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Can I Plant My Tulips In The Spring?

Can I Plant My Tulips In The Spring?

Tulips are a sure sign of spring, but can you plant bulbs now if you didn’t get around to it last fall? Yes you can, with our tips!

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Spring 2017 Forecast: What’s In Store?

Spring 2017 Forecast: What’s In Store?

Spring officially arrives on March 20, 2017, but what can you expect from a season that is notorious for crazy weather? Find out what we’re forecasting and get your FREE garden planner download!

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Spring 2017 Forecast: What’s In Store For Canada?

Spring 2017 Forecast: What’s In Store For Canada?

Spring officially arrives on March 20th. Find out what we’re forecasting and get your FREE garden planner download!

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Top 5 Gardening Trends for Spring

Top 5 Gardening Trends for Spring

What’s hot on the gardening front? We did a little “digging” and unearthed some of the trends that will be sprouting up this year.

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Looking Up: A Stargazer’s Guide to March 2017

Looking Up: A Stargazer’s Guide to March 2017

Here’s a calendar of astronomical events happening in March 2017, including several planetary line ups, a full Moon, and the arrival of the Vernal Equinox.

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Will Spring Come Early? Ask Us, Not The Groundhog!

Will Spring Come Early? Ask Us, Not The Groundhog!

Anyone who consulted the 2017 Farmers’ Almanac has known since August whether winter will end early.

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Grow Your Own Rhubarb!

Grow Your Own Rhubarb!

This spring favorite is not only attractive in the garden but so easy to grow and will reward you for years to come. Get growing!

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What’s The Best Way To De-Ice A Frozen Windshield?

What’s The Best Way To De-Ice A Frozen Windshield?

Are there any effective DIY methods to loosen that nasty ice? Find out!

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Asparagus With Orange And Pine Nut Dressing

Asparagus With Orange And Pine Nut Dressing

Spring’s favorite vegetable gets dressed up with zesty orange, herbs and nuts!

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