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Create a Backyard Memory Garden

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Memory gardens are a beautiful way to honor and remember lost loved ones. They don’t have to be... Read More »

Finding Wildflowers at ‘Garden in the Woods’

The New England Wildflower Society’s ‘Garden in the Woods’ in Framingham, Massachusetts offers a great opportunity to see... Read More »

Flowers That Reseed Themselves | Garden Advice

Flowers That Reseed Themselves | Garden Advice

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Do you love the natural and free-flowing look of wildflowers and meadow flowers? One of the reasons that... Read More »

How to Grow a Meadow | Gardening Advice

How to Grow a Meadow | Gardening Advice

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If you’re having a new house built, you’ll probably have the land around the house graded, tilled, and... Read More »

How to Harvest and Dry Seeds

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It’s time to gather this past summer’s seeds from your favorite flowers and veggies to save for next... Read More »

Project Native: Growing Native Plants

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“Nobody is a better landscaper than nature,” states Raina Weber, dirt-streaked and beaming, from her Housatonic, Massachusetts, native-plant... Read More »

Skunk Cabbage | The First Flower of Spring

Skunk Cabbage | The First Flower of Spring

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She comes to breakfast at my mother-in-law’s house in Madison, Connecticut, almost every Sunday, and my children call... Read More »

Sugar Hill Lupine Festival | Must-See Event in New Hampshire

Sugar Hill Lupine Festival | Must-See Event in New Hampshire

The small village of Sugar Hill, New Hampshire is tucked away in a quiet corner of the White... 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 »

Wildflower Gardening

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One of the best reasons to grow native plants is that they’re relatively easy to raise, because they’re... Read More »



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