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Episode 94: Bulbs On Our Shopping List

Fall is a wonderful time of year for gardeners for so many reasons. It finally cools down so you can actually weed and prune without breaking a sweat. Many of us get to experience the color change of many perennials and woodies as the temps…

Tip: How to Water a Pot

Regular, thorough watering could possibly be the most important factor in a container planting’s success. A container that isn’t watered enough will limp along in survival mode. Water your containers whenever the soil feels dry to the touch…

Underrated Fall Bulbs Webinar

Big yellow daffodils and bold red hybrid tulips are fantastic, but they’re just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to fall bulbs. Whether it is plants from completely different genera (Erythronium anyone?) or off-the-beaten path…

Create a Colorful Summer Container Garden

When the heat of summer truly sets in, many gardeners prefer to sit back in the shade and enjoy their garden, instead of sweating to maintain it. The one task that many of us don’t mind, however, is watering and fertilizing our containers.…

Conifers in Dale’s Garden

Today Dale Dailey (whom we’ve visited before: Dale’s Garden in 2020) is sharing some special conifers. Coniferous trees and shrubs have a special place in our garden located near Lansing, Michigan. Fortunately, we have enough space for many…

Plants for Birds in the Southern Plains

As William Cullina mentions in his article on plants for birds, the sad reality is songbirds are disappearing: “Habitat loss, pesticides, and the accompanying decline of insect populations have contributed to a loss of 25 to 30 percent of…