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Winter Storm Damage to Landscapes

Winter Storm Damage to Landscapes Split bark, broken branches, and winter burned foliage – it’s enough to make any gardener long to take refuge in a warmer climate. However, a little knowledge can go a long way towards preventing and repairing storm damage. By treating your plants properly in summer and fall, you can help plants...
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Planting Bulbs in Fall for Spring Blooms

PLANTING BULBS IN FALL FOR SPRING BLOOMS Fall bulbs, also known as spring flowering bulbs, are hardy bulbs that are planted in the fall and bloom in the spring or early summer. Examples include tulips, daffodils and crocuses. There are many types of plants that are considered to have bulbous root stems--including rhizomes, tubers and corms--even...
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Gardening Tips in Hot Weather

Gardening Tips in Hot Weather When the weather suddenly skyrockets with temperatures above 85 degrees F., many plants will inevitably suffer from ill effects. However, with adequate care of outdoor plants in extreme heat, the effects of heat stress on plants, including vegetables, can be minimized. How Plants Cope with Heat So how do plants cope with heat once...
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YEAH SPRING!!!!! Spring Garden Redesign

Spring is here.  You may have had extensive winter damage to repair.  You may go outside look around and want a make over! Spring Garden Redesign You May want to reference our page on Garden Design Types to get a feel for what you want to do.  Spring is an excellent time to redesign your garden.  A...
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