Episode 159: Plants that Take Sun and Shade   
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13h ago
Chances are, you’ve got mixed conditions in your garden. One area might be in full sun, while another spot a bit farther away is in full shade. Even beds that ..read more
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GPOD on the Road: Hershey Gardens, Part 2
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by Kaitlyn Hayes
20h ago
A botanical garden known for its roses has a tropical bonus ..read more
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GPOD on the Road: Hershey Gardens, Part 1
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by Kaitlyn Hayes
2d ago
Another sweet surprise in a town built on chocolate ..read more
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Touring an Eco-friendly, Shady Backyard Retreat
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by Danielle Sherry
3d ago
This naturalistic garden is wonderful place for people and creatures to mingle ..read more
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Plants that Tolerate Sun and Shade in Your Region
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by Christine Alexander
3d ago
If gardeners had three wishes, at least one of them would likely be to ask for sunlight conditions in their landscape that would perfectly match their design sensibility and plant ..read more
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Planting Plan of A Seaside Garden that Sustains Punishing Conditions
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by Diana Koehm
3d ago
Punishing winds, persistent pests, and lean soil doesn’t limit this landscape’s potential ..read more
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Design an Engaging, Naturalistic Garden in the Shade – Plant IDs
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by Jeff Epping
3d ago
Find out which plants helped this backyard become an ecologically friendly place for creatures of all kinds to hang out ..read more
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How to Determine if a Garden Bed is Full Sun or Shade
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by Jared Barnes
3d ago
Is your garden full sun or shade? We'll show you how to find out ..read more
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A Garden Planting Plan that Utilizes Adaptable Plants
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3d ago
This plan represents a bed along a property fence between the west side of a house and a large canopy tree. The edge of the border is curved because I ..read more
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Perfect Plants for Slopes
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by Ian Gribble and Catharine Cooke
3d ago
Use low-maintenance perennials, shrubs, and trees to add color and interest to your garden’s steepest spots ..read more
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