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    Episode 28: Best Foundation Plants

    Perhaps many of us are scarred from a childhood spent staring at the houses in our neighborhoods that were all landscaped the same way: A few boring shrubs chucked against…

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    The Fine Gardening Seminar Series

      Take your garden to the next level!   Join Fine Gardening magazine, the nation’s premier source for trusted gardening information for this special day of seminars from some of…

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    12 Ways to Create Winter Interest

    A winter garden does not have to lack interest. With the right plants, ornaments, and design, your winter garden can still function as a sanctuary from the world that is…

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    Preview: New Plant Varieties to Try

    For what seems like 8 million years, I have grown ‘Tomatoberry’. It’s a small cherry tomato variety that is not rare or superflashy, but it works well for me, so…

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    Preview: Discipline, Grace, and a Little Open Space

    Chen Choo is a retired nuclear engineer with an artist’s eye and a passion for collecting plants. He and his wife, Linda, have created a garden in southern Ontario filled…

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    Break the Houseplant Rules

    I started collecting houseplants in 1979, right about the time I found James Underwood Crockett’s houseplant book, Crockett’s Indoor Garden, at a garage sale for 50 cents. I was a…

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    Discipline, Grace, and a Little Open Space – Plant ID’s

    "Chen Choo is a retired nuclear engineer with an artist’s eye and a passion for collecting plants. He and his wife, Linda, have created a garden in southern Ontario filled…

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    Episode 27: Plants Worth Overwintering

    Some tender perennials and tropicals can be saved at the end of the season—but which ones deserve a second life? So let’s just be honest: Steve and Danielle don’t overwinter…

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    Holiday Gift Ideas for Gardeners

    It's that time of the year again. We know that the gardener in your life may be particularly hard to buy for during the holiday season. How does one buy…

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    Lessons Learned From a 25-Year-Old Garden

    There’s no such thing as perfection. Even the most beautiful gardens need constant tweaking and editing. The owners of this gorgeous space learned that early on in their landscaping adventures.…