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Mid-Atlantic Regional Reports

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    Exciting Evergreens for the Mid-Atlantic

    Evergreens are crucial to achieving varied texture and form, as well as the key to any successful four-season garden. Unfortunately, many gardeners would put a lot of evergreens in the…

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    Putting the Garden to Bed—or Not—in the Mid-Atlantic

    Autumn has arrived in the Mid-Atlantic and with it, beautiful garden colors. As leaves fall and plants start to go to sleep, what do we do? Traditional gardening dictates getting…

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    Designing With Fall Natives in the Mid-Atlantic

    As temperatures drop, plants in the Mid-Atlantic are displaying some striking characteristics. From fall foliage to richly colored fruit, the features of native plants during this time of year are…

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    Mid-Atlantic October Garden To-Do List

    Summer has loosened its grip here in the Mid-Atlantic. As we breathe a sigh of relief from this long hot season, we can now step back and enjoy the garden…

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    Mid-Atlantic September Garden To-Do List

    It may still be hot and dry here in the Mid-Atlantic, but we are getting a little glimpse of hope when there is a cooler day now and then. Those…

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    Tough Summer Stars for the Mid-Atlantic

    Drought conditions, high temperatures, and humidity make August in the Mid-Atlantic a tough time to be a gardener. The garden is looking a little crispy no matter how much you…

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    Water-Wise Tips for the Heat of Summer

    Midsummer can be brutally hot and dry in the Mid-Atlantic region. Frequent heat waves and dry spells result in the biggest chore of the summer—watering. However, a few changes can…

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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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