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  • Tickseed Coreopsis: A Sign That Fall Is Almost Here
    by Tonya Barnett on September 26, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    After a long summer of planting and tending the cut flower garden, I often find myself relieved with the arrival of autumn. The much-welcomed cooler . . . The post Tickseed Coreopsis: A Sign That Fall Is Almost Here appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • why and when to divide perennials, with ken druse (and tales of his latest flood)
    by margaret on September 25, 2021 at 8:29 pm

    I’VE BEEN SCOUTING around in my garden for orphaned plants, ones that used to be in visually pleasing clumps or masses, but because of expanding.. The post why and when to divide perennials, with ken druse (and tales of his latest flood) appeared first on A Way To Garden.

  • Fall Season Gardening – Welcoming Cool Autumn Weather
    by Nikki Tilley on September 25, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    What’s the first sign I get in the garden that fall is on its way? That’s a good question. Seems these days it’s getting harder . . . The post Fall Season Gardening – Welcoming Cool Autumn Weather appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Feeling The End Of Summer
    by Mary Ellen Ellis on September 24, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    While summer is my favorite time of year, there’s something about early fall that also brings joy. It’s nice to take a break from the . . . The post Feeling The End Of Summer appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Fabulous Fall
    by Amy Grant on September 23, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    At this writing we are in the grip of a heat wave across most of the nation, which has me daydreaming about cooler weather, namely . . . The post Fabulous Fall appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Fall Fruit Trees: Making Cider from Homegrown Apples
    by Laura Miller on September 23, 2021 at 4:00 am

    When searching for a new home, people tend to focus on location, price, and of course the house itself. The presence of fruit trees is . . . The post Fall Fruit Trees: Making Cider from Homegrown Apples appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Red Hills, Cool Breeze
    by Teo Spengler on September 22, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    Here in the French Basque Country, it is said that we enjoy all four seasons every single day. It’s one of the things I love . . . The post Red Hills, Cool Breeze appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Summer’s Stranglehold on SoCal
    by Loren Skoug on September 21, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    It all starts at night, when the persistent heat of late summer just sticks around. The A.C. unit never seems to turn off and the . . . The post Summer’s Stranglehold on SoCal appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Cold Air – Don’t Care
    by Bonnie Grant on September 20, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    I used to work on a private estate as a gardener. We worked year around with no days off for excessive heat, torrential rains, or . . . The post Cold Air – Don’t Care appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • Airing Out The Houseplants For Summer
    by Mary Ellen Ellis on September 19, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    With a house full of cats, I don’t have a lot of houseplants anymore. There’s too much nibbling and risk of toxicity, but I do . . . The post Airing Out The Houseplants For Summer appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • winter sowing of native plants, with heather mccargo of wild seed project
    by margaret on September 18, 2021 at 5:32 pm

    TIME FOR A LESSON in winter sowing—sowing seeds in fall and early winter outside in a protected spot, a sort of easy DIY home nursery.. The post winter sowing of native plants, with heather mccargo of wild seed project appeared first on A Way To Garden.

  • Indoor Houseplants STAY Inside
    by Amy Grant on September 18, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    I’ve always loved the idea of a southern veranda adorned with ferns. It’s probably because that’s about as far as you can get from the . . . The post Indoor Houseplants STAY Inside appeared first on Gardening Know How's Blog.

  • matching light to houseplants, with house plant journal’s darryl cheng
    by margaret on September 11, 2021 at 8:32 pm

    THE DAYS are getting shorter, and in my Northern garden, they’re growing cooler, too. I know my houseplants will be screaming soon to come back.. The post matching light to houseplants, with house plant journal’s darryl cheng appeared first on A Way To Garden.

  • The Environmental Implications of Tree Management
    by Guest Author on September 6, 2021 at 2:50 pm

    Tree management may be misconstrued as an industry in which tree removal is prioritized. However, one of the main services tree surgeons provide is tree planting and tree management, which is... Click on link to read more...

  • How to Keep Skunks Out of the Garden 
    by Guest Author on July 26, 2021 at 12:48 pm

    The key to a skunk-free yard is to make it as unattractive to skunks as possible. Here are tips on how to keep skunks out of your garden.  The post How to Keep Skunks Out of the Garden  appeared... Click on link to read more...

  • Root Washing: What it is and Why You Need to do it When Planting Perennials
    by Todd Heft on July 8, 2021 at 4:44 pm

    Root washing is the removal of all of the planting media from a tree or shrub's root ball before planting it, followed by pruning out dead or damaged roots. The post Root Washing: What it is and... Click on link to read more...

  • How To Build a Garden Wall
    by Guest Author on June 1, 2021 at 3:59 pm

    Building a garden wall is something you can do yourself, but you’ll need to think carefully about techniques, materials, and costs. The post How To Build a Garden Wall appeared first on Big Blog Of... Click on link to read more...