Gardening and Plants
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Perennial and annual are two terms commonly used by gardeners. The perennial definition is a plant that regrows every year, while annuals only last for one growing season. Here, we explain the difference between the two terms, and the benefits of each. Plus, learn about a third category: biennials.
Unsure how often you need to water your vegetable garden? There are a few factors, from your area's rain fall levels and soil drainage to your vegetable varieties and watering tools, that impact just how much water you need to give your growing vegetable plants.
Looking for a sustainable alternative to turf grass? Consider converting to a moss lawn. The no-mow ground cover requires no fertilization and little irrigation beyond annual rainfall. Here, several gardening experts explain how to grow and care for a moss lawn.
Here's how to care for your rhododendrons, which put on a splashy color show during the spring, all year round. You can plant and fertilize this variety in the spring, prune and water during the summer, plant and mulch in the fall, and rest come the winter, says an expert.