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Don’t know what to get your loved one this holiday season? Visit a nursery for gift inspirations.
From the birds to the bees, these are the things I’m most thankful for in my garden.
Plant one in your yard and enjoy the color and interest these trees bring to the garden space.
Your formally designed urban yard could imitate the cohesiveness and diversity found in the wild.
A water feature like a rock dish, fountain or blubbling vase creates a relaxing ambience.
Here’s how gardeners can add food, shelter and water to their own yards to support pollinators.
With more than 1,000 varieties, there’s a rhodie with the size, shape and color you’re looking for.
Through container gardening, you can grow edible plants in pots instead of the ground.
Reclaim the shaded areas of the yard by planting a woodland garden with ferns, salal and foamflower.
Go on a neighborhood walk this month to enjoy the seasonal beauty offered by a variety of gardens.
Find inspiration in gardening magazines, on the internet, in your neighborhood and at nurseries.
These plants offer some height to block out unwanted sights without taking over your yard.
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