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Persevering over the seemingly complicated

By Jan Miller Penton I wrung my hands at the thought of the new French recipe that I ...

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The ever evolving garden experience

By Eileen Hollander About twenty years ago, when I acquired my home and garden in Poplarville Mississippi, I ...

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The exciting aspects of mulch and how it protects your garden

By Felder Rushing Nothing duller than talking about mulch, but there are different approaches to this big deal ...

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It’s okay to not be OK

By Ronnie Michel Several months ago, I decided to schedule a massage with the hope of alleviating some ...

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The Power of God

By Shannon Marshall A friend of mine who lives in New Orleans borrowed my generator because he had ...

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God Can Help Us

By Erlene Smith Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy ...

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Choose dark foliage for landscape shine

By Gary R. Bachman MSU Extension Service I can’t deny that I love really, really dark landscape plant foliage. Any ...

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Tough zinnias deserve a spot

By Gary R. Bachman MSU Extension Service This summer has been one of the toughest I’ve experienced in all my ...

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Sun coleus offers colorful foliage

By Gary R. Bachman MSU Extension Service All the gardeners I know try really hard to keep their landscapes colorful ...

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Excited about all things related to fall

By Jan Miller Penton Dew danced on the tiny webs creepy crawlies had created all along our path ...

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