help contact home
Garden Guide Courses Garden Problems
Grass Seed Finder Fertilizers Birdseed Finder Articles Recipes
Enter Zip Code:
Your Personal Gardener
Come and join our on-line gardening community!

Join Now Log In
Members Only
Edit Your Profile
Your Garden Journal
Article Bookmarks
Recipe Bookmarks
Your Garden Layout
Newsletter Archives
Garden Tools
Garden Calculator Garden Calendar
Granular Know How Glossary
Tell a friend about Gardening123
Click here to e-mail a friend about Gardening123
Photos from Members
Free Membership!Enjoy full benefits of a free membership to G123.

Click here to Join
Our monthly newsletter will keep you up to date on current gardening topics.
In This Issue...
Deer-resistant Plants Mean Less Landscape Damage
by Steve Jones, The Plant Man

If deer are a potential problem, select plants that hold the least possible attraction to deer.
November Tips for the Garden
by Leia Scott Kelly

As you continue to remove dying or dead plants to spruce up the garden don’t forget about leaving some seedheads for the birds.
Overwinter Geraniums in Pot or Bare Root
by Kansas State University

Hang the geraniums upside down bare-root in a cool, damp, dark environment such as a basement and they’ll survive the winter; about two out of three plants will grow again. When you plant them out in the spring, cut them back, and plant them, and they’ll grow.
Winsome Witch-hazel - Native Shrub with an Individualist Streak
by Marielle Anzelone, Brooklyn Botanic Garden

As November approaches and most respectable plants have dropped their leaves and gone to seed, Hamamelis virginiana bursts forth in splendor.
A Friendship Potpourri
by Carol Ness


Privacy Statement | Security Information | User Agreement

Copyright 2000-2013, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
A Division of Kelly Products