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To plant a bare-root tree, make sure the hole is wide enough but not too deep.
Whitehall woman pampers her plants and fish to create a tranquil garden retreat in her yard.
A Penn State master gardener introduces three plants that she really digs: ’Komodo Dragon’ hosta, Arkansas blue star and ’Sun Sugar’ cherry
Don’t worry about beans cross-pollinating, but different types of corn must be separated by at least 250 feet.
Vermicomposting puts worms to work turning food scraps and newspaper into organic fertilizer.
If you want to grow a tree that the dinosaurs knew, plant a dawn redwood (as long as you have plenty of space).
A water leak and a bare patch of dirt transform a non-gardener into a Great Gardens Contest winner for late summer/early fall.
Dahlia is a high-maintenance diva, but if she is treated well, she can be the queen of a fall garden.
Lime sulpur spray and proper cultural practices that maintain the tree’s vigor will prevent peach leaf curl.