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South Regional Reports

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    South November Garden To-Do List

    Plant everything. We are happy to live in the South, where we can plant our favorite plants now without worrying about them heaving out of the ground when winter freezes…

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    Gateways to Gardening Through the University of Tennessee

    Every state in the South is unique. And each Southern state experiences different growing conditions as you move from one end of the state to the other. Tennessee is a…

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    Needle Palm Brings Easy-Care Flair to Southern Gardens

    There is more to palms than coconuts and tropical islands. The more you get to know this wonderful group of plants, the more you realize how diverse they can be.…

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    South October Garden To-Do List

    Throw your mums on the compost heap. If you purchased a garden mum (Chrysanthemum spp. and cvs., Zones 5-9) for fall decor, chances are it’s beginning to fade. A quick…

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    Best Native Woodies for the South

    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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    South September To-Do List

    September in the South is a bit of a mixed bag. Summer is still fully in effect, but we also get a few glimpses of fall. One of the first…

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    Ornamental Grasses That Shine in the South

    Late summer in the South is when people really start to take notice of ornamental grasses in the garden. There is good reason for this, as the heat of summer…

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    Growing Blueberries in the South

    There are two times of year I truly love the blueberry bushes in my backyard. The first, of course, is during harvest. Piling mounds of the little beauties into buckets…

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    South August Garden To-Do List

    August and January are the months when I’m most concerned about how my garden looks from inside my house. There are some days in August when I honestly just don’t…

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    South July Garden To-Do List

    July is sneaky. Wasn’t it just May? One day we open our eyes and we are smack dab in the middle of the year. High summer is here, and there…

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