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Summertime is here!
A set of planters will brighten the porch
A lawnmower that always starts!!!
Planting Boxwood to foil the deer
Japanese Hori hori knife for ease in weeding and digging
Rain barrels can save rain until you need it
Getting the garden started in Boston
Scientists question modern methods of agriculture
A rotary cultivator tills places your rototiller misses
Strathwood folding Adirondack chair--classic outdoor comfort
It's time to add gypsum to my garden soil again
Grow Daylillies for ease and beauty
Shasta Daisy is a chrysanthemum problem free and beautiful
Wildflower perinneal garden in a package
Sage plants make a good border and have a delightful fragrance
Creeping thyme makes a great ground cover
Oregon Grape is a low maintanance landscape plant
Nature's Touch Catalog is full of decorative touches
April 2011 Monthly Roundup for Garden Snob
Strathwood Recliners mean high end comfort
Johnny's Seeds Interactive Tool Kit provides precision planting tips
Bleeding Heart is another nostalia enducing flower
Ranunculus make a great spring holiday bouquet
Square Foot Gardening for limited space and ease of work
Burpee Seed Starting is an all in one system for a great price
Spring Hill Nursery has unique plants and gives a lifetime guarantee
I'm planting Daphne near the screened in porch
Spirea makes a lovely landscape plant
National Heirloom Exposition is in Santa Rosa in September
Earthway Hand Operated Spreader/Seeder for seeding and fertilizing
How about a beautiful lawn that is also safe for kids and pets?
Mountain weather refreshes everything
A peer reviewed study underlines the dangers of Monsanto GMOs and Roundup
Wall O Water works for early warm vegetables
Spring is a good time to plant summer bulbs
Transplanting the perennials
Coolaroo Triangle Shade Sail provides shade where you need it.
Even the Mayo clinic supports home gardening
March 2011 Monthly Roundup for Garden Snob
Look for Spring Garden Markets in your area
String of Pearls is a great indoor plant
Spring came in unnoticed and the ground cover flourished
Plum tree in the rain
Plant your hops in the spring; make beer in the fall
Sugar Snap Peas are the sweetest treat in early spring
March is making up for sunny January
Peltor Over-the-Head Earmuff are light and effective
It's time to test your soil before spring planting!
Phylox plants make great groundcovers and lovely blooms in spring
Organic beats chemical fertilizers in productivity
The primroses are blooming!
Bunching onions continue to grow year after year
A spring day when planting peas come to mind
Audubon Workshop has a catalog full of ideas for attracting birds
A pomegranate tree is good for landscaping and eating
The first sprouts of spring!
Hydrofarm grow lights jump start seedlings for an early spring
Burgandy plum tree makes ripe fruit in July
The truth behind the Monsanto contract with farmers-- it's all your problem
Garden's Alive catalog arrives with a $25 gift coupon
February 2011 Monthly Roundup for Garden Snob
A seedling heat mat will make the growing season arrive sooner
A good article from the New York Times on GMOs
A snowed in garden still gives vegetables
A bedside garden book--a good night companion
Johnny's Seed Catalog is unique among seed companies
Kellog's Gardner and Bloome soil conditioner--a disappointing mix
Bat Guano has a long history of being used for fertilizer
Today I put lettuce in the ground
Forcing wild shrubs and bushes brightens the winter day
Southern Exposure Newsletter has a few good tips - February 2011
More on the Monsanto victory for GE alfalfa
Dropping by your local nursery sometimes pays!
Gardeners Steer Manure is the best buy!
Hosta in the shadow of the house

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