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    19 Garden Tasks to Accomplish in April

    Spring is finally, gloriously here! It may be rainy where you are, or you may even have a quick dusting of snow, but it’s here. Time to break out the garden tools for the season, and get to work outside! Things will be warming up before you know it. Here are 19 garden tasks to […]

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    By GardenBunch 7:00 am | April 1st 2016 (0) Comments
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    5 Holiday Wreath Ideas That Will Put Your Neighbors’ Wreaths To Shame

    When you think of a holiday wreath, what immediately comes to mind?  An evergreen circle with a couple of pine cones, a few glass ornaments, and a big red bow, most likely affixed with a couple of well-placed  blobs from the trusty ‘ole hot glue gun, right? Aren’t you getting tired of hauling that tired […]

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    By GardenBunch 6:00 am | November 23rd 2015 (0) Comments
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    How To Make Easy But Memorable Thanksgiving Food Art

    Ideally, the holidays are a time for enjoyment, indulgence and whimsy – a time to make everything feel a little more special – a glorious glimpse into what life is like when you let yourself break all the rules. Keeping with that spirit, we here at GardenBunch officially give you permission to play with your […]

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    By Kelly White 6:10 pm | November 22nd 2015 (0) Comments
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    Tricks For How To Decorate A No-Carve Pumpkin

    If the thought of sitting on the kitchen floor with a deadly weapon and sticking your hands into the goopy guts of a pumpkin doesn’t appeal to you (not to mention the prospect of finding renegade pumpkin seeds for months to come), then it may be time to consider some no-carve options for decorating your pumpkins […]

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    By GardenBunch 6:00 am | October 1st 2015 (0) Comments
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    How To Plant A Vegetable Garden – Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet

    Every once in a while, we discover a fantastic gardening resource that we cannot wait to share! Thanks to the creative team at Anglian Home we’ve got a perfect example of just such a resource. Before we unveil it, take a look at what you’re getting ready to learn: 10 Things this Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet will teach you: […]

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    By GardenBunch 7:30 pm | April 23rd 2015 (0) Comments
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    How To Space Your Seeds For Success

    If you’re a new gardener, you might be wondering how far apart you should space your seeds. To give your plants the best chance of survival, it’s important to know each specific plant’s spacing requirements. Fortunately for us, Atlantis Hydroponics has created this helpful Square Foot Planting Guide infographic to give us the dirt!   Sign […]

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    By GardenBunch 8:23 am | April 19th 2015 (0) Comments
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    Four Questions To Ask When Choosing Decorative Rock For Your Landscape

    My gardening years have been enjoyed in a variety of climates, as I’ve had the good fortune to live in Florida, Virginia, New York, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, and California.  All of my homes have had slightly different landscapes, but all shared a common foundation – grass lawns and mulched beds.  Until now. Six […]

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    By Gwen Holloway 3:29 pm | April 7th 2015 (1) Comment
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    Pollinate It Forward! Join the BeeBooster Team

    Join Crown Bees and GardenBunch in the quest to educate people about Bees, our environment, and the impact on our food supply.  Crown Bees is a supporter of the BeeWithMe network to collaborate to raise native bees and grow more food.  Learn more here: BeeWithMe  Why Native Bees? There are 4,000 different types of native bees […]

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    By GardenBunch 10:46 am | March 25th 2015 (0) Comments
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    How To Design An Inviting Entrance Container Pot – Part 2

    I had the great joy of attending the NW Flower & Garden Show last week. One of the seminars I attended was presented by Karen Chapman CPH, of Le Jardinet, Garden Designer. The seminar Karen presented was, “The Squish Factor: Designing Abundant Containers,” on the DIY stage. She is an absolutely delightful presenter! With her […]

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    By ChristineGB 10:22 am | February 21st 2015 (0) Comments