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June Gardening Tips

As we welcome in summer, our gardens are now in full swing. With summer weather we have to keep …

Amaryllis Bulb in pot

Growing Amaryllis Bulbs

There is a chance that you may receive an Amaryllis bulb for Christmas. Often Amaryllis bulbs are sold as …

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October Gardening Tips

Now that fall weather is upon us, October is a great time to enjoy working in your gardens and …

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Cover photo for Dealing With Pesky Fire Ants

Dealing With Pesky Fire Ants

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