looking lawn and for good reason. A healthy lawn doesn’t occur without effort, but it doesn’t need to be as labor intensive as some people make it out to be.

    Characteristics of a Healthy Lawn

    Characteristics of a Healthy Lawn

    by Diane Lockridge0

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  • Natural effective options for the war on weeds will provide you a way to do away with your weeds for good using natural products, or good old fashioned elbow grease, instead of expensive commercial chemicals from the store. This way you save time and money all while using family safe products.

    Natural Effective Options for the War on Weeds

    Natural Effective Options for the War on Weeds

    by Victoria Van Ness4

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  • Growing plants in the city isn’t as impossible as you might think. There are plenty of fruit and vegetables that can thrive in an indoor environment or on your balcony. Here are ten fruits and vegetables you can grow in your apartment.

    10 Edible Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment

    10 Edible Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment

    by KV Lo2

  • As the name might suggest, annuals have only one growing cycle. But perennials will grow for a season, die down during the colder months, and grow again in the spring. Properly identifying issues will not only keep your garden beautiful, but will limit problems of pests and disease.

    Common Pests and Problems of Perennial Plants

    Common Pests and Problems of Perennial Plants

    by Diane Lockridge0

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