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Think Spring: Preparing Your Soil

Like children, plants need a healthy environment to thrive and mature to their fullest potential. As spring is just around the corner, or already here for many, it is time to prepare your soil for planting. This is a simple and fulfilling process and your plants will thank you (with their beautiful blooms or delicious crops) when they have just the right environment to grow.

March 16, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Get Happy about Dahlias and Glads

This week we conclude Charlie Nardozzi’s guest blog series with a piece about his favorite show-stopping bloomers – Dahlias and Gladiolus. Charlie is a nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. Stay tuned throughout the gardening season for more guest bloggers from the gardening world.

February 15, 2012 · Charlie Nardozzi · One Comment
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Have Winter Blues? Think Spring Blues!

Although some claim that there can never be a true “blue” flower, gardeners and growers have worked to come as close to blue as the human eye can tell. Blue flowers illuminate in the sunlight and provide a striking, contrasting statement with their green foliage. In the spirit of planning for spring, I have highlighted some of my favorite blue flowers to try this season.

January 30, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · 2 Comments
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Growing Up with Clematis

This week we are excited to continue Charlie Nardozzi’s guest blog series. He is a nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. In this week’s blog, Charlie gives tips and tricks on how to successfully grow and enjoy Clematis in your garden. Stay tuned throughout the gardening season for more guest bloggers from the gardening world.

January 19, 2012 · Charlie Nardozzi · Comments Closed
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Raise it up?

While planning my vegetable garden for the spring, I have been debating about whether or not to build a raised bed. I decided to weigh out the benefits and drawbacks, and make a logical decision (the best kind of decision, right?). For your benefit, as I’m sure there are other gardeners trying to make this same decision, the pros and cons of raised beds can be found below, along with my decision.

January 16, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · 2 Comments
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Planning for Spring: Think Pink!

The color pink represents so many wonderful causes and feelings, I thought I would take the time to highlight and celebrate it as one of my favorite colors in the garden. Pink blooms, depending on the shade, can create an endless variety of statements in your garden. When the weather gets cold, I start planning ahead for spring and thought I would help you do the same with some of my favorite pink flowers.

December 28, 2011 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Reflecting on Fall: How Did Your Garden Grow?

After you have finished all of your fall planting, it is always a great idea to reflect on your garden from the past season and evaluate how everything did. I like to take “inventory” of everything I planted in the spring and summer and keep a garden journal with their progress. It is important to note what did well and what may not have met your expectations. For those plants that grew, bloomed, and wowed – make note to plant more next spring.

December 7, 2011 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Garden Design Basics: Using Color to Set a Mood

Whether you’re a planner or an impulse buyer, you can have beautiful gardens if you stick to some basic garden design principles. Here are some thoughts on using color to set a mood.

February 3, 2011 · Suzanne DeJohn · 2 Comments
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