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Dec 5, 2018
Make your garden to-do list, and check it twice
Most gardeners across the country are thinking it’s December... gardening season is over. Not so fast. There’s still plenty of tasks for gardeners to do in December, which will make springtime a welcomed breeze. *Be sure you’ve ...
Independent Tribune
Four-season Holly Shrubs for Year-round Gardens
While their shiny, green, prickly leaves and their mostly red berries (drupes) often evoke wintertime and the holiday season, the hollies ...
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12 Ways to Create Winter Interest
A winter garden does not have to lack for interest. With the right plants, ornaments, and design – your winter garden can still function ...
Fine Gardening
Cut a red cedar for the holidays
Bundle up the family for a trek through the woods to cut down an invasive, red cedar tree to decorate for the holidays, and help Kansas City ...
Get Rid Of Aphids: Organic Tips And More
Aphids you hate them! Those pesky, troublesome pests we find on plants in the landscape and on houseplants go by other names as well: Plant ...
Plant Care Today
White Petunia Flowers: Choosing White Petunias For The Garden
In the horticulture world, finding a true, pure colored flower variety can be difficult. For example, a flower may have the word "white" in ...
Gardening Know How
How to Grow Chrysanthemums in Your Garden
In the fall garden, chrysanthemums are the showstoppers, blooming prolifically well after other garden plants have called it quits for the ...
Today's Home Owner
Dispose of Your Old Christmas Tree
The holiday has passed and your tree is starting to dry up. Here are some eco-friendly Christmas tree disposal methods, plus some inventive ...
Ideas for Easy Holiday Containers
I love over-the-top, full of bling and greenery holiday containers, but you can create welcoming holiday containers without an art degree ...
Northern Gardener
A Greenhouse Winter Garden
For an extravagant indoor display, start flowering plants from seed in autumn. It's early March in the Chicago area. The temperatures are ...
Fine Gardening
"My generation worked hard to save the planet! In 1972, I sewed an Earth Day patch on my jeans!"
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What fruit is named after the Arabic word for 'fingers'?
See the answer below.
How to Grow Magnolias in Your Yard
What southern garden is complete without the majestic, fragrant magnolia tree? If you've long admired the beauty of magnolias, you'll be ...
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What Year Was It?
First Nobel Prizes Awarded
What Year
The first Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden, in the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, and peace.
The day was Dec 10. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"The flower which is single need not envy the thorns that are numerous."
Rabindranath Tagore
Trivia Answer
What fruit is named after the Arabic word for 'fingers'?
Answer: Bananas
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