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Keeping your garden healthy starts before you even plant your first geranium or tomato.
Starting seeds indoors seems daunting but can be very rewarding.
Birds bring a lot to a garden throughout the year. Here's a few tips on how to keep them coming back all year long.
With Valentine's Day falling in the middle of the winter, it can be hard to find a unique gift for a gardener, but here are a few ideas.
Now that you know all of the health benefits and how to choose a houseplant that's safe for your pet, it's time to look at the easiest ones to grow.
Houseplants are great additions to brighten up your home, but be sure that they are friendly to your pets. Many common houseplants can be toxic when ingested by our furry little friends.
Houseplants not only add a little green home to your home, but actually have a few health benefits for you as well.
Keeping a garden indoors during the winter doesn't have to be a big challenge with grow lights and misting systems. Try one of these beautiful baskets this winter to carry you through to spring.
While many people think we close our doors and head south for the winter, we are actually open and busy prepping for the spring.
Garden trends are constantly changing. Here's what to keep an eye out for in 2013.
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