Gardenieres Host William and Midwest Gardeniere Gina talk succulents and put together a succulent container full of tone, texture, and color
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Monthly Archives: July 2013
The Southwest enjoys a garden harvest year-round. Find tips for preserving your bounty.
By mid-summer, southern gardeners are busy harvesting beans, cantaloupes, and more. Learn how to preserve your harvest.
Fruits, herbs, and vegetables are maturing in our gardens now. Preserve your bounty to enjoy later.
Many herbs and vegetables are ready to harvest from your Northern garden by mid-summer. Find tips on preserving them.
When the heat of summer starts to take hold, it is a great time to take a look at your container gardens and start thinking about giving them a summer makeover.
You don’t have to love the heat and humidity of the south to have a container garden that does!
If the spring color in your container plantings is beginning to fade, that’s just Mother Nature giving you a gentle nudge to remind you that it is the perfect time to give your container gardens some R&R.
When you give your summer containers a little R&R (replant and refresh), they will reward you with lush, vibrant color throughout the season.
Want to know how to deal with plant-destroying insects near your home? Start here.
This summer, be on watch for these two pests in the Midwestern states.
This summer, be on watch for these two pests in the Southwestern states.