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With a little TLC, you can coax this winter beauty to flower again and again.
Keep these plants on a kitchen windowsill to take your cooking to the next level.
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Whatever you do, don't plant it directly in the ground.
A great addition to your late-summer plot, this root is high in fiber and rich in vitamins.
It's the ultimate garden herb for a reason.
Reap your best (and spiciest) crop ever.
Just-picked tastes so superior to store-bought.
Give 'em warmth and sunlight and these unfussy fruits will thrive.
No space, no problem.
Save your seeds now for even better flowers next summer.
Only a few more weeks until mums arrive in full force.
And then make a fresh fruit crumble with your harvest.
Spice up your backyard — and your dinner — with this rugged perennial.
Earwigs will eat other pests — but also your precious plants.
It's all about timing.
Don't forget to bring this on your next picnic.
Take your homemade trail mix to the next level.
No dried-out, shriveled shrubs for you.
You don't need acres of farmland to have your own orchard.
They'll save you time, water, and money.
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This three-crate system will churn out rich soil in a fraction of the time.
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Protect your vegetable plot from these pesky invaders.
Here's how to get more of the good kind and ditch the bad.