Wisconsin's own guide to great gardening and landscaping. A State-by-State Gardening Publication
Give Your Vegetable Garden a Makeover
by Karen Atkins
Dahlias for Smiles, Not for Show
You don’t have to be ‘serious’ to grow dahlias
by Caleb Melchior
by Kenny Coogan
Boost Your Curb Appeal
Does the front of your home say " welcome" or "go away?"
by Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp
by State-by-State Gardening
Hardy in USDA Zones 5-10, the growing conditions for muhly grass are precise, requiring full sun and excellent drainage for the best results. The optimal time for moving or dividing is during the cooler months, when rainfall or hand watering can be done in abundance – although muhly grass is extremely drought-tolerant once established, it needs copious amounts of water to get the roots settled in to its liking.
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How to: Dividing Orchids
by Peter Gallagher