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This pest will decimate your tomato garden in a flash! Luckily there's a fascinating way to turn the tables on this green goblin. Here's how.
For a change of scenery to your garden why not plant the Elderflower (Sambucus nigra) and treat yourself to all of the licorice and star anise-flavored treats that come from harvesting the elderberries?
Among the various vermin and pests that can reek havoc on crops and gardens, rabbits generally don't cross the minds of most gardeners. However, these buck-teethed baddies are no joke and will come after more than just your carrots. To prevent an all-out massacre of your crops, here are some useful tips to get rid of those rascally rabbits.
From the traditional to the contemporary, patios come in many shapes and sizes. Brick patios are the go-to for many traditionalists. But homeowners who want to give their brick patios a bit of flair may consider these four trendy brick patterns:
On the United States Capitol grounds in Washington, DC, US Botanical Garden gardeners Margaret Atwell and Beth Ahern give you their tips on container gardening.
A visit to the Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Vienna, VA brought to you by the Washington Gardener where they takes a video of the beautiful summer succulents.
Finding a suitable garden location can be difficult, especially since yard space is a commodity and you should take into account the need to keep plants safe from children and pets.
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Get a rare look at the White House Kitchen Garden. You don't even have to get through Secret Service!
Every gardener knows how important bees and other helpful critters are to your garden. Attract the bugs you actually WANT in your garden with this funky bee bungalow.