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2014 Holiday Gifts for The Gardener

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Here are some gifts for the gardener that will give good reason to be joyful while cooped up during the dark of winter.…

A Short Trip from Cary: Sarah Duke Gardens

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A short trip from Cary, you'll find the magnificent Sarah P. Duke Gardens. Free and open to the public, it is a breathtaking experience in the fall.…

Reseeding Your Lawn: 2014 Piedmont Edition

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Lawns across town look better than ever this year. Does that mean you can skip reseeding this fall? Of course not.…

Gardening: Divide Your Perenniels and Share The Bounty

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Shake off any loose soil so that you have a good look at the root ball. Depending on how big the plant is, you may wish to divide it into 2, 3 or 4 smaller plants. …

Summer Gardening: Fixtures and Accessories

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Now is a good time to review garden fixtures and accessories while the heat of summer holds sway. We call it Summer Gardening.…

Gardening: Beware of Vigorous Plants

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in a mixed bed of different flowers, a vigorous plant can quickly take over, wiping out the neighbors.…

Gardening: Guide to Native Plants

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Our climate can be tough on plants that "aren't from around here". Our suggestion for the best garden success? Go Native!…

Gardening: How to Plant a Vertical Garden

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I first saw vertical garden container at quirky stores a few years ago. They looked cool but too hard for me to tackle. Now, easy-to-use kits are available.…

Gardening: Guide to Watering

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The heat is on and we are now heading in to our "dry" season. Just in time, here's CaryCitizen's Guide to Watering your Garden.…

Herbfest Returns for 5th Year

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Herbfest, the Friends of Page-Walker Hotel's 5th annual celebration of all things "garden" will spring to life on May 3, 2014 from 9am - 3:00pm at Page-Walker.…

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