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Gardening articles at Dave's Garden

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ArticleAuthorPublish Date
Gardening with Free-Ranging Poultry Audrey Stallsmith July 10, 2012
Off With Their Heads...Deadheads, That Is Gwen Bruno July 11, 2012
New Guinea Impatiens: the Sun-tolerant Version of the Popular Bedding Plant Angela Carson July 27, 2012
Magical Mushrooms: Easy Polymer Clay Creations Jill M. Nicolaus August 2, 2012
Verticillium wilt: how to diagnose it, what to do about it Sally G. Miller August 16, 2012
Blue Clock Vine, a Favorite Thunbergia Marie Harrison August 20, 2012
Fantastic beneficial fungi are essential to healthy garden soil Sally G. Miller September 27, 2012
The classic Adirondack chair: a hundred-plus years of perfect relaxation on a hot summer day. Sally G. Miller September 4, 2012
Hypertufa 101: Mixing, Molding, and Making Your Container Jill M. Nicolaus August 30, 2012
Cosmos species from the Americas are easy annuals Carrie Lamont October 30, 2012
Noteworthy Flowers from This Year's Garden Audrey Stallsmith September 21, 2012
Late Bloomers Too: More Perennials for Your Autumn Garden Gwen Bruno October 22, 2012
Late Bloomers: Perennials for Your Autumn Garden Gwen Bruno October 15, 2012
Fall foliage is not just for trees: "Red" shrubs Sally G. Miller October 24, 2012
Why do trees reject their leaves in the autumn? Carrie Lamont November 12, 2012
Checklist of timely tips for November gardening Sally G. Miller November 1, 2012
Adding warmth your landscape - fire pits from basic to bold Sally G. Miller November 13, 2012
Sparkling Bottle Trees: an American craft Carrie Lamont November 30, 2012
Hectic holiday plans and chilly weather - gardeners retreat indoors for quick December to-dos Sally G. Miller December 6, 2012
Spotlight on Go Gardening: Christmas Tree Farms Melody Rose December 8, 2012
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let Me Sow: Plant Seeds Outside Now for Natural Cold Stratification Sally G. Miller January 9, 2013
Spotlight on the Garden Watchdog and How It Works Melody Rose January 12, 2013
Explaining Vegetable Families: Growing Brassicas (Cole Crops) Sally G. Miller January 30, 2013
Gardening Chores In November Adina Dosan November 12, 2013
Explaining Vegetable Families: Alliums (Onions, Garlic, and More) Sally G. Miller February 13, 2013
Container Gardening: The How, What and Where Paul Rodman February 5, 2013
Explaining Vegetable Families: Cucumbers, Squash, Pumpkins and Melons are "Cucurbits" Sally G. Miller April 9, 2013
Explaining Vegetable Families: Legumes (Peas and Beans) Sally G. Miller February 22, 2013
The Meaning of "Spring" in Texas Carrie Lamont March 26, 2013
Impatiens are in Trouble: Downy Mildew May Affect Your Impatiens Carrie Lamont April 10, 2013
Delightful, Spring Blooming, Fragrant Mockorange (Philadelphus) Sally G. Miller May 17, 2013
Prune Spring Flowering Shrubs as Soon as the Blossoms Fall Sally G. Miller May 2, 2013
Growing Plants in the High Desert- Early Experiences (part 1) Geoff Stein June 6, 2013
Make It Do Timmy Jo Given May 29, 2013
Japanese Painted Ferns Brighten the Shady Landscape Gwen Bruno May 7, 2013
April, Next Year We Promise to be Thankful Suzanne10 May 13, 2013
April Cold is Getting Old Susan Warde May 13, 2013
An Iris Plan Timmy Jo Given May 15, 2013
The Unforgettable April Shower Mary Webb May 13, 2013
A Proustian Moment in the May Garden Jayshree Iyer May 13, 2013

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