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Now that the holidays are almost over, put your old Christmas trees to good use and make smart resolutions to help your lawn when spring comes.
Have you decided what to get for your favorite gardener this holiday season?
Find out when to trim those evergreens and how to prevent grub damage, and remember these tips for a tip-top Christmas tree.
If you're buying a Christmas tree, there are a few things you need to know in order to keep it healthy and beautiful.
A sure sign of the approaching holidays is the appearance of those wonderful Christmas-tree shaped cones of live rosemary in garden centers and upscale supermarkets.
A great resource for proper tree selection, planting and care.
Lawn-related advice in preparation for a possible coming storm.
Save those leaves: They're a gardener's best friend.
All you need to know about edible plants, and getting ready for the region's cold weather with these gardening tips - but watch out for acorns.
White-footed field mice consume acorns, and those mice are known for carrying Lyme disease.