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Five Ways You Can Make Your Vegetable Garden POP This Summer

Vegetable gardens are sometimes drab and, when you have limited space, it becomes a war between practicality and beauty. It doesn't have to be that way since it's possible to grow food and still have a beautiful garden.

Five Ways You Can Make Your Vegetable Garden POP This Summer
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The Psychology of Plant Care

Many of us have intuitive reactions to our indoor plants that may cause us to do (or not do) certain things with our plants that are not always in the best interest of the plants. Below are some examples.

The Psychology of Plant Care
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Moving Plants Outside

When the first warm days of spring arrive, many folks move their plants outside so they can benefit from the sunlight. The results are often very damaging. Direct outdoor sun can be over 100 times more intense than indoor sun and will quickly burn tender foliage that is adapted to

Moving Plants Outside
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Diagnosing Indoor Plant Problems

Getting rid of pests on your indoor plants is one of the most vexing aspects of owning plants. I can remember feeling so frustrated that I contemplated (but didn’t!) discarding all of my houseplants. So often, I followed treatment instructions only to have the pests reappear again a

Diagnosing Indoor Plant Problems

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Five Ways You Can Make Your Vegetable Garden POP This Summer

Vegetable gardens are sometimes drab and, when you have limited space, it becomes a war between practicality and beauty. It doesn't have to be that way since it's possible to grow food and still have a beautiful garden.

Five Ways You Can Make Your Vegetable Garden POP This Summer
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Planting a Window Box

Combine flowering plants and those with attractive foliage in window boxes to add color to decks, window sashes, and porch rails.

Planting a Window Box
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How to Make a Water Garden

Bring an exotic touch to your patio, deck, or yard by making a small water garden in a tub.

How to Make a Water Garden