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Remove Weeds from Walkways

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A walkway can add a lot of punch to the curb appeal of a house, unless its been... Read More »

Resources for Natural Lawn Care

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NaturaLawn of America Frederick, MD 301-694-5440 Vermont Public Interest Research Group Montpelier, VT 802-223-8421 Federation of State PIRGs... Read More »

Roses | Advice from Suzy Verrier

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Yankee Classic from June 1992 “I hate to tell you,” Suzy Verrier said, pausing sympathetically, “but your roses... Read More »

Seaside Garden Plants

Seaside Garden Plants

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Bunny O’Callahan’s years of gardening on the New England coast have taught her which plants love a seaside... Read More »

Seaside Garden | Garden by the Sea

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This seaside garden in Connecticut is an oasis for birds and butterflies. “I choose plants to feed the... Read More »

Secrets to Growing Lettuce in the Garden

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Many gardeners, even ones that have been growing successful gardens for years, often shy away from growing lettuce... Read More »

Shady Garden Plants

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This shady garden plan — about 300 square feet in area — is perfect for a site in... Read More »

SLIDE SHOW: Rhododendrons at Gleaner Gardens

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The lovely folks at Gleaner Gardens in North Scituate, RI, have been working hard for the past 12... Read More »

Solutions for Violets Invading Lawn

Solutions for Violets Invading Lawn

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Violets are spreading through large sections of my lawn. I’ve tried numerous chemical control products, but none has... Read More »

Speaking My Mind: Would you pay more for locally grown produce?

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Click here to tell us what you think. No name given — Absolutely! And usually the prices aren’t... Read More »

Specialty Gardeners in New England

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New Englanders have a limited growing season for their gardens, but are no less committed to being successful.... Read More »

Steve Silk: Spring Bulbs

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“Create bold swaths of color by planting seven or more bulbs in each cluster,” advises Steve Silk. “It’s... Read More »

Sunny Garden Plants

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This sunny garden plan — about 300 square feet in area — is perfect for a site receiving... Read More »

The Best 5 Public Gardens in New England

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When Virginia Small isn’t gardening at her home in Litchfield County, Connecticut, she’s writing about gardening. A former... Read More »

The Most Beautiful Cemeteries in New England

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Are you a Tombstone Tourist? Do you enjoy visiting cemeteries as a destination for the art, history, nature,... Read More »

The Upcycled Garden | Salvaged Materials in the Garden

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  An enormous “O” hangs in Jeff Soderbergh’s backyard, dangling from a cherry tree like a giant earring.... Read More »

Three Rules for Transplanting Perennials

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Harry Harper grew perennials from the 1940s until 1965 in a windy spot in Eden, New York, where... Read More »

Tips for Flower Arrangements

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Ever wonder how flower farmers and florists make their bouquets so pretty and full? If you have a... Read More »

Tomato Plants

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VIDEO: Farmer Tracie’s Tomato Plant Tips Tips for growing tomatoes: A good tomato crop calls for sturdy stakes... Read More »

Tree Planting Guidelines

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A tree is an investment into the future, so it’s important to give every tree you plant the... Read More »

Win a Copy of 1,001 Old-Time Household Hints

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Want a chance to win a copy of 1,001 Old-Time Household Hints, by the editors of Yankee Magazine?... Read More »

Winter Gardening: Eliot Coleman

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For more than 30 years, Eliot Coleman of Harborside, Maine, has successfully grown food in winter without heated... Read More »



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