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Since fall is the time to plant spring blooming bulbs, here are the answers to some common questions about bulbs.
Don't panic, there are a few common (and benign) reasons that trees drop leaves in summer.
Ugh! What’s nastier than a sack of crawly caterpillars hanging from your trees? How about a dozen of ‘em?
Quick tips for avoiding the fungal disease Brown Patch in lawns
Blueberries make great container plants! Watch this video from our friends at Espoma for tips and see how easy it is to grow blueberries in containers.
Good container plantings require little maintenance aside from watering and can enhance your home through the spring, summer, and fall.
Unlike some other flowering plants, crapes will develop their flower buds on new growth.
With over 1,700 different species, Begonias (family Begoniaceae) is the fifth most diverse class of plants.
Is your forsythia starting to bloom for Christmas? Here's why some plants flower during warm winter days.
This is a question we have been asked frequently this fall.
Where and why this is not bad advice, and where it’s a terrible idea.
Plant some of these low-maintenance (and critter resistant) spring bloomers this fall.
Don’t wait until your summer annuals give up the ghost to plant your fall pansies!
Don't cut too much if you decide to tidy up your crape myrtles in late summer and fall!
It looks like someone Silly Stringed your garden, but it's actually a whole lot weirder.
Rose sawfly is a common pest of roses. Identifying rose sawfly damage is important to select the best control methods.
There is a method to insure that you can have fresh cilantro all summer.
Camellias are relatively unfussy and problem-free shrubs, but they can develop camellia leaf gall, a unique and odd-looking disease.
Here’s how to manage-and maybe even prevent-an aphid problem in your landscape.
Powdery mildew and sooty mold rarely kill your plants, but they will make them look terrible. Here's what to look for and how to treat these fungal plant diseases.
What do you do when you've run out of bed area to plant all the flowers you want, or have moved into a new home without enough garden beds to make you happy? Make some new ones!
Did your flowering vinca look like this after a chilly night?
The popular and aptly named butterfly bush (Buddleia sp.) is very easy to prune. Here's how!
For some evergreen shrubs a few cold nights this winter were bad enough to cause damage to leaves that normally get through the winter just fine.
Here's what you need to do for the most blooms on your pansies & violas.
You can jump start spring early by forcing flowering branches indoors.
Christmas cactus are long lived houseplants, second only to poinsettias in announcing the arrival of the holidays. With proper care they can live for decades!
Should you remove the foil wrappings around the potted poinsettia when using the plants for holiday decoration?
If you want to enjoy the perfume of paperwhite narcissus blooming for the holidays, 'tis the season to plant them!