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Colder Winter Means A Longer Wait For Spring

In cold winters like this, plants – even early bloomers – just wait a little longer.


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Most Damaged Trees Will Recover

Despite the damage some sustained this winter, once it gets warmer, trees and shrubs really are able to recover a lot.


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Get Away From Winter At Flower Show

Go to the Flower Show for a one-day getaway and come home with ways to get your garden in shape this spring.


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Winterberry Is A Gift Year Round

Those beautiful red, round winterberries on bare branches are gifts from Nature – for the birds, the squirrels, and for you!


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Plan Your Plantings

Thinking ahead is a skill worth developing before you plant anything more than an annual – trees, shrubs or perennials – that you want to enjoy for years to come.


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How To Move Plants And Shrubs

By moving plants correctly early in the fall, you have a good chance they’ll be happily leafing out and blooming in their new spots next spring.


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Making The Most Of Mandevilla

In early May, I stuck a Mandevilla in the middle of a shorn shrub, wound the flowering vines up around the barest branches and said, ‘There, that’s better.’


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Time For Some Potted Plants To Make A Move

Maybe you’ve had a holly or a spruce or some deciduous tree or shrub in a pot since the spring that’s been doing fine all summer. Time to move it to a bigger pot.


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A Sweet Time Of Summer For Summersweet

This shrub is so pretty, why doesn’t everybody have one?


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Deadhead Ever-Blooming Hydrangeas

Wait a minute, didn’t I just tell you this spring NOT to prune your old-fashioned pink and blue hydrangeas? Yes, but some hydrangea are better pruned.


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Newly Planted Shrubs Are Thirsty

Even with all the rain we had in June, if you planted trees and shrubs this spring, don’t think you won’t have to water anymore this summer.


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The Gift Of A Green Spring

It’s easy to get distracted by so many flowers blooming from March until June – but it’s the lushness of the green leaves that’s really the life of spring.


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False Indigo Is A True Winner

One of the best things I’ve ever planted is Baptisia australis, an easy care native perennial, better known by its common name, False Indigo.


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Plant Sales Just In Time For Mother’s Day

Most gardeners find it hard to resist stopping in at special plant sales, like two this weekend in the Philadelphia area.


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Plant Sale And Gardening Book Giveaway

There’s a plant sale coming up on Saturday May 4th at the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University and, if you’ve got any gardening books you no longer use…