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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-…

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    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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    Regional Picks: Best Edibles – 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…

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    Berries!

    If you want to grow fresh fruit in your yard, consider planting strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. They're a lot easier to grow and pick than tree fruit, kids love…

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    Strawberry Growing Basics

    After years of attempting to force my palate to conform to the masses, I finally gave up trying to understand why no one else was talking about the little seeds…

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    Quick Berry Sauces

    A quick berry sauce may be cooked or uncooked, but either way, it's always just one or two easy steps from freshly picked.

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