Rick shows you the proper method for preparing fertilizer for your plants.
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Monthly Archives: April 2013
Winter in the West can be rough on trees, shrubs, and perennials. Drying winds and long hard freezes can do a lot of damage. Though
Jim Cunneen is an award-winning landscape architect with a thriving business in St. Petersburg, Florida. Degreed in landscape design and raised in the Southeast, he
Mary Katherine aspires to make her home as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. As a Southern gardener Mary Katherine has
Gina Iliopoulos introduces us to her incredible and multi-faced garden surrounding her Chicago, Illinois home. It’s complete with flowerbeds of all shapes and sizes, rose
Meet Pamela Reed, our Northeast Gardeniere. From her rooftop garden in the heart of Brooklyn, Pamela can help urban gardeners grow beyond their wildest gardening
Meet Teena Spindler, a Gardeniere growing throughout the year on the West Coast. Teena’s a master gardener at the Great Park Farm & Food Lab
Join Gardeniere Host, and long time Home Depot Garden Club member, William Moss as his gardening adventures take him across the country, meeting new people,
Makes about 20 Ingredients 8 ounces semisweet chocolate, finely chopped 1 pound large strawberries (about 20), washed and dried well 1/3 cup finely chopped pistachios
Associate BostonRoots walks you through a menagerie of brilliant green hosta.
A group of hand-picked green thumbs led by gardening master, William Moss. They’re passionate, real-life gardening personalities with real-world experience when it comes to growing
We still have at least another six weeks before our last frost date in late May, early June. Be cautious about late freezes and snowstorms.