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Orchids: Exotic Beauties To Warm The Winter

Orchids are some of the most exotic plants on earth. They display an amazing range of diversity in the size, shape and color of their unique flowers. There is a misconception, however, that these floral treasures are difficult to grow. Not true. More and more gardeners are growing and collecting orchids each year. Provide the essentials and you too can grow orchids easily! […]

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Creating Humidity for Houseplant Health

Houseplants are like Goldilocks…sometimes there is too much humidity and sometimes not enough. However, somewhere it’s “just right.” Many of our houseplants hail from the tropics and grow in humidity of 50-80%, considerably more humid than our homes. […]

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Keeping a Garden Journal

Who should keep a garden journal? EVERYONE should keep a garden journal! Remember the old saying, “If your life is worth living, it’s worth recording.” So, why would your garden be any different? Whether you are recording your landscape, a vegetable garden, or both, the details make the difference. […]

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Dormant Pruning With the Proper Tools

Late winter pruning is often recommended for many trees and shrubs. Pruning the plants while they are dormant is less stressful for the plant and it’s also easier to view the structure of deciduous trees and shrubs without their leaves. […]

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