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In the Kitchen | July 19, 2012
July is National Blueberry Month, and we’re celebrating with lots of information and recipes.
Blueberries and lavender are almost perfect partners. The sweet,...
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In the Garden | July 16, 2012
Beneficial predatory insects are an important element of an organic pest control strategy. Unless you have a serious problems, if they are living in your garden...
Plant Profiles | July 2, 2012
Calendula (Calendula officinalis) are are delightful flowers to having blooming in the garden — they add vibrant color and attract butterflies and bees and...
In the Kitchen, Plant Profiles | June 2, 2012
This unique cone-shaped flower is native to the United States, and makes a great addition to your garden. The plant produces beautiful purple-pink or yellow flowers...
Plant Profiles | May 7, 2012
We have been busy as little bees in the spring time, working on all kinds of new features and plant varieties for SmartGardener.com! Here is just a quick sample...
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