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Fine Gardening – Issue 183

  • "A Water-Wise Garden That Works" Plant IDs

    In "A Water-Wise Garden That Works" (Fine Gardening #183), author Patrick Quadrel begins, "In 2005, I killed my front lawn." What he grew instead of the ubiquitous carpet of grass…

  • Preview: 6 Ways To Make More Compost

    My grandmother, who managed a working farm in my birthplace of Malta, gave me my first lesson on soil health when I was about seven. As we harvested lettuce for…

  • Preview: A Water-Wise Garden That Wows

    In 2005 I killed my front lawn. It wasn't negligence or ignorance. It was premeditated, cold-spirited, calculated murder. It's not that I don't appreciate turf grass. It most certainly has…

  • Preview: Fall in Love With Unexpected Autumn Color

    Autumn is a glorious yet often overlooked season for container creativity. As summer annuals wane, garden centers lure us with rows and rows of ornamental cabbage and stiffly budded mums…

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