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Thumbnail Growing Roses – Keys To Success

Growing bigger, bolder roses requires a little effort. Check out these simple tips and tricks from rose experts to make things easier and more successful.

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Thumbnail Harden-off Seedlings Before Planting

Here’s how to harden-off your seedlings. This process, acclimating your seedlings to outdoor growing conditions, starts with understanding wind, cold and stronger sunlight.

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Thumbnail How to Control Pests Organically or Naturally

There are a lot of organic and natural ways to control pests. From the simpliest methods to science-based products, these suggestions can help you keep bugs out of your garden.

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Thumbnail How to Control Whiteflies

Whiteflies are tiny, flying insects that feed on plants, especially in hot weather. Learn what to look for, what plants they like to infest, and most importantly, how to get rid of Whiteflies.

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Thumbnail Kinds of Roses

Roses come in all sorts of sizes, shapes and colors. Get the details on 8 different kinds of roses, and see which rose is right for you.

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Thumbnail Pet-friendly Snail and Slug Control

Snails and slugs damaging your garden? Try one of these methods to get rid of these slimy and destructive pests.

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Thumbnail Pollinator-Friendly Gardening

Here are some gardening tips and plant suggestions to attract pollinators, like bees and butterflies, and keep them healthy.

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Thumbnail Protecting Plants From Cold

There are a lot of ways to protect plants from cold weather. These helpful tips can help protect your plants from early or late frosts and low temperatures.

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Thumbnail Saving Seeds

Saving seeds is a skill that can save you money and produce plants better adapted to the specific conditions of your garden. Here’s how to start.

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Thumbnail Sowing Seeds Outdoors

Planting seeds directly in soil outdoors means dealing with unpredictable elements, such as weather, wildlife and insects. Here are some types of seeds and planting tips to get started.

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