How to Grow Ornamental Grass

Article written by Curtis Adams for Houzz Click Here to view the original article Ornamental grasses are valuable landscape features. They provide three- to four-season interest with their distinctive forms, be they upright towers or arching mounds. Their seed heads often persist into winter, providing garden interest as well as food and habitat for overwintering wildlife. Additionally,...
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Is your lawn growing onions? How to get rid of pesky weeds

Article written by Mike McGrath for WTOP. Click Here to find the original article Is onion grass a sign of alkalinity? Mark in Fauquier County writes: “I have a large lawn that grows an abundance of onions. The lawn covers about an acre and a half so it’s not feasible to try and manually pull all the onions out. Research I’ve done says the presence of onions indicates the soil is too...
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Tips to Keep Your Indoor Houseplants Healthy

"Tips to Keep Your Indoor Houseplants Healthy" Article Written by: Beth Hall bhall20@tennessee.edu Originally posted on https://extension.tennessee.edu/ Even though it is winter outside, plants that are inside still need care and attention. Gardening enthusiasts who have indoor houseplants are sure to appreciate these winter care tips from Jason Reeves, University of Tennessee Institute of...
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Youth Gardening In Tennessee

Gardening with your child is a great way to share your love of gardening with your children. Whether they are members of the Junior Master Gardeners, 4H, or just want to learn more about the plants that become their food, check out the articles below. Each article is written by UT-Extension Office Agents. Youth_Gardening_in_Tennessee_Intro Soil_Buidling_and_Plant_Nutrition...
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