How To Grow Ginger Root

Ginger is a popular spice used in various dishes, beverages, personal care, and cosmetic products. But did you know that ginger can easily be grown from the root or rhizomes you find in the produce section of your supermarket? Although you will seldom see culinary ginger sold as a potted plant, it is easy to… Continue reading How To Grow Ginger Root

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What Are The Differences Between Zinnia And Dahlia Plants?

There are many wonderful options for your garden, but two of the more popular ones are zinnias and dahlias. These two plants have a lot in common, making it sometimes difficult to decide which to plant. It doesn’t help that you might have spotted nearly identical blooms. Yet, these two plants are different, and it’s… Continue reading What Are The Differences Between Zinnia And Dahlia Plants?

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What Is A Hag Moth? Is It Safe?

Imagine going out into your garden and seeing a weird, hairy, alien creature shaped roughly like a pile of vomit. Before you attempt to remove it, you might be surprised to know this is an actual garden pest. You’re seeing the larvae of a hag moth, an actual terrestrial creature that you’ll want to know… Continue reading What Is A Hag Moth? Is It Safe?

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Garden Highlights of 2022

Hi GPODers, this is your editor, Joseph, and as we head into serious winter here in my northern Indiana garden, I’m looking back at my favorite garden moments from the year that just passed. I hope it’ll inspire you to do the same and to send your favorites into the GPOD so we can all… Continue reading Garden Highlights of 2022

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Midwest

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Midwest

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Southeast

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Southeast

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Northeast

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Northeast

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Northwest

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Northwest

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Southwest

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Southwest

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Southern Plains

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Southern Plains

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Tour a Garden That Perfectly Balances Hardscape and Plants

Margherita Fabrizio and her husband, Andy Jordan, live in a beautiful historic 1918 home in the heart of downtown Ithaca, New York. When they purchased their property in 2009, they certainly fell in love with the house, but it was the landscape that truly sealed the deal. The steep, north-facing quarter-acre property sits at the… Continue reading Tour a Garden That Perfectly Balances Hardscape and Plants

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Northern Plains

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for the Northern Plains

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Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for Your Region

In Jason Reeves’ article, Plants That Bloom in Late Winter or Early Spring, he discusses how plants that bloom during the coldest time of the year, often go under-appreciated: “Some of these plants are common but often overlooked at nurseries because they are not in bloom when most people are shopping for plants in late… Continue reading Late-Winter and Early-Spring Bloomers for Your Region

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A New Garden in Massachusetts

Lisa Remby sent in today’s photos. After many years of living in the Midwest for work, my husband and I decided to move back to Massachusetts for retirement in 2020. Like the Pilgrims, we landed in Plymouth, on the south shore, about 40 miles south of Boston, in garden Zone 6b. Coastal breezes and sandy… Continue reading A New Garden in Massachusetts

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