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Whether you're befuddled by a live tree's carbon footprint or simply don't know what to do with all those live holiday flowers you bought, this slideshow's got you covered.
If you've got evergreens growing in the garden, you probably have all or most of what you need to create a jovial holiday wreath.
Where did they come from? What makes them popular? And, most important, how can you keep them looking great?
Make a gilded hydrangea wreath
Use matured hydrangea blossoms to create a beautiful, golden holiday wreath.
An amaryllis encore
If your passion for gardening is known amongst friends and family, you're likely to receive an amaryllis flower this holiday season. Here's what you need to know to keep it alive and blooming for the long haul.
The real and artificial tree faceoff
The carbon-conscience will want to read up on whether a real tree is better or worse for the environment than a resuable synthetic lookalike.
Succeed with a balled-and-burlapped Christmas tree
Living Christmas trees are a great idea—not only do you celebrate the season without killing a tree, you also get something new for your garden. But to ensure that the tree lives on, you have to plan ahead.
Tannenbaum, oh tannenbaum
Our podcaster Andrew Keys brings you two "slightly skewed" tales from the tree farm.
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