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Mulch is a layer of material spread on top of the soil to conserve soil moisture, discourage the growth of weeds, help prevent erosion and prevent large fluctuations in soil temperature.

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Many people do not realize that house plants need extra care in the winter.

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Groundcovers in Your Garden

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Gardening |

No matter what style of garden you have it can be enhanced - and your work made easier, by the inclusion of groundcovers.

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Growing Ferns

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Gardening |

Ferns are found in most countries and are amongst the daintiest of foliage plants.

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Ornamental Grasses

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Gardening |

Ornamental grasses may be grown in your garden amongst the flowers or clumped in an open space for a natural effect and to add a vertical dimension.

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Mention bulbs and most people think of daffodils or jonquils, but the range of bulbous plants extends far beyond those pretty flowers.

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Growing Vines

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Gardening |

If you have an unsightly fence to hide or a shed that spoils your view, growing a vine over it could be the way to go.

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Fruit trees can be divided broadly into two categories; citrus and deciduous.

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