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How To: Build a Terrarium

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A terrarium is like a magical miniature forest contained inside a bowl or vase. The best part?These natural indoor decorations are fun and simple to make. …

Meet the Backyard Winter Birds of Cary

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Bird watchers in the Cary area can enjoy a wide variety of species in their own backyards. Some of these winter birds are migratory and can only be seen here in the cooler months. The following are among the most visible of these winter visitors.…

Garden: Holiday Plants for Your Home

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There are plenty of holiday plants to brighten your decor during the holiday season. The poinsettia is the most well known, but there are several others that can also become perennials in your home with a little extra care.…

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!…

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