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When Dividing Plants in Late Summer or Fall, Think Big

Meghan Shinn | September 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

An easy way to increase the number of plants in your garden is to divide its mature perennials. Plant division entails digging up a sizable plant and splitting it into two or more smaller individuals, each complete with roots, stems …

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Plumleaf Azalea Blooms Bright Orange in Late Summer

Virtues:  We love plumleaf azalea (Rhododendron prunifolium) for its bright orange flowers and the fact that it blooms in late summer. This azalea is a native species that feeds hummingbirds. Common name: Plumleaf azalea Botanical name: Rhododendron prunifolium Flowers: Trusses …
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Herbs are easy to grow, not prone to garden pests or diseases, and make fantastic complements to the veggies you grow and meals you prepare. But maybe you’ve had trouble growing your own in the past? Or maybe it seems easier to buy herbs at the grocery store or market – truthfully, though, those fresh herb pots are rarely really fresh. If you’ve never grown your own herbs, or want to try again, this starter collection makes it easy – and affordable! With this kit you’ll learn how to grow, preserve, and use the most popular of the culinary herbs including basil, cilantro, garlic, and more.

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Garden How-To:: Episode 15: Gro Green Organics

In this episode, Kathy Cropp talks with Adina Nance of Gro Green Organics. Adina left a career ...

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How to Dry or Freeze Your Own Herbs

Check out this video from GrowOrganic.com with Patricia Boudier, Co-Owner of Peaceful ...