300 Million Years And Counting

fernThey have been around for more than 300 million years and can grow up to 50 feet tall. They make great ornamental plants because deer and rabbits find them unpalatable. Find out what types of ferns do best in our home gardens.
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Cocktail Hour In The Garden

garden partyHappy Hour need not be limited to the bars. If you are looking for days of wine and roses, create your own landscape for relaxation and entertaining. Here’s to libations in your own garden. Salut!
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Where There’s Nimblewill…

nimblewill…There is a problem. What weed will grow like grass and blend in with your lawn? Nimblewill will. And, you WILL need to work hard to rid yourself of this pervasive pest.
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Dark Spots

black spotDark spots on the sun are expected, but black spots on roses are not. Easy to identify, black spots are caused by a fungus that loves the sort of excess rains we had last month. Read our lab reports so you are prepared when these unsightly blotches show up on your roses.
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Pest-Resistant Grasses

ornamental grassSpice up your landscape this year with some tall, colorful, pest-resistant, ornamental grasses. Green Spring Gardens will show you how on June 17. For more garden events in the coming months, visit our events calendar.
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The Nexus of Science and Art

brainDo you frequently look for gardening information on the Internet? You can better trust the advice you get by following these tips about searching.
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