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Northeast Regional Reports

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    Exciting Evergreens for the Northeast

    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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    Forcing Small Bulbs for a Display Indoors

    A windowsill of fragrant, homegrown spring blooms can flower in your home as early as mid-January. While daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths (Hyacinthus spp. and cvs., Zones 5–9) often take 16…

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    Best Native Woodies for the Northeast

    Gardeners love native plants, and for good reason. They are built to thrive in the conditions of a specific region, often without complaint, and are an essential component in the…

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    Northeast October Garden To-Do List

    Based on averages, most of us in the Northeast will be braced for our first killing frost in October. Even if we’re left waiting, the sun’s track south will cause…

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    Plan for an Early Spring Show With Wood Anemones

    Several species of ephemeral, small understory anemones (Anemone spp. and cvs., Zones 3–11) are lumped together as the woodland or wood anemones. They include mainly European wood anemone, yellow wood…

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    Growing Specialty Radishes in the Northeast

    “Specialty” is a marketing and culinary term for vegetables that are rare, hard to find, foreign, unique looking, or otherwise not your typical garden variety. You may have seen specialty…

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    Northeast September Garden To-Do List

    September is a game changer. Don’t believe the propaganda; school might be back in session, but summer isn’t over yet. In fact, it’s better than ever. The humidity abates in…

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    Growing Delphiniums in the Northeast

    Tall, handsome delphiniums (Delphinium spp. and cvs., Zones 3–7) are rarely seen in Northeastern gardens; we see them in our dreams more than we do in real life. A century…

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    Regional Picks: Tough Plants—Northeast

    See regional picks for tough pretty plants, and read the article by Julie Lane Gray for even more ideas. "It’s important to define first what I mean by a “tough”…

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    Northeast August Garden To-Do List

    By August, summer is a sticky, dust-encrusted, worn-out old shoe. Most of us choose to abandon the garden to find a breeze elsewhere. And many of us will return to…

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