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  • Early blight symptoms
    How-To

    How to Identify and Combat Tomato Blights

    Each year as spring warms into summer, verdant vegetables hold the attention of many an eager gardener. As growers monitor their tomato plants, they may ­notice scattered yellow spotting, a…

  • Flame Seedless grapes
    Design

    Grapevines Offer a Feast for the Senses

    Finding a plant that can serve multiple purposes in the garden is always a gardener’s dream. So let’s focus on a plant that is ideal for landscape designing, greening up…

  • red gooseberries
    How-To

    Growing Currants and Gooseberries in the Northeast

    Soft fruits like currants and gooseberries (which are related, as they are both within the genus Ribes) are often overlooked fruits for Northeastern gardens. These are very hardy fruits (some…

  • bareroot fruit trees at a nursery
    How-To

    Tips for Choosing and Planting a Bareroot Fruit Tree in Northern California

    Plucking mouthwatering fruit from your own home-grown fruit tree is so rewarding. Growing your own lowers your carbon footprint (that luscious peach you're biting into was not driven in from…

  • How-To

    Southwest: February Garden To-Do List

    February in the Southwest is a great time to get back into your garden. Winter is coming to an end, and spring is right around the corner, which makes it…

  • fruit trees
    Design

    The Best Fruit Trees for Southern California

    Fruit trees can be one of the best additions to any landscape. They offer shade and color in addition to healthy, delicious food. Many fruit trees can be grown in…

  • bowl of sweet cherries
    How-To

    How to Grow Sweet Cherries

    Gardeners, when they plant a cherry tree, like to visualize fantastic things, like picking heaps of perfectly ripe, juicy, sweet fruit. If you’ve actually tried to grow a cherry tree,…

  • Article

    Keegan’s Maryland Garden

    Today we’re visiting with Keegan Clifford, who is a vegetable gardener extraordinaire, producing huge amounts of beautiful produce. Keegan lives in Middletown, Maryland (Zone 7), a small town with just…

  • fruiting shrub
    Design

    Fruiting Shrubs for the Mountain West

    I first became interested in gardening because I wanted to learn to grow food for myself and my family. I started by growing vegetables in a community garden plot. Fast-forward…

  • apples rotten from apple maggot
    How-To

    Pest Control for the Northwest: Apple Maggot

    As summer starts to heat up and everything edible starts to ripen, gardeners start worrying about apple maggots (Rhagoletis pomonella) in their apple trees. Long established in eastern North America,…