Garden & Landscape Tips

Plants, Trees & Shrubs

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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Besides being useful for burns, studies have shown Aloe vera sap to aid the healing of minor wounds and mild skin infections. It is the most common of the aloes in U.S. garden centers and makes an easy-to-grow houseplant. Here are some tips to get some Aloe of your own going.

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One way to cut work in the garden is to plant low-maintenance, pest-resistant shrubs that need little to no pruning. Three excellent new flowering shrubs are debuting in spring 2011 that fill all three of those bills. Check out these at the garden center.

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