Early winter means it’s time to plant sweet, succulent peas and crunchy carrots.
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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Poinsettias look great when used as accent plants, planted in mass in garden beds, or grouped to form flowering hedges.
Poinsettias’ long bloom time and ease of care are perfect for decorating or gift giving.
You don’t have to give up fresh greens just because winter is coming: Grow them in a cold frame.
Orchids may look exotic, but many are as easy to grow as ordinary houseplants. Learn how to care for them and get more blooms.
Martha Stewart discusses several unique varieties of the poinsettia.
Help your holiday plants live well past the celebration to keep your home merry and bright long into the new year.
There are a wide variety of orchids. Follow this infographic to determine which is best for you.