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Keep Plants Cozy With A Knit Or Crochet Plant Pot Cover

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Want to keep your plants warm this winter? Love to knit or crochet, but already have too many hats? Have we got the project for you.

The Best Small Fruit Trees For Home Gardens

By Amy Grant

Want to grow your own fruit but short on space? There are plenty of small fruit trees that can fit your garden.

Gender Reveal Seed Paper – Sustainable Gender Reveal Ideas

By Amy Grant

Make a pulp of scrap paper and water, add seeds, and give to your guests to plant as a living remembrance of the occasion.

Fast-Growing Fruit Trees For Home Gardens

By Teo Spengler

Some trees are in no hurry to grow fruit, but some do it much faster. Here are the trees that'll get you harvesting the soonest.

Picking The Best Fertilizer For Fruit Trees

By Teo Spengler

All fruit trees need fertilizer, but how much and what kind can seriously vary. Make sure you're doing it right.

How To Wrap Potted Plants For Winter

By Susan Albert, Freelance Garden Writer

Cold weather’s just around the corner. Grab some burlap and bubble wrap and bundle up your potted plants for winter.

Gainesville Giving Garden – 2022 Grant Recipient

By Caroline Bloomfield

The Gainesville Giving Garden was born from a dream of freedom from food insecurity during the height of covid. Read its story here.

How To Harvest And Use Staghorn Sumac

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Staghorn sumac is edible as a spice, and its berries are delicious as a beverage. Look for it when you go foraging.

Invasive Black Swallow Wort: Control And ID

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Black swallow-wort is invasive and harmful to ecosystems and monarchs. Learn how to identify and eradicate it!

The Best Way To Cut Flowers For Long-Lasting Arrangements

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

Learn the best way to cut flowers for bouquets from our resident cut flower expert.

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