Andrew Schulman

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    Design

    Plants for Property Lines

    We have all seen it: the line of arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis and cvs., USDA Hardiness Zones 2–7) marching down the property line, stiff as can be, their heads lopped off…

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    Beautiful, Low-Maintenance Plants

    Amp up your garden’s wow factor by planting one of these no-fuss showstoppers

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    A Front Yard Makeover

    Learn how these homeowners turned their front yard into a welcoming space

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    How-To

    Two Steps for Pruning Climbing Roses

    Prune yearly for healthier, more manageable growth and bigger, better flowers

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    Garden Vagabonds

    With these self-sowers, what you lose in control you gain in adventure

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    Choosing the Right Paving Materials

    Consider these options for the look you want at a price that fits your budget

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    15 Tips for Designing a Better Garden

    A garden designer offers advice for creating enjoyable, livable garden spaces

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    Feeding and Mulching Roses

    Choose a fertilizer that is labeled as being especially for roses. It will have the right balance of nitrogen for top growth, phosphorus, which stimulates the bloom, and potassium for…

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    Planting Garden Roses in Containers

    There are roses for almost every location and so many types to choose from—hybrid teas, floribundas, climbers, ramblers, ground covers, tree roses, and more—and they’re surprisingly easy to grow. Give…

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    Ridding Your Garden of Slugs and Snails

    Snails and their no-shelled cousins, slugs, are a common problem in many gardens. Sometimes they're imported with new plants; once introduced to the terrain, they are hard to eliminate. Getting…