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Garden of Repeatin'

Garden of Repeatin' repurpose every day items in your garden!

Ideas and tips on reusing and recycling household and out of the box items for your garden.

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Flower of March: Daffodil

Flower of March: Daffodil

Get to know the history and more about the Daffodil.

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Flower of February: Violet

Flower of February: Violet

Violet's Latin genus name of Viola is believed to have come from “Ione" and the Greek legend of Jupiter having to change his lover Io into a cow, for protection, and then create Viola blooms for her to graze on more happily than grass.

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Chrysanthemums: A Second Look

Chrysanthemums: A Second Look

Mums have been cultivated for thousands of years and play a significant role in cultural practices around the globe.

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Fabaceae:  A Family Portrait

Fabaceae: A Family Portrait

Find out what makes bean, pea, clover, indigo, and others in the legume family 'pioneer' plants.

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Portrait of Citrus Fruit

Portrait of Citrus Fruit

Get the juicy scoop on these sunny fruit.

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Books to Help the Garden Beginner

Books to Help the Garden Beginner

Our Favorite Beginner Gardening Books

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Flower of January: Carnation

Flower of January: Carnation

What's in a Name:Carnation comes from the Greek word "corone", which means meaning flower garlands, its scientific Genus name of Dianthus means “Flower of Love" or “Flower of the Gods".History:Carnations have been popular for formal ceremonies, joyful celebrations and expressions…

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Garden Television Clichés Exposed!

Garden Television Clichés Exposed!

Enjoy the humor in this cliché-filled Australian spoof of garden television!

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Poinsettia of a Different Color

Poinsettia of a Different Color You don’t have to see red…

Move beyond red into a rainbow of Poinsettia choices.

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