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What work can I do in the perennial garden in the dead of winter? Edging! – Featured Video

Edging the beds to control weeds and to reduce the lawn area. Plus dividing perennials that you can watch in the event of heaving during the freeze-thaw cycle. Check out this pretty, evergreen perennial – Geum ‘Totally Tangerine’! Joyce Browning…

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Winter Chores and Hot Composting

For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been putting unplanted parts of the garden to bed for the winter. To accomplish this, I have been cleaning the winter weeds and spent, undiseased vegetables out of the beds and adding them…

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2016 Gardening Resolutions

It is cold outside! That means, we, gardeners, finally get to spend some time indoors and think about the upcoming growing season. New seeds catalog, enticing us with even better than seeds than ever before, arrive in the mail almost…

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