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05.05.2016
Why are we building a house for bugs?  This is cool!.....
04.14.2016
Poor watering practices can do more harm to your lawn than good, and it can carry pollutants out of your yard and into waterways.
04.14.2016
Follow these procedures for both over-seeding lawns and establishing new lawns.
04.14.2016
Soil is composed of four basic components: mineral solids, water, air and organic matter.
04.14.2016
Learn more about the film or purchase a copy at the website, www.symphonyofthesoil.com
04.14.2016
Espoma Organic explains how to make the best decision on which plant food to choose for your lawn or organic garden.
04.14.2016
There is not one perfect mulch. But understanding the attributes of different materials can help you choose the best mulch for a particular location.
04.14.2016
Black plastic, which warms the soil in spring, also heats the soil in summer, possibly to levels that are lethal to plants.
04.14.2016
Many different natural and synthetic mulches are available today, but all perform at least three basic functions: Reduce soil water losses, Suppress weeds, and Protect against temperature extremes.
04.13.2016
Take care of your garden tools and they will take care of you! Well, that’s easy to say but if you’re like me, the last thing I want to do after a day of garden
04.13.2016
Here are some useful tools that all gardeners can use when planting bulbs.
04.13.2016
Most pesticide applications made to home lawns are either unneeded or ineffective. To make sure you need a pesticide, you must first "scout" for pests to see if there are enough to justify the treatment.
04.13.2016
No matter what weeds you have, the first line of defense is preventive practices. Try these options to get at the root of the problem first, before resorting to herbicides.
04.13.2016
Here we explain the various plant food nutrients and how to determine is there is a plant nutrient deficiency.
04.13.2016
Is any windchime good in feng shui? No. Learn the rules of which windchimes are best, where to put them and how to use them according to feng shui.
04.13.2016
Furnish your deck or patio with accessories and designs that add comfort and style to outdoor living. Here are 30 suggestions to get you started.
04.13.2016
Read tips on how to add more vegetables to your daily diet.
04.13.2016
The perfect pot for your container garden is one that enhances the plants and the location in which they're displayed. Choosing the right container involves a number of decisions.
04.13.2016
Potted rye grass is the perfect place to arrange beautifully decorated Easter eggs, or just a nice way to bring spring indoors.
04.13.2016
Mums make a good impression no matter what you're looking for in a fall flower.
04.13.2016
Poinsettia is perhaps the most common plant gift of the Christmas season. It is colorful, traditional and looks like it should be tough to withstand any conditions in the home.
04.13.2016
Many popular roses are susceptible to three fungal diseases, whose names black spot, mildew, and rust are descriptive of their appearance on rose leaves.
04.13.2016
Learn about rose color meanings to send the right message to that special someone, whether you're celebrating romance, friendship or appreciation.
04.13.2016
Here is a spring pruning guide for trees and shrubs. The Old Farmer’s Almanac presents a guide to when and how to prune specific varieties of trees and shrubs.
03.08.2016
The yard looks dry and you know you're supposed to water. So you go to the store and look at garden sprinklers, and then it hits you: Too many choices. You see square sprinklers, round sprinklers, oscillating sprinklers, water-pistol type sprinklers, and other options. What's going to work best in your yard? Here's a quick review of different methods you can use.
01.27.2016

The New Grossmans Garden & Home is expanding their Landscape/Design division and is currently looking for a Certified Landscape Architect/Designer.  

01.27.2016
The 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location.
01.20.2016
Here's all you need to know about what to plant in a garden filled with vegetables.
01.20.2016
Dress up your front porch and yard with these holiday outdoor decorating ideas that last from the first days of fall through the New Year. They look great on a porch or just outside your door.
01.20.2016
Anyone can throw some lights on a tree, but a beautifully decorated Christmas tree can light up the holiday spirit of everyone who sees it. Make sure your tree looks exquisite and classic by decorating with elegance.
01.20.2016
Everything you need to know to plant in containers, leverage vertical gardens, and more
01.20.2016
 Growing Vegetables In A Hanging Basket
01.20.2016
IMAGINE if your pots and planters always looked fabulous. "Wow!" your friends would say to one another, "How does she do it?"
01.20.2016
How to care for your hanging basket and keep it looking good all summer.
01.20.2016
Learn about more than 200 trees and shrubs. Entries are listed alphabetically by common name. Click on another category heading to sort the list alphabetically by that category.
01.20.2016
Here are 22 of the best reasons to plant and care for trees or defend a tree’s standing:
01.14.2016
Houseplants have been going in and out of vogue ever since the early Greeks and Romans starting bringing their plants in from the outdoors.
01.04.2016
Amaryllis flowers are easy to grow from bulbs and great for adding color to your holiday decor.
01.04.2016
Vertical gardens are an alternative for gardeners who don't have a lot of horizontal space, want to cover an unattractive wall, or just want something different.
12.04.2015
When buying evergreens to use for decorating, make sure they look bright green and that there's not a lot of needle loss when you pick up the branch. It's best if you can cut the branches yourself, though many garden centers offer fresh greens that will look great for several weeks.
11.12.2015
The key to hydrangea winter protection is to protect your plant, whether in a pot or in the ground, prior to the first frost of winter through the last frost the following spring.
11.12.2015
When cold temperatures and winter weather, such as snow, sleet, wind and ice set in, it's easier to stay inside when you know your shrubs are safe and sound.
11.12.2015
Special techniques bring showy flowers into bloom
11.06.2015
How to keep indoor plants healthy and pest-free.
10.30.2015
Fall is an ideal season for planting trees, shrubs and other assorted plants.
10.29.2015
Helping you grow beautiful succulents wherever you are!
10.28.2015
Putting the garden to bed for the winter is mostly a matter of cleaning up and covering up.
10.20.2015

Grossmans explains the art of punkin chunkin

10.12.2015
The days are cooler, the leaves are changing, fall is in full swing!
10.12.2015
Bringing plants inside for winter is not as easy as simply moving their pots from one place to another.
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