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Wondering why your impatiens are dying? A deadly new strain of downy mildew disease is wiping out impatiens in many parts of the United States this summer. In 2012 it has spread quickly throughout much of the North and East, and also parts of the Southeast. Read on to find out more about the disease, what to watch for and what you should do in your garden.

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There are some everyday houseplants that may be hazardous to dogs and cats. Some symptoms are mild and don’t cause long-term damage to a pet’s health. Others, though, can be deadly. The key is knowing which are dangerous and which are not.

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Vegetables are at their tastiest and most nutritious when they’re picked at the peak of ripeness. Here’s a tip list for harvesting 25 of the most common home-garden vegetable crops.

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You could keep paying $3 or more for a packet or pot of fresh herbs at the grocery store or you could start growing your own herbs for pennies – even fresher and almost at arm’s reach whenever you need a sprig for dinner. Culinary herbs are some of the easiest plants to grow.

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Tired of the same old mums, black-eyed Susans, and orange daylilies? Plant breeders have been hard at work developing lots of new perennial flowers that bloom longer, come in new colors, and grow sturdier than past versions.

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Unlike most vegetables, garlic is planted in fall and is one of the most rewarding, easiest, and least troublesome edibles to grow in a home vegetable garden. Here is how to select and grow the right kind for your garden.

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