Monthly Archives: August 2012

Ten Ways to Help Plants Survive Drought

Coneflowers, black-eyed susans and bee balm are all relatively drought tolerant, once they’re established. Gardens and landscapes nationwide are facing the one-two punch of record-breaking heat and drought. Although there’s nothing you can do to change the weather, there are … Continue reading

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Cucumbers in a Tomato Planter? Yes!

Phil Wood is growing cucumbers in a Tomato Success Kit. Here at Gardener’s Supply, we’re always trying new things with our products, so it’s interesting to learn what our customers are doing. For instance, longtime gardener Phil Wood is growing … Continue reading

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