When is the best time to plant perennial bulbs for a luscious spring fling come next year?
Now is the time to start a fall vegetable garden. What do I do to prepare?
What seasonal things can a gardener do in September to transition into fall and winter?
How do you keep your crape myrtles in tip-top shape throughout the summer and fall?
As August continues to fly by, I will be gearing up to send out applications to anyone who wants to become a Master Gardener in 2010.
What is one of the most handsome and durable native trees in our Southern landscapes?
What is a great landscape plant that will add color to my yard, too?
What is a beneficial insect?
What is that beautiful shrub with flat, snow white flowers?
It's nice to incorporate ornamental plants into casually designed perennial beds, shrub borders and natural areas of the yard, but what types of ornamental plants can one use to keep the deer from nibbling as if the yard were a buffet table?
What types of climbing vines add versatility and usefulness in a garden?
Our classic, Southern azaleas put on a remarkable show of color this spring. But what do we do after they have bloomed so that they have a healthy start toward next spring?
Since we hear a lot about "going green" these days, how we can use that term in our gardening practices?
What can I do to prepare my garden for beautiful, successful plants?
I, for one, am going to build my first raised bed this year and try my luck in growing some of my favorite vegetables.
Spotting and identifying the different birds in the Northeast Georgia landscape can be exciting and educational. So grab a pair of binoculars and see how many you can identify.
November has almost passed and Thanksgiving is over, but December ushers in another holiday season. And with the landscapes full of endless possibilities for holiday decorating, one can only look out of the window for an array of creative ideas.
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