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Is it 'safe' to grow tomatoes in Styrofoam?
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Are you asking me if, since ... Are you asking me if, since the containers are made of Styrofoam, would the tomatoes pick up any chemicals leaching from the Styrofoam? That ...
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Want to force bulbs this winter? Here's how.
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You need to decide which of ... You need to decide which of the two traditional methods of forcing you are going to employ. You can force in a draining ...
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Ornamental grasses can be left long until spring
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Leaving the grass long will help ... Leaving the grass long will help insulate the grass plants all winter long.
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Geraniums brought inside should rebound nicely
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Geraniums are ridiculously sturdy plants, they ... Geraniums are ridiculously sturdy plants, they usually figure it out and reward you with bloom as the seasons progress.
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Cutting peony stems first step in getting plants ready ...
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'Down to Earth,' by the Albuquerque ... 'Down to Earth,' by the Albuquerque Master Gardeners, suggests cutting the stems down to about 6 inches and 'top dress the plantings with milled ...
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Houseplants can be repotted now with thoughtful preparation
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Aim to have everything you'll need ... Aim to have everything you'll need beforehand and be through with your movements.
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Treating fungus on Columbine plant is a tricky process
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White spots could mean there is ... White spots could mean there is a fungus
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Planting at double the depth key for spring bulbs
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Remember to be conscious of the ... Remember to be conscious of the mature height of what you're going to plant and design accordingly. Depending on how the space is viewed ...
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Finding a Mexican redbud might take a little searching
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Fall is the best time to ... Fall is the best time to plant something big like a tree