Bringing home a flat of columbine is like bringing home a rainbow. These beauties burst on the scene every spring with color that lasts for several weeks.
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Here’s a clever idea for lighting your garden path that uses empty liquor or wine bottles and icicle holiday lights.
If you’ve ever planted grape hyacinth in fall, you know that they sprout leaves in just a few weeks after planting.
A buildup of dust and grime makes it hard for your house plants to absorb the light they need to stay healthy.
In spring, most gardeners have a cluster of newly purchased plants waiting to be set in the ground.