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Harness rain and put it to good use in your garden.
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The ultimate in practical gardening—growing fruits, veggies, herbs, and edible flowers right outside the kitchen door.
A beginning gardener's ingenuity turns $75 into 6 months of fresh vegetables.
It’s the essence of summer itself, but the seeded watermelon is quietly becoming an endangered species.
Sustainable materials remake a bland driveway into a beautiful garden space.
Using native plants instead of the conventional choices livens up the garden.
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Rip out your front lawn and replace it with fruits annd vegetables.
Strong transitions make moving through a garden a satisfying experience.
Planting in ways that mimic the complexity of nature encourages resilience--the ability of an ecosystem to remain productive despite disturbance.
A few simple tips to change the way you think about garden design.
Follow these design guidelines to get the most impact from container plantings.
Prairie grasses and flowers are excellent alternative to a traditional lawn.
Crops grow better in the deep, loose, fertile soil of raised beds.
A Chicago garden evolves with the children it was designed for.