Spring Garden Tips

Epimediums (Barrenworts) for Moist and Dry Shade Gardens

Forget the grass, instead grow Epimediums, also known as barrenwort or bishop's hat, under trees and in other shady spots in the landscape.

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How Lightning Damages Trees

Lightning strikes the earth about 100 times each second. It looks for the path of least resistance to the ground and tall trees provide one such pathway.

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Aggressive, Noxious and Invasive Weeds

Aggressive, invasive, noxious or weedy - what do all these terms mean?

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Edible Squash Blossoms

Try something new this season. Harvest and enjoy a few squash blossoms fresh from the garden.

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Quick and Easy 4th of July Garden Ideas

The 4th of July is just a few days away and you never did get those containers and gardens planted with red, white and blue flowers. Fortunately, there are some quick and easy options to decorate your landscape for the holiday.

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Growing Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckias)

Fond memories and easy care may come to mind when you hear the name Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckias). There are more than 20 different annual, biennial and perennial species and most tolerate clay soil, drought and the deer tend to leave them be.

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