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Not sure how to plant, prune or divide your plants? We’ll let you know how and when to tackle these tasks. We also have helpful advice on starting seeds, how to identify (and get rid of) weeds and save water.

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Compost Tea

Give your soil a healthy dose of beneficial microbes by adding brewed compost tea. We'll show you how to make it and use it in your garden here.

Dividing Siberian Iris

When your Siberian iris isn’t flowering as well as it used to it may be time to divide. Find out how to do this and get your new divisions off to a great start.

Bulb Planters Make Hard Work Easy

Planting bulbs doesn't have to be a back-breaking chore; check out our favorite bulb planters and planting techniques to make things easier!

Best Battery-Powered Garden Tools

Lightweight and easy to use, you may fall in love with battery-powered garden tools. Here are 6 of my favorite that will make gardening easier.
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How to Start Celosia from Seed

Wondering how to grow celosia from seed? These exotic blooms aren't as difficult as you might think. Follow these tips for celosia seed-starting success!

Dividing Plants in Summer

Need to divide a perennial in summer’s heat? No sweat. Find out which plants you can divide in summer and how to do it so they take off and look great.

Watering Succulents

Watering succulents can be tricky — learn how to identify if you have been overwatering or underwatering.

Identifying Weeds in the Garden

To pull or not to pull? Identifying weeds and perennials in spring can be tricky. We’ll show you photos of commonly confused plants and what to look for.
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