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Mark your calendars — here are the dates to remember in fall 2017!
Some exotic plants only bloom once every 10 years or so, causing quite an uproar when their inflorescence appears.
Farmers and food advocates nationwide are debating whether produce grown hydroponically should be considered organic.
Heirloom Gardener’s Editor-in-Chief, Hank Will, experiments with raised bed gardening to help ease his aching back.
The Philadelphia Flower Show is an annual event that draws visitors from around the globe. The 2017 theme was "Holland: Flowering the World."
Read how Heirloom Gardener’s editor-in-chief learned to love perennial crops when his family chose to grow one particular type of rhubarb.
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