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Magazine articles on gardening and yard work.
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National Gardening Fire Ants They're the most common and destructive of the fire ants in the United States, and they're common in all of the southern tier states. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
National Gardening
Suzanne DeJohn
Coffee Repels Slugs USDA researchers in Hilo, Hawaii, have found that caffeinated coffee kills or repels slugs and snails better than the commercial slug bait, metaldehyde. The higher the caffeine content, the better. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
August 27, 2002
Peter Richmond
Top 10 Gardening Tools For Men Whether you're moving in to your first new home, or like to signal to all the women in your neighborhood that your grass is always greener, here are the Top Ten Must-Have Garden Tools. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
This Old House
Lynne Ocone
10 Minutes to More Flowers A quick annual pruning will keep flowering shrubs shapely and full of blooms. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
National Gardening
Alain Charest
Trumpet Vine Native American plant makes good, especially in the North. Many garden plants are described as blooming all summer long, but trumpet vine is one of the few to actually live up to this description. Its only requirements are a sunny exposure and a good pruning in winter. mark for My Articles 147 similar articles
Home Theater
August 2002
Darryl Wilkinson
In Tune with Nature Developing an outdoor home-theater system mark for My Articles 389 similar articles
National Gardening
Nardozzi & Savio
Fragrant Roses: Two Gardeners Weigh In Everyone can agree that fragrance is an important characteristic in a rose. Though sometimes this trait has been diminished in the pursuit of breeding larger or various colored roses, some gardeners prize this trait highly, and won't do without it. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
National Gardening
David Cavagnaro
Amaranths: Ancient and Modern Heirloom curiosities or New Age food plants? mark for My Articles 152 similar articles
National Gardening
Shila Patel
Fall Annuals for the South Gardeners in USDA Hardiness Zones 7 and 8 may want to replant a fall crop of annual flowers to keep the flowering season going into winter. Recent evaluations conducted at Mississippi State University revealed some top performers among colorful annuals. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
National Gardening Bulbs 101 In addition to their charm and beauty, the large and diverse group of plants known as bulbs have a lot going for them: They come in neat little packages, are just about 100 percent guaranteed to bloom the first year they are planted, and are surprisingly pest- and disease-free. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
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