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American Public Gardens Association

Last updated: 06/02/2018

Rock-hard, lumpy, and larger than a softball, pale-green Osage oranges seem to be no good for anything but a twisted ankle. But to Levi Funk, they smelled like opportunity. On...

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This Sleek Herb Planter is the Perfect Solution for Small Space Gardeners

Last updated: 05/31/2018

Plant Your Plate Make This DIY Wall Planter Take your container gardening to a new level with this modern potted planter living wall. Made from a large planter, treated lumber,...

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Five ways professional landscaping helps sell a home faster

Last updated: 05/31/2018

Like any other service,professional landscapers need effective and relevant selling points for their clients. For potential customers who are selling their homes, getting the...

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Why fall is the best time for seeding cool-season grasses

Last updated: 05/31/2018

Everylandscaper has the same ultimate goal. To provide their clients with a lush, thick and healthy lawn. This requires labor, money and time. As a landscaper, you are...

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3 Walkway Designs You Can Easily Install Yourself

Last updated: 05/31/2018

1 of 20 Flagstone Walkway Use flagstones to bring natural beauty to your walkway. This handsome and durable flagstone walkway makes a great addition to any yard. Follow these...

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5 Reasons Your Garden Isn't Organic - Home for the Harvest

Last updated: 05/30/2018

There is something so wonderfully idyllic about a home garden. Gardens are full of new life. They remind me of clean eating and wholesome, homegrown food. They definitely don’t...

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Events for Sun 27 May – Sun 27 May – Chelsea Fringe

Last updated: 05/30/2018

An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until Sun 27 May, 2018 online – Greenwich Park Greenwich London, SE10 8Xj United Kingdom + Google Map Celebrating the first...

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Gardens: self-seeders

Last updated: 05/30/2018

Self-seeders are a cheap and easy way to fill up gaps and inject change and interest Self-seeders have developed an unfortunate reputation in some parts of the gardening world....

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Designers embrace bountiful challenges of rooftop gardens

Last updated: 05/29/2018

When it comes to serving clients living in the city, landscapers have to be inventive on all fronts, and they’ll need to be especially resourceful if asked to create a rooftop...

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Plants Map E-Journal May 2018 - Plants Map

Last updated: 05/29/2018

Plants Map E-Journal May 2018 Welcome May! Our gardens truly feel alive once again with both flora and fauna. We can’t wait to share what’s growing in our community this month...

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9 flowers for the perfect postcard cottage garden look

Last updated: 05/29/2018

This year, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2018, Mark Gregory designed the Welcome to Yorkshire garden and, unsurprisingly, won three awards: a Gold Medal in the Show Gardens...

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Soil health focus: Spring-planted cover crops (The Vegetable Grower)

Last updated: 05/28/2018

Soil health focus: Spring-planted cover crops (The Vegetable Grower) by Gordon C. Johnson " rel="author"> Gordon C. Johnson | Feb 9, 2018 (Editor’s note: By Gordon Johnson is a...

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