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Video: Liberate Root-Bound Plants

Video: Liberate Root-Bound Plants

Late-season plants sales are great, but the only challenge with plants purchased now is they’ll be root-bound because they’ve spent so long in pots. Before putting them in the ground, you need to loosen the roots. If you don’t, they’ll continue to encircle the plant rather than spread out. Watch this video for useful tips on what to do and the tools that make the job easier.

Grow Geraniums From Seed

Grow Geraniums From Seed

If you love geraniums' bright colors and long-lasting blooms but want something a little more unusual than the varieties sold at garden centers, why not start your own geraniums from seed?

Blossom-end Rot

Blossom-end Rot

Here’s a short-and-sweet summary of what blossom-end rot is and what you can do about it.

Removing Crusty Crud on Pots

Removing Crusty Crud on Pots

What’s the best way to prevent and remove salt encrustations on my pots?

20% Discounts on American-Made Wreaths

20% Discounts on American-Made Wreaths

Get 20 percent off on three special seasonal wreaths made in USA. You’ll be happy about the savings and about how the wreaths adorn your home, indoors and outdoors.

Mosquitoes Bugged by These Wipes

Mosquitoes Bugged by These Wipes

Wouldn’t it be nice to turn the tables on mosquitoes, to bug them with an all-natural repellent rather than be bugged by their annoying bites? Here’s how you do it: Use this wipe containing no DEET or questionable chemicals. It employs the repellent powers of peppermint oil.

Why Not Buy Flowers We Grow?

Why Not Buy Flowers We Grow?

Eighty percent of cut flowers sold in the U.S. are imported from other continents. What can we do about this? Find a florist you can trust to use domestic, local or seasonal ingredients. Here’s how.

Fertigation: Why Waste Wastewater?

Fertigation: Why Waste Wastewater?

Why not keep the nitrate that’s already in wastewater and use the wastewater to irrigate lawns? Doesn’t that make sense? It does to a New Mexico State University turfgrass expert who has a new vision for helping homeowners and golf courses save on fertilizer and water costs.

Give and Bag a Cool Planter

Give and Bag a Cool Planter

We love these Bloombagz flexible containers. Not only are they colorful and soft, they’re super durable and good for the environment because they’re made from recycled plastic bottles. But Bloombagz is just getting started and needs your help. Give them a boost (and get a container) by supporting their Kickstarter campaign.

Editor’s Choice: Portable Chain Saw

Editor’s Choice: Portable Chain Saw

Check out this mean-toothed 28-inch blade with 7-inch handles. This Viatek Portable Chain Saw folds into a 6 x 8-inch bag and, as an Editors’ Choice, you can purchase this product today.

Video: Is Your Lawn Gasping for Air?

Video: Is Your Lawn Gasping for Air?

What’s the secret to a lush lawn? Air, and it’s provided with aeration, which involves removing small soil plugs from your lawn. Do it every few years to keep soil from becoming hard and compacted. Fall and spring are good times because the cool weather ensures your lawn won’t be too stressed. Watch this how-to video to learn why aerating’s vital to lawn health—and then look at your lush lawn.

How to Plant Amaryllis

How to Plant Amaryllis

How to plant amaryllis—and get it to re-bloom. That’s the trick, but with care and attention they'll bloom for years.

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