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    How to Prune Raspberries

    A hard late-winter thinning is the secret to healthier plants and bigger, sweeter berries

  • Article

    Plants that Taste as Good as they Look

    From ground covers to trees, these fruit-bearing plants merit a place in your ornamental garden

  • Design

    Evergreen Hollies

    From pyramidal trees to tidy shrubs, these plants have a multitude of garden uses

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    Regional Picks: Garden Staples – South

    1. ‘Sunshine Blue’ Highbush Blueberry Name: Vaccinium ‘Sunshine Blue’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 10 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and wide Conditions: Full sun to partial shade; well-…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Prune Fruit Trees and Shrubs at the Right Time

    No, it's not always the act of pruning that can get tricky, but rather the timing and the type of pruning.

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    My Bountiful Strawberry Harvest

    And now I'm glad that when I planted them I put on my big girl panties, closed my eyes, and pinched off all the very first blossoms. Painful; but incredibly…

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    Blueberries as Edible Landscaping

    I mean, there's like a kazillion ways to go with this gardening thing. So many plants; so little time and all that.

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    Best Vegetables for the Southwest

    1. Purple tomatillo Maturity: 80 to 90 days Yield: 5 to 15 pounds of fruit per plant Needs: Full sun; rich, loose soil (but will tolerate heavy clay soil) A…

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    Build a Support System for Your Strawberry Netting

    A few lengths of copper pipe, some fittings, and a little work keep varmints off the berries and the netting off the plants.

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    How to Grow Great Gooseberries

    Still the rage in England, these sweet-tart berries are making a comeback in America. Learn how to plant, prune, and propagate these delicous berries and keep them free of diseases…