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Video: From Cuttings to Store Plants

Bailey Nurseries Propagation Farm in Minnesota propagates 12 million cuttings in the greenhouse or in the field. The process of converting cuttings to plants that you purchase in stores can take up to two years. Check out this 2:22-minute video to see how this process takes place.

How to Preserve Your Harvest

How to Preserve Your Harvest

Learn how to store and preserve your favorite fruits and veggies.

The Regal Canada Goose

The Regal Canada Goose

In some ways, it’s unfortunate that these regal birds have adapted so well to human environments. Some see Canada geese as pests because they leave their droppings on golf courses, parks, trails, and lawns. But gardeners should consider the positive side of things: free fertilizer.

Must-Have Shrub: Purple-Leafed Ninebark

Must-Have Shrub: Purple-Leafed Ninebark

Common ninebark is a large native shrub with modest ornamental interest. But the introduction of purple-leafed cultivars, starting with Diabolo, has made this a must-have shrub for colorful landscapes.

Puzzled About Fall-Blooming Crocus?

Puzzled About Fall-Blooming Crocus?

Fall-blooming crocuses look nearly identical to their spring-blooming cousins, so their sudden appearance in the autumn garden often causes some puzzled double-takes.

Make a Harvest Wreath

Make a Harvest Wreath

Use your garden’s autumn bounty to decorate your home.

Video: Bailey Nurseries 2015 Offerings

Video: Bailey Nurseries 2015 Offerings

Bailey Nurseries has been in business 110 years, so each year when the company presents new plants, it’s a big deal in the gardening world. Check out this video of seven brand new beauties for 2015 from Bailey Nurseries.

Wintergreen: What a Wee Charmer!

Wintergreen: What a Wee Charmer!

Though not the easiest ground cover to grow, this wee charmer offers great ornamental value. Native to woods in eastern North America, wintergreen forms a creeping mat of short, upright woody stems.

Can You Name This Plant?

Can You Name This Plant?

The answer is as easy as pie. Clue: These popular garden flowers are so easy to grow and hybridize that experts and amateurs alike have bred them in hundreds of colors. The name of this rare cultivar is a holiday dessert served with whipped cream.

American Garden Award Winners!

American Garden Award Winners!

After five months of voting by gardeners throughout the United States and Canada, the 2014 American Garden Award Winners have been announced. Check out these new beauties!

The Oh-So Handsome Serbian Spruce

The Oh-So Handsome Serbian Spruce

Though not the best known spruce, Serbian spruce is certainly one of the most handsome.

Fragrant and Fabulous: Paperwhite Narcissus

Fragrant and Fabulous: Paperwhite Narcissus

You can easily enjoy an early taste of spring by growing paperwhite narcissus indoors (they can also be grown outdoors for spring bloom in very warm zones). These tender bulbs require no chilling period so they can be potted up from October through February for a constant procession of blooms.

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