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A new book details how Holland's 17th-century obsession with tulips led the country into financial chaos, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes.
A garden is not really complete until it has a layer of garden art, blogger Janice Peterson writes. Fortunately, winter leaves gardeners with plenty of time to decorate their plots.
Mysterious plant labeling is a consequence of patents and trademarks, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at that system.
Garden blogger Janice Peterson recently attended a horticulture training session at Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville. What better way to spend a cold Saturday in fall?
Gardeners can be a kind bunch, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes. For evidence, just read these eight tales of gardening grace.
Fall is here and with it comes an abundance of leaves. Here are five useful things to do with them from garden blogger Janice Peterson.
Healthy tomatoes, diseased impatiens and an abundance of bumblebees are among the highlights of Janice Peterson's garden this summer. How did your efforts do?
The Thomas Jefferson garden at Rotary Botanical Gardens has proven popular. Here's a look at community blogger Janice Peterson's favorite plants in the display.
There are two kinds of gardeners, blogger Janice Peterson writes. Planners create a well thought-out design and execute according to plans. Ploppers randomly throw plants in the ground. What kind are you?
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