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Forcing Stems of Woody Plants for Indoor Bloom
by Ward Upham

Stems of a number of woody plants can be forced into bloom for indoor display. Of course, some are easier to force than others. Three of the easiest are forsythia, pussywillow and flowering quince.
Forcing: The Art of Winter Flowers - Amaryllis and Paperwhites
by International Flower Bulb Centre

Amaryllis are incredibly easy to plant, nearly foolproof to grow and provide weeks and even months of bloom indoors as potted plants or cut flowers. What more could you want?
Winter Pruning
by Bob Sampson

Many trees and shrubs can be pruned in the winter, said a University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator.
Deep in Green: Evergreen Perennials for Winter Interest
by Cole Burrell

Join Cole Burrell as he looks at some of his favorite evergreen perennials that add color to the garden all year long.
Miracle of Seeds Often Taken for Granted
by Leslie Johnson

Seeds -- whether you order them from a catalog or buy them off a rack at the garden center or harvest them in your garden, they’re the closest thing to a miracle that you’re likely to run into today.

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