The May-June 2017 Issue

Triangle Gardener May-June coverIN THE CURRENT ISSUE:
Stories Our Plants Tell Us
Growing Coleus
New Way of Growing Tomatoes
Substitution Plants
Plants for Honey Bees
Native Groundcovers
Heirloom Vegetables for Beginners

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Plants

Grow Russian Sage

Gardeners have long loved Russian sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) for its airy texture and love of...

The Wondrous Daylily

It always happens: In winter after a few warm days, the daylilies begin to wake up from their ...

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Gardening in the South

Director of the JC Raulston Arboretum, Mark Weathington, has published a new book —Gardening in...




The Basics

The Dirt on Worms

Worms are great for the soil, right? They aerate the soil with their tunneling, and digest and move...

The Great Garden Rip Out

It never ceases to amaze me that after I go on a wild planting spree in the spring, I seem to go on...




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Backyard Birding