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Butterfly Gardening for Kids...

Butterfly Gardening for Kids
by Eleanore Lewis

Winged jewels of the air ... flutterbys ... no matter what you call butterflies, they entrance everyone. Planting a garden to attract them is one of the best ways to get children of all ages interested in gardening and nature, while introducing them to a bit of science at the same time.

Camellia Hybrids.... What, When, and Why...

Camellia Hybrids: What, When, and Why
by George Wright

George Wright looks at some of the best camellia hybrids available on the market today. Consider adding a few to your garden this season.


Care for Amaryllis in Fall
by Richard Jauron

To bloom, amaryllis bulbs must be exposed to temperatures of 50 to 55 degrees F for a minimum of 8 to 10 weeks.


CDC Adopts New Repellent Guidance for Upcoming Mosquito Season
by CDC

Americans have more options than ever to use in protecting themselves from mosquito bites. Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidance about effective mosquito repellents available in the United States. The updated guidance includes addition of two active ingredients - picaridin and oil of lemon eucalyptus - which have been shown to offer long-lasting protection against mosquito bites. Repellents containing DEET continue to be a highly effective repellent option and are also included in the CDC guidelines.

Celebrate National Garden Month...

Celebrate National Garden Month
by Catherine Doss

For the first time ever, what used to be National Garden Week has expanded to become National Garden Month – 30 days in April to celebrate the beauty and benefits of gardening. The National Gardening Association (NGA) resolved last year to extend the celebration to encompass the entire month of April.

Winter Plants

Celebrate the Holidays with Earth-Friendly Decorations
by Debra Strick

Tom Smarr, Horticulturist at The New England Wild Flower Society, the oldest plant conservation organization in America, reminds the public to avoid adding those plants to their holiday decorations that are known to cause profound damage to the natural environment.

Celosia 'Fresh Look Gold'

Celosia ‘Fresh Look Gold’ 2007 AAS Flower Award Winner
by All-America Selections

Correctly named, these plants look as fresh in September as they did when planted in the spring. ‘Fresh Look Gold’ plants are embellished with bright golden plumes that remain colorful all season, not “browning” with maturity.


Choosing a Less Palatable Pallet of Bulbs
by Kim Hilgers

We've all experienced it - the frustration of planting tulips in the fall with anticipation of spring blooms - only to find that they have become fodder for furry fiends.

Christmas Fern.

Christmas Fern
by George Klingaman

With Christmas fast approaching, it is time to consider the Christmas Fern.


Cleveland Botanical Garden Boasts Unique Glasshouse
by Cleveland Botanical Garden

If you haven’t visited the Cleveland Botanical Garden, there’s now more reason than ever to do so. The garden recently opened a one-of-a kind glasshouse.


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