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There's room for trial and error in every garden. When I bought my house, I was ecstatic about the existence of a mature tree peony in the backyard. Then I made a mistake. I decided to move it. Despite my attempts to make the plant's transition as smooth as possible, it was wilting within a few days. I continued to care for it anyway and just when I decided to give up, I discovered some new growth. Lesson learned: Don't mess with perfection.
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You've been invited to a garden party at the local botanical garden. Gardening gurus will be in attendance, chatting about their prize-winning kirengeshomas and zantedeschias. Take this Gardening lingo quiz to see if you'll hold forth like a horticulturist or hide under your gardening hat.
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An ideal book for Canadian gardeners looking for perennials, roses, trees and shrubs to suit their particular locations, from Zone 3 to the warmest climates in the country. It includes planting and growing advice, detailed descriptions and information from the personal experience of expert Canadian gardeners. The lush photographs will inspire every gardener.
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