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Midwest Gardening

From spring through fall, Midwest gardens are flower and foliage packed.

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Mountain Gardening

Grow a diverse, colorful and gorgeous garden in the Mountain region.

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Desert Gardening

Structural and textural plants define the beauty of Desert gardens.

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Northeast Gardening

Grow colorful trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals in the Northeast.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening

Early springs and late winters mean a long Mid-Atlantic gardening season.

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Gulf Coast Gardening

Gulf Coast plant diversity means lush and colorful gardens.

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Southern California Gardening

Mild climate makes gardening in Southern California a dream.

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Southeast Gardening

Diverse Southeast geography gives gardeners a mixed palette of plants.

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South Central Gardening

Mild winters encourage perennials and shrubs to flourish in the South Central region.

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Northwest Gardening

Dig into one of the most fruitful places to garden: The Northwest.

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Gulf Coast Gardening: Improving the Soil in Your Yard

The Gulf Coast is known for a wide range of difficult soils, yet a few simple improvements can improve your garden this season.

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Desert Gardening: Success with Southwest Soils

Learn about common soil types in the Desert Southwest region and how to deal with them.

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13 Great Shrubs for Spring Color

Looking for a plant to add height and color to your spring landscape? Try a spring-blooming shrub. Here’s a baker’s dozen that are more than up to the task.

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South Central Gardening: Spring Pruning Tips

Learn how to prune trees and shrubs for optimum growth in Oklahoma and Texas.

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Mid-Atlantic Gardening: Spring Pruning

Learn the basics of spring pruning in the Mid-Atlantic region so you can trim shrubs, ornamental grasses, and perennials.

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