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Add Fruit to Your Garden Palette

Many a great garden delights your senses…the sights and scents of colorful flowers and the textures of leaves, the singing of birds, frogs and crickets that move in for the bounty…but what about taste–simple edibility? While edible gardening may conjure…

Marian Parsley’s Recommendations for Fall Vegetables

Broccoli 'Packman 'F1 hybrid'–Early maturing hybrid; massive 8" sage green heads. Delicious small to medium beads are densely set on domed heads. Reaches maturity in 55-57 days. Great for freezing! *Brussels Sprouts 'Royal Marvel'–Firm, dark green well-wrapped sprouts. Earlier Jade…

Water Conservation In The Landscape

The Importance of Landscaping

There are endless benefits to landscaping your yard. Landscaping makes dull areas pleasing. It is possible to make ordinary homes into spectacular ones and office buildings into warm, livable spaces. Beautiful landscaping increases the property value of your home. The…

Hakonechloa Macra ‘All Gold’ Planted 2003

Favorite Plants of Behnke Employees

In fall, a gardener's fancy often turns to ornamental grasses. My favorite grass is slated to be the Perennial Plant Association's Perennial of the Year for 2009, Hakonechloa macra or Japanese Forest Grass. This is an interesting choice because, while…

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