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A Garden of Shade-Loving Herbs
by Holly Shimizu, Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Gardening with herbs in the shade can be an excellent retreat from the sun.
Cleaning Up After Snow, Ice Damage to Trees and Shrubs
by University of Arkansas

Major snow and ice storms can cause damage to both young and mature trees and shrubs and knowing how to handle these problems can save both the tree. and your life
From Garden to Kitchen: Grow Your Own Herbs
by Stephanie Schupska, University of Georgia

Using herbs in the kitchen is a dietary way to help yourself in not eating too much salt and increasing the flavor in your food.
Hellebores, The Deer Resistant Winter Blooming Plant!
by Virginia Green Industry Council

Prized for their year round interest, hellebores bloom in mid to late winter when everything else seems so drab.
Repotting Root Bound Houseplants
by Charlie Christian

Are your plants speaking to you? We, as Master Gardeners, continue to read articles regarding repotting to a larger pot; however what is seldom mentioned is the option to root prune and return the plant, whether it is a house plant or perennial, to the original container.
The "Other" Hellebores
by Barry Glick

Poor, poor Hellebore foetidus! Their common name, "The Stinking Hellebore", has caused them to be overlooked as the fantastic garden plants that they are. This incredibly variable species has the most graceful, palmate foliage of any of the species within the genus Helleborus and are very easy to grow.
These Hellebore “Ladies” Arrive Early, Stay Late
by The Plant Man, Steve Jones

The height of summer might be an odd time to be thinking of winter but that is just what I was doing the other day. Cheryl and I were looking at some of our Hellebores and I was reminded that these plants are among the very first to bloom each year.
Appalachian Spring: Praise for Perennials from the Southern Mountains
by Cole Burrell

Join Cole as he takes a look at some of the best native plants for your garden that can also be found in the Great Smokey Mountains of Eastern Tennessee.
On the Cusp of Spring
by Kim Hawks

Kim can hardly wait to start working in her garden this spring. Checkout some of her tips on preparing for the growing season so you'll be ready too when the weather breaks.
Spring Chores Add Beauty to Summer Landscape
by Bob Westerfield

Spring time is a time of anticipation and outdoor fun. By accomplishing a few outdoor chores early, we can look for a landscape that should provide us beauty and enjoyment all year.

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