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    Ask A Gardener

    Should I Take My Hummingbird Feeder Down So The Hummingbirds Know It’s Time To Go?

    Ask a Gardener Question: I’ve received conflicting answers and hope you have the definitive answer. Should I take my hummingbird feeder down so the hummingbirds know it’s time to migrate? It’s going to get cold here soon and I don’t want them to stay too long and freeze! Thank you! Rose C. Answer: As autumn fully settles […]

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    By Kelly White 11:52 am | October 4th 2016 (0) Comments
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    Garden Discoveries, Traditions

    Johnny Appleseed – The Man, The Myth, The Legend

    Most of us know Johnny Appleseed as the American pioneer who planted apple tree seeds all over what is now considered the northeast United States, spreading good humor, environmental awareness, and the word of God as he went. Sometime over the past 300 years, some of the facts have gotten lost and since today is […]

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    By Kelly White 3:17 pm | September 26th 2016 (0) Comments
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    Garden Discoveries, Traditions

    Why Leaves Change Color (In Case Your Last Science Class Was A Few Years Back)

    Here Comes Fall! Pumpkins, boots, sweaters, football, hot toddies by the fireplace. . .some of our favorite indulgences are accompanied by that notorious autumn foliage backdrop. We love those fall colors! Like all things magical, autumn foliage is unique, stunning and painfully brief. Most of us know the basic reason why leaves change color – loss […]

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    By Kelly White 3:25 pm | September 13th 2016 (0) Comments
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    Decor

    5 Festive Garden Flags To Get You In The Mood (For Fall)!

    One of the greatest benefits to the end of summer is the transition into autumn decorations! Bring on the red and orange colors, scarecrows, pumpkins, and everything Halloween. Even if you’re not quite ready to go fall out, we’ve got just the thing to welcome in the new season – a garden flag! Show your neighbors […]

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    By Kelly White 8:59 am | September 11th 2016 (0) Comments
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    Garden Discoveries

    Finding Inspiration In America’s National Parks

    This week marks the 100th birthday of America’s National Park Service (NPS)! In light of the centennial celebration, the NPS has waived entrance fees to all parks for this weekend, August 25th-28th, 2016. Whether you make it out in the next few days or not, if you haven’t seen our country’s national parks they need […]

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    By Kelly White 8:50 pm | August 26th 2016 (0) Comments
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    Decor, Garden Discoveries, Gifts

    7 Funny Garden Gnomes Guaranteed to Make You Laugh

    Originating in Germany some 200+ years ago, the ceramic gnome has earned its status as the most popular garden decoration through the decades. Can’t keep a good gnome down! These bearded garden dwellers come in a variety of dispositions, but our personal favorites are the gnomes that make us laugh. Here are 7 funny garden gnomes […]

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    By GardenBunch 11:27 am | August 23rd 2016 (0) Comments
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    Product Reviews

    Product Review: The Root Assassin Shovel and Saw

    Summary: This is your next shovel. You need this shovel. You just don’t realize it yet! Category: Tools, Digging Gardening Experience Level: All levels Product Name: Root Assassin Shovel and Saw Vendor: Root Assassin Shovel Review: I currently own several shovels, one for all purpose digging, and one for spading earth. Both work fine, and have […]

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    By ChristineGB 6:00 am | August 3rd 2016 (0) Comments
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    Product Reviews

    Product Review: Bib Pants by Garden Girl USA

    Bib Pants by Garden Girl USA Summary: Love these Garden Bibs from Garden Girl USA!  Sturdy, practical, and still fun to wear while gardening! So many awesome pockets and features. Category: Women’s Garden Clothing Gardening Experience Level: All levels Product Name: Bib Pants Vendor: Garden Girl USA Review: Our vendor partner, Garden Girl USA, was […]

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    By GardenBunch 6:00 am | August 1st 2016 (0) Comments
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    Through My Garden Gate

    Through The Garden Gate of Kay Boring – Mount Dora, Florida

    “Gardening is much more enjoyable if you allow yourself to relax and be flexible with how it turns out, giving yourself and your garden the room for some wonderful surprises along the way.”    Kay Boring Featured Gardener: Kay Boring Location:  Mount Dora, Florida Years Gardening:  70 Zone:  9b How much time do you spend gardening?   It depends […]

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    By GardenBunch 10:48 am | May 16th 2016 (2) Comments
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    Growing Tips

    5 Very Hard To Kill Houseplants For The Vegetationally Challenged

    Keeping things alive is hard – children, pets, your marriage – but we’re guessing what’s at the top of that list is your pesky houseplant! Whether you’ve reached for the stars (and failed) with the elusively blooming Jerusalem tulip or are still mourning the death of that family of figs… we’re offering you redemption. Here […]

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    By Kelly White 10:30 am | April 26th 2016 (1) Comment