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A cheerful gardener works with what she has – and what nature gives her

Those little ones are big now, and they want teal walls and expensive, over-the-top furniture.

Garden dogma treats all weeds as invaders that compete with your crops for space, nutrients and moisture. But there are other ways to look at them.

Water from a kitchen sink contains bacteria that can cause illness if leaked.

These annuals are attractive and appeal to pollinators. Some are also edible.

Replace chipped tiles or cover the floor with vinyl? This homeowner has a difficult choice.

A range of plants grown for leafy greens will keep your garden growing even into cold weather.

Charlotte-area home prices rose 3.8 percent in June from the same month last year, as appreciation continues to slow nationwide, according to the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller report.

A line of hefty steppingstones will add to your garden experience.

The two men are systematically converting more of their conventional lawns to native plants.

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