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Mid-Atlantic Regional Reports

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    Mid-Atlantic August Garden To-Do List

    August can be one of the toughest months for gardeners. It’s hot and often very dry. So while you are watering, weeding, and trying to stay cool, here are a…

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    Native Flowers for a Mid-Atlantic Cutting Garden

    Who says only annuals can make up a cut flower garden? By now gardeners know that native perennials are sustainable pollinator attractors and are necessary to support wildlife. In addition…

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    Mid-Atlantic July Garden To-Do List

    July has arrived and the garden is buzzing. The trees and shrubs are planted. The annuals and perennials are staked and blooming. The vegetable garden is lush and ready to…

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    Mid-Atlantic June Garden To-Do List

    Add and subtract from your garden. June is a great time to assess what you have in the garden. By now the garden has filled in, and you can add…

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    Native Ferns for Moist Shade in the Mid-Atlantic Garden

    I recently spoke with Laura Cruz, a horticulturist at Stoneleigh garden in Villanova, Pennsylvania. Laura is passionate about gardening with native plants and uses natives almost exclusively. With a strong…

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    Regional Picks: Variegated Plants for Shade—Mid-Atlantic

    1. ‘Cobblewood Gold’ Bellwort Uvularia sessilifolia ‘Cobblewood Gold’ Zones: 4–9 Size: 8 to 10 inches tall and wide Conditions: Partial to full shade; moist, humus-rich soil Native range: Eastern North…

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    May Garden To-Do List for the Mid-Atlantic

    May always looks like the busiest month of the gardener’s year, and there seems to be a never-ending list of chores. These are just a few tasks that can be…

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    Underused Picks for Spring Containers

    Are you getting tired of planting your spring containers with the same plant palette of pansies (Viola × wittrockiana cvs., annual), hyacinths (Hyacinthus orientalis, Zones 5–9), and sweet alyssum (Lobularia…

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    April Garden To-Do List for the Mid-Atlantic

    The garden is finally awake now, and there is so much to do! The next few months are busy ones for gardeners. Here’s how you can get started. Divide perennials.…

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    Fine-Textured Plants Balance Any Design

    Texture is an element some gardeners may not pay much attention to when purchasing the new and exciting cultivars that just arrived at the garden center this season. However, noticing…

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