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Put on your gloves and get to work. Then, when the weather warms, your garden will be ready.
How to Prune Crape Myrtles
Crape myrtles bloom on new growth, so prune them in early spring before they break dormancy.
A sharp tool cuts cleanly, and a few minutes spent with a diamond file will pay off in the health and appearance of your plants.
Video Series: Dividing Perennials
Spring is a good time to divide perennials, and the best technique to use depends on the type of roots the plants have.
Soil Testing is Worth the Effort
Know what to test for, and learn how to take a proper sample.
Planting Trees the Right Way
Spring is prime time for planting trees, which are generally purchased bare root, in containers, or balled and burlapped. Get planting instructions for all three.
How to Plan a Vegetable Garden
Grow more fruits, vegetables, and herbs by devoting a few hours each day to planning.
Sedums to Know and Grow
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