Some items that may seem right for your recycling bin actually aren't, and it's doing more harm than you might realize.
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Even though this year’s flooding occurred in March before most garden crops were in the ground, there is still cause for concern when considering harvesting perennial crops and planning this year’s garden.
These household robots can handle a lot of your chores without you having to wait for a future filled with flying cars.
“How do I prune my hydrangea?” This is a common question from gardeners each spring. No wonder it’s confusing -- there are several hydrangeas species commonly grown by Nebraska gardeners, with a different pruning strategy and timing for each. But which pruning method should be used on your plants?
Nine things to think about before planting a new tree.
Floods cause damage to trees in two main ways – physical and physiological. The severity of damage is determined by many different factors, including the tree species, beginning health of the tree, length of flooding event, depth of the water, amount of soil removed or deposited over the tree’s root system and time of year flooding occurs.
Caring for a lawn and landscape is a lot of work.
This year All-America Selections announces four national vegetable award winners. To see pictures of these and other great plants visit the All-America Selection website, www.all-americaselections.org.