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A Gorgeous Gallery of September Flowers

September is the time of year when children head back to school and the harvest begins to wind down in the Northern Hemisphere. While the weather is often mild and sunny, there tends to be a feeling o…

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5 Tips for an Enchanting Summer Garden

Being in nature is one of the most healing and inspirational gifts we can give ourselves. If you are fortunate enough to have a garden, you have an opportunity to create a magical and healing place th…

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13 Tips to Create Your Own Healing Garden

Since ancient times, many civilizations have realized the healing qualities of gardens with their fruit trees, flowers, water, and songbirds. The earliest hospitals in the Western world were infirmari…

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5 Flowering Garden Plants That Scoff at Drought

By Ramon Gonzalez, TreeHugger I have mentioned before, in the post on converting lawns to gardens, that my garden survives on rainfall. The only time I supplement watering is when I am trying to e…

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8 Colorful Garden Flowers to Sow in Summer

By Ramon Gonzalez, TreeHugger By late summer, many of your favorite annual flowers start to burn out as the plants complete their lifecycle and go to seed. But you can extend the parade of color …

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How to Make a Watering Hole for Garden Bees

By Ramon Gonzalez, TreeHugger As the temperature rises in the garden, it is important to remember the bees you’re attracting to your garden will also be searching for water. For bees, a supply …

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The “New Wave” Garden

“New Wave” gardening is an innovative style that mixes nature and architecture, creating various looks depending on which plants are used, but always giving a wonderful impression of controlled freedo…

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Thanks. That's unfortunate - but truly not unusual ... It's just like with us humans: We also don…

Scared again

Give up bacon? Not on your life or mine. Moderation is the key and as the author stated, those who …

Time for a change of one's habit