Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Middle South

July, 2006
Regional Report

National News - From NGA Editors

Grow a Fall Crop of Strawberries

National News

Strawberry lovers take heart; for those who can?t get enough fresh strawberries and wish the June crop produced over a longer period, there may be a solution. A new cropping technique developed by...

New, Natural Weed Killer

Summertime means weeding time for most gardeners. While the old methods of hand pulling and hoeing are still the most effective, sometimes you?d just like to spray those weeds to get rid of them....

Unique Pine Tree

Evergreen trees fill many roles in the landscape. They block unsightly views, provide a dark backdrop to colorful flowering shrubs and perennials, and create habitat for birds and wildlife. It?s a...

Free Guide for Organic Gardeners

The number of organic farmers, as well as the number of acres devoted to organic growing methods, has increased steadily for the past 10 years. This increase creates a need for up-to-date growing...

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In the Garden


Daylilies: The Perfect Perennial

If you don't have daylilies in your garden, you're probably in the minority. One of the most popular perennials, daylilies have earned a reputation for being hardy, reliable, adaptable, and relatively pest-free. But more importantly, they offer...
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Web Finds

Travel Adventures for Gardeners Traveling this summer? Find out what's going on in your vacation spot; visit National Gardening...

Favorite or New Plant

Daylily Recipes Daylilies are not only beautiful, but their flowers are also edible. However, you should take a...
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Regional Reminders

  • Harvest in the Morning
  • Remove Salt Buildup from Containers
  • Eat and Freeze
  • Plant Pumpkins
  • Groom Crape Myrtles

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