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These easy-care little wonders provide year-round blooms in a range of colors. Here's how to grow African violets, including tips on watering, feeding, shaping, cleaning and repotting.
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Add seasonal finery to your yard with natural materials such as pine cones, berries, dried fruit, red- or yellowtwig dogwood and evergreen.
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Though it's not a bloom blast, a winter garden offers its own version of beauty. Here are 7 ways to perk up your yard.
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Prepare a beautiful and bountiful buffet for your feathered friends (and OK, that pesky squirrel, too) and also dress up your winter landscape.
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Create bountiful outdoor winter arrangements with a little help from Mother Nature.
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Make your indoor gardening simple by choosing any of these durable, easy-to-grow plants.
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Dramatic terrariums are surprisingly simple to create. Here's how.
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If every plant that enters your home seems doomed, try these low-fuss options. We chose tough species for 5 common situations.
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The salt you sprinkle on icy walks and driveways this winter might kill your grass, perennials, shrubs and trees next spring. That's because a diet too high in salt...

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Try growing your own bedding plants from seed this winter. Here's how.

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