If spike flowers are the exclamation points of the garden, ‘Hocus Pocus’ will cause a lot of excitement.
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There are a lot of different types of shovels out there, but with the right tool, not only will you save your back, you’ll work faster and smarter, too!
This sun-loving container looks good from spring to first frost. Keep it watered though, since this hanging basket is only 10 in. square and dries out quickly.
Those luscious pink, white or deep red peonies that Grandma grew were a welcome sight in spring and had a wonderful fragrance.
Sooner or later you’ll probably need to take off a tree limb to repair storm damage or to keep from hitting your head as you mow the grass.