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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Build a wooden pergola to add shade and privacy to your backyard.
Trendy succulents can tolerate the dry air inside most homes, making them a great choice for dish gardens.
Garden Clubbers, thanks for playing our last quiz. We asked, “Who said, ‘Good fences make good neighbors”? A tip of our gardener’s straw hat goes
Yield Serves 4 Ingredients 1 large bunch of flat-leaf parsley, coarsely chopped (about 1 packed cup) 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 small garlic,
If your garden is near the shore, use the seaweed washed ashore from stormy weather in both the garden and compost piles. Otherwise, August is
Hot, steamy, rainy? Bugs the size of your bike? It still is a tropical delight in Zones 10 and 11. Make sure to not let
In the southern parts of this zone, it’s hot. You may have noticed. It also may be raining frequently, but for short bursts. Don’t be
Nature’s clock is giving us longer days to enjoy working out in our gardens. With the heat of August, remember that water and shade are
In the southern parts of this zone, it’s hot. You may have noticed. It’s also raining frequently, but for short bursts. Don’t be fooled by
Nature’s clock is giving us longer days for weeding and harvesting. The intense light level cues plants to flower and set fruit while they can.
The main focus for August, besides enjoying the fruits of our labor, is to keep up with picking, watering and weeding. Don’t let weeds go