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Are you looking to narrow down the vast choice of options available to you when making decisions for your garden? Well, you've come to the right place. Let Gardening Know How give you their top picks for anything and everything gardening.

Clay soil, also known as heavy soil, consists of tiny particles that absorb water slowly. The soil becomes sticky and holds the moisture for long . . .
No one likes the drab garden that sets in once fall arrives.  Then, winter takes the reigns shortly thereafter. But just because it’s getter cooler . . .
Spring dances into the backyard wearing green leaves and frilly blossoms, but autumn’s attire is even more dramatic. Think the colors of flamenco dancers: deep . . .
Hummingbirds are a great bunch of guys to have in your garden. They’re beautiful, they’re fascinating to watch, and they’re excellent pollinators. Plenty of people . . .
The onset of fall doesn’t need to mean the end of harvesting fresh veggies. There are a number of ways to extend your harvest season. . . .
Gardeners often rely on myths and misguided advice handed down from generations of well-meaning folks. Although they continue to circulate, garden myths may actually serve . . .
As a landscape designer and garden center worker, I am constantly being asked to identify mystery plants for my customers, friends and family. There are . . .
Honeybees play a vital role in pollinating plants around the world. In the United States alone, the survival of at least 150 food crops depend . . .
Small gardens are an excellent way to bring the outdoors inside. Miniature plants are more than just dwarf varieties or bonsai specimens. Miniatures may also . . .
Rooting plants from cuttings is one of the greatest cheap thrills for a gardener. Plant pieces cut from a parent plant to form new shoots . . .
Are you after some great plants for your garden that will come back and wow you year after year? Then look no further! Here’s our . . .
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