Kids’ DIY: Growing Flowers from Seed

Growing flowers from seed with your kids is a lesson in biology, but it’s also fun and a great snow day project. It’s best when the flowers you choose are really colorful, easy to grow, and great for pollinators and bouquets.

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Must-Have First Flowers Of Early Spring

At winter’s end, gardeners want nothing more than to see the first flowers of the season. These pretty petite bulbs are some of the first spring beauties to appear. Many spread over time amplifying their beauty even on the coldest days of early spring. And all of them feed bees.

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DIY Video: Hardy Cacti and Succulents for Almost Any Garden

Succulent and cacti gardening is popular because drought tolerant plants are self-sustaining once established. And most gardeners across the US can grow them, if they choose hardy varieties. Here are some of the prettiest hardy succulents for home rock gardens, trough gardens, or raised plantings. They are hardy cacti and succulents for almost any garden.

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DIY Garden Project: Homemade Rosewater from the Garden

Quality homemade rosewater starts with the most fragrant garden roses that have been grown organically. This simple how-to makes it easy to create your own rosewater for cooking, scenting linens, or make-your-own cosmetics.
Homemade Rosewater from the Garden

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Gro Your Own Video: Indoor Herb Growing

Fresh herbs taste best for home cooking, so why not grow your own indoors this winter? Here are the best herbs for indoor growing plus tips for successful indoor cultivation.

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Black Gold® Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss

Looking for the best all-purpose soil amendment and mix base for your garden? Then try Black Gold® Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss and Black Gold Peat Moss Plus! It’s natural and organic for organic growing.

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DIY Garden Project: The Best Plants for Cats

Many of these great kitty plants can be grown indoors or out. Each is great for cats and cat health, and many will make your cat happier in your yard or home.

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