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With fall slipping by and winter on its way, you may find yourself reminiscing about the golden days of summer. Why not put that inspiration to use? Now is the time to plan your outdoor makeover next summer your backyard could be your second living room.

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People who work in gardens, particularly those who are paid to do so, have something in common with professional golfers and anglers.

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Take a look in your general store and you'll find plenty of manufactured ways to keep bugs off of your skin and to heal bug bites.

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More on Container Gardening

By Nelson Stewart | Published 08/29/2007 | Gardening |

Previously I wrote about having hanging baskets full of edibles as a way to enjoy gardening in a limited space such as a mobile home park, or even an apartment balcony. Here are a few more ideas for those with green thumbs.

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Successful organic vegetable gardening can require a lot of work and careful planning. This includes the preparation of the soil by enriching it and protecting the soil from the infestation of harmful insects.

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Transplanting Houseplants

By Charles Hopkins | Published 08/1/2007 | Gardening |

Transplanting is one of the easiest, yet most feared, aspects of growing houseplants. All you really need to do is remember a few basic rules and your houseplant will most likely survive and in fact thrive in its new home.

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Do you know that your lawn and its underlying soil need to breath? Well, just like you, they do - it's a fact.

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Miniature roses are definitely real roses; they've just been cultivated to stay much smaller than their full size counterparts.

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