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COMPOSTING 101

Composting might seem like magic, but it’s actually one of the building block processes of the natural world that ensures vital nutrients are recycled and used again to keep everything green and thriving. But, for something so essential in keeping the world around us working, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions floating around that we’re ready to solve. Is it difficult? Will it smell bad? Can I do it at home? We’re ready to help set the record straight!

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PROBLEM-SOLVING YOUR HYDRANGEA TROUBLES

Hydrangeas are one of the most popular garden plants for a reason - they’re hardy and easily bounce back every winter, they’re a classic, and they’re simply gorgeous. While getting them to work requires a couple tricks, it’s easy for even the most laid back or novice gardener to handle. Here’s how to get your hydrangea looking great again.

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PATIO GARDENS: HOW TO MAXIMIZE A MINIMAL GARDEN

It might be hard to make something out of nothing, but sometimes it seems a bit of a challenge to make something out of a tiny little space, too! Whether you’re tight on backyard real estate, you’re limited to a small patio in your Indianapolis apartment, you feel like taking on a small project, or you just think a minimal garden is more your style, there are so many ways to create the perfect garden spot right on your patio. Are you dreaming of gorgeous annuals? Or maybe a tasty edible garden? You’ll be surprised what you can make in just a container or two.

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HOW TO PRUNE HYDRANGEAS

It’s important to know how to prune hydrangeas properly to keep them looking their best year after year. Proper pruning is an essential part of basic hydrangea care. If you skip it, you may find your hydrangeas starting to grow unruly, produce less impressive blooms, and even grow susceptible to disease. Here are some best practices for pruning your hydrangeas.

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