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Here are the top ten articles for the Gardening Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How to Rid Your Lawn of Acorns
Squirrels love acorns, but they don't always take all the acorns that fall on your lawn. So what do you do with the rest? This article will help you with that problem.
2. Naked Ladies
Naked Ladies; a term used to describe several different plants that bloom either after or before their leaves grow. This article will discuss these flowers, their differences and their cultures.
3. Tomato Plants
Tomato season is coming. Here are some of the more popular varieties that we used to sell at the greenhouse when I worked there.
4. Insect Control for Citrus Trees
When bugs attack your citrus trees you need to get rid of them. Instead of buying poisonous pesticides to spray onto your tree, why not use a safe alternative to insect control.
5. What to Consider When Building a Shed
A garden shed is an essential building to any gardener. It is a place to keep your lawn and garden tools clean and dry. Garden sheds don't have to be expensive. If you know where to look, you can build a garden shed for almost free.
6. Protecting Your Plants from a Spring Freeze
Ideas and solutions for protecting your plants from frost or freezing due to a spring frost.
7. planting Bulbs with Kids
Get kids familiar with bulbs, not only by planting them but also through teaching them the basics.
8. 5 Ways to Use Extra Tomatoes
Find out 5 things you can do with your extra tomatoes, from tasty recipes to eat now to ways you can enjoy them later.
9. Getting Rid of Snails and Slugs
If you are looking for a humane and non-toxic way to rid the garden of snails and slugs, there are some things you can do.
10. Installing Tree Root Barriers
Tree root barriers are an effective way to stop the growth of tree roots before they ruin foundations, driveways or sidewalks. Installing your own is hard work, but well worth the effort in the long run.
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