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Monthly Archives: June 2012
If you want a garden that explodes with carefree, colorful flowers, you can’t miss with hydrangeas. Learn more about growing these three-season beauties.
It’s easy to fall head-over-garden-clogs in love with beautiful hydrangeas.
July in Zone 3, which hugs the border between the U.S. and Canada in North America, is characterized by a sense of urgency. With a
The primary rule of summer watering is to water thoroughly and deeply each time and to allow the soil dry out between watering. Deep watering
As short as the growing season is in Zone 4, you might be surprised how late you can plant to get a fall crop. Zone
Like vines, gardening tools can easily become a tangled mess, or, worse still, lost. Organizing them on a wooden garden trellis makes them easy to
Enjoy the incredible palette of color, texture and sound that warm weather and long days brings to our northern climate for such a short time
A little maintenance during and after the mowing season can make the difference between care-free operation and lots of problems.
Zone 6 cuts a wide and diverse swath across the middle of the country, curling up before it hits the west coast to take in
This month brings heat and humidity (at least in the deep south part of the zone). These twin demons mean gardening in July in Zone
Whole Living, June 2011 Yield Makes 1 1/2 cups Ingredients 1 pound hulled strawberries (cut into 1/2-inch pieces) 1/2 cup sugar Directions 1. Heat strawberries