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Creating Anew: Life and Garden

In a garden, you don’t have to go far to be wowed. Heading to the recycling bin one evening, I spotted a bee dancing around a passion vine flower. I dumped my cans (thank heavens, I wasn’t carrying glass) and dashed for the camera! Recently one Sunday morning, I was slow watering some young plants | read more →

What’s Your Color Style: Bold or Subtle?

Some like it hot: gardeners, that is. When it comes to picking plants, they reach for vivid, eye-dazzling colors. Others go for softened hues. I want both! My baby-pink crinum lilies temper high temps in part shade to sun. Sky blue flowers visually cool us down, which is one reason why plumbago is so popular | read more →

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Creating Anew: Life and Garden

air date: July 22, 2017

Join author and designer Jenny Peterson on her poignant and spirited healing journey in The Cancer Survivor’s Garden Companion. On tour, The How Do Gardener Rick Bickling and wife Ellen bounced off ideas for an old basketball court and a flooding garden in shade. Daphne explains why fungal disease has run rampant and what to do about it. Find out how to grow tropical, heat-loving bougainvillea. Trisha cools us down with refreshing homemade popsicles, including fruit, coffee and green tea flavors!

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July To Do List

This month's tips for how to care for your plants, pruning, fertilizing, lawn care, and preping for your garden. Read the entire to do list.

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