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Small gardens can make a dramatic impact.
August chores are all about the harvest, getting ready for the big fall clean-up, and pickling everything.
Gardeners are passionate about their gardens, to the point (sometimes) of forgetting to take care of the gardener. Here are three infused water recipes and a few tips for taking care of the gardener.
Thanks to all of those who were able to participate in the Stubbs' Angels' Garden Tour, as well as those who dontated to the tuition fund. Please read on to learn more information for donations.
August is bearing down on us and so are the Japanese beetles, bagworms, black spot, and a whole bunch of stuff we've no clue what it is. It's the worst part of gardening but there is help.
Gardeners are famous for sharing resources and information. Is it any wonder there are so many great garden blogs? Here are five of our favorites for your summer reading.
It's July. The doldrums of summer are upon us. The garden is in an all out war with the weeds and watering is a must. It's a jungle out there, but don't give up. Payoffs are coming.
Two fabulous gardens, one enterprising farm, great food, some drizzly rain, good company and a lot of laughs and inspiration. Welcom to BB Barn's Garden Tour: A Recap.
A slideshow of blooming, ornamental trees.
Register now for the Speaking of Gardening symposium in August. Dates: August 11 & 12. Place: Folk Art Center