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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.

    Organic gardening is an awesome way to ensure you get healthy, wholesome produce that you know is chemical free. It’s rewarding, but sometimes it’s tricky. . . .
    Good garden practices go a long way to reducing maintenance, improving plant health and creating a self-sustaining garden. Even the most experienced gardener can benefit . . .
    It may seem like there are no garden chores in winter. The gray skies and leafless landscape don’t exactly shout “garden,” but the quiet dormancy . . .
Winter can be a tough time for the gardener. Not only are all those fresh flowers and vegetables gone, but so are their bright colors. . . .
Whether you’re lagging in space, seeking more flexibility, live in a cooler climate or simply enjoy gardening with container plants, we’ve picked some of our . . .
So you’ve worked hard keeping your garden looking its best, but what’s this you see on the leaves of your beautiful plants – bugs! No . . .
If you’re one of those people stuck on gift ideas for gardeners, there are actually more than you might think that will work. And if . . .
Nothing may be prettier than a spectacular spring or summer garden filled with abundant color, but did you know there are many attractive or colorful . . .
Privacy is important in your yard or garden, and it’s great to enjoy the fruits of your labors, but you don’t always want the whole . . .
While feeding backyard birds may seem easy enough, to get the most out of this experience and bring in more birds without damaging the garden, . . .
Climbing plants are such a great asset to gardens. They can cover unsightly or boring walls and structures, and they can produce a living screen . . .
Who doesn’t love wildflowers popping up through the garden? These hardy plants are great for bringing in pollinators while filling the area with loads of . . .
Heirloom vegetables are older open-pollinated varieties of veggies. Heirlooms, unlike hybrids, are not bred to resist diseases and pests but sometimes breeding these qualities into . . .
It’s a well-known fact that plants take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen – they’re like our breathing soul mates. But some plants are . . .
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