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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 Grow Lords and Ladies Bulbs in the Garden
Arum italicum is a fancy word for Lords and Ladies flower. They are grown from bulbs. Not only are they super easy to plant, they are non fussy flowers to grow. You're sure to love them in your garden.
2. 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.
3. Fertilizer Numbers
Every garden needs some fertilizer. Do you know what those numbers of the fertilizer bag mean. With this article, you will be better informed to make the best decision for your garden.
4. 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.
5. Christmas Wreaths and Mistletoe
Christmas season is one of cheer and traditions. The Christmas wreath and Mistletoe are part of those yearly traditions. Do you know why? Read further and find out.
Bird enthusiasts know that spring is nearby when the American woodcock (Philohela minor) returns to its spring singing grounds. This woodland bird is well known for its springtime courtship displays. It is also a popular game bird.
7. Gardening in Small Spaces
Have a green thumb but little space? No problem! No matter what size space you have, there is plenty you can grow!
8. Collecting Angelonia Seeds
The Angelonia is also known as the summer snapdragon. Gather the seed from the Serena series so you can plant them again next season for more beautiful flowers .
9. How to Propagate a Sun Parasol Mandevilla
Sun Parasol Mandevilla, Mandevilla Hybrid is hardy in United States Department of Agriculture zones 9 through 11. But if you live in zones colder than 9, that does not mean you can not have this Sun Parasol Mandevilla plant. You can grow it as an indoor houseplant.
10. Soaking Watermelon Seeds In Milk
The growing season in South Dakota is short and our plants need a head start in order to grow and produce. The trick of soaking the seeds in milk seems to make them think they were in the ground longer.
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