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December Gardening Tasks – Winter In The Southwest Garden

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

December in the Southwest varies significantly. Snow is common at higher elevations, while low desert dwellers enjoy warm, sunny afternoons following chilly mornings. Read on for Southwest December tasks.

Southeast Gardening Tasks – What To Do In December Gardens

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

As winter begins in the Southeast, we all experience colder temperatures. Click here for a guideline on gardening in December in this region.

Regional To-Do List: December Gardening Tasks For The West Coast

By Teo Spengler

With its winter rains and generally mild weather, the West Coast has its own garden calendar. Here is a regional to do list for December.

November Gardening List – Garden Tasks For The Southeast

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

November gardening in the south often translates into planting for deciduous shrubs and trees. Read on to learn more.

November Gardening Tasks – Maintaining Western Gardens In Fall

By Teo Spengler

Many November gardening tasks on the west coast involve planting. What to do in western gardens in fall? Read on for a regional to do list.

Gardening In November – What To Do In Rockies And Plains Region

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Make a list so you don't forget these important chores for November gardening in the northern Rockies.

October Gardening Tasks – What To Do In Midwest Gardens

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Upper Midwest garden chores in October are limited but still important. Click here for a list of things that still need to be done.

Regional Gardening Tasks – Southern Gardening In October

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

October in the southeast has arrived, bringing autumn blooms and new chores for us in the garden. Read on for your October todo list.

September Gardening Tasks – What To Do In The Northern Rockies

By Teo Spengler

If you are wondering what to do in the northern Rockies in early fall, the gardening to-do list is long. Click here for details.

September Gardening Tasks – What To Do In South Central Gardens

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

For many gardeners in the South Central U.S., September marks a noticeable change in temperature and in rainfall. Click here for garden tasks to be done.

September Garden Tasks – Upper Midwest Gardening In Fall

By Mary Ellen Ellis

There is much to do in the garden during September in the upper Midwest region. Click here for a to-do list for September.

Regional Garden Tasks – Southern Gardening In September

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

As summer draws to an end, we think of clean-up in the garden and getting ready for winter days that are soon to arrive. Find September garden chores for the southeast here.

Regional Gardening Tasks – Growing A Western Garden In September

By Teo Spengler

If you live in the West, September is a busy month in the garden. Click here for a short list of work to prioritize in a western garden in September.

August Gardening Tasks For The Northern Rockies And Great Plains

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Summer is winding down, but in August, there’s still ample time to take care of important gardening tasks for the northern Rockies.

Upper Midwest Hostas – Growing Hostas In Michigan And Its Neighbors

By Mary Ellen Ellis

The upper Midwest states of Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin are perfect for growing hostas. These are some of the best varieties of hostas for upper Midwest gardens.

Southwestern Ornamental Grass: Learn About Ornamental Grasses For Southwest Gardens

By Teo Spengler

There are many southwestern ornamental grasses available to garden with. For some recommendations on what to try, click here.

July Garden Tasks: Gardening In The South Central Region

By Laura Miller

July is prime time to complete maintenance chores and start those fall veggie plants. Here are some July garden tasks to tackle

Southwest Pollinator Garden – Grow A Desert Pollinator Garden

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Often the best, and easiest, way to create a desert pollinator garden is by using native plants. Read on to learn more.

Pacific Northwest Pollinator Garden – Attracting Pollinators In Oregon And Washington

By Amy Grant

A pollinator garden in the Pacific Northwest entices pollinators with native Northwest plants. Read on to learn more.

Southwest Container Vegetables – Growing Container Vegetables In The Southwest

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

soil fertility, extreme heat, and dryness are all issues with container gardening. Learn the best tips on Southwest container gardening here.

Northeast Gardening – June Planting In The Northeast Region

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

In the Northeast, gardeners are thrilled for June to arrive. If you are wondering what to plant in June in New England, click here for help.

Regional Growing Guide – Southwest Planting In June

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

It's going to get sizzling in the southwest. Learn what to plant in June and what steps to take to keep those newbies happy and healthy.

What To Plant In June – Pacific Northwest Planting In June

By Amy Grant

Some locations in the Pacific Northwest just aren’t warm enough for planting until late spring, which means June planting in the northwest isn’t that unusual. Read on to learn about northwest planting in June.

Ohio Valley Gardens – What To Plant In June

By Laura Miller

By June, most of the garden is planted. This may leave gardeners wondering what to plant in June. To find out, check out the regional planting guide below.

Great Plains Planting: What To Plant In June In The Northern Rockies

By Amy Grant

While most of your veggies should be started and in the ground already, you can still get in a last minute June planting in the Northern Rockies. The following tackles your Great Plains planting and to-do list for the garden in June.

Regional To-Do List: Western Gardening In June

By Teo Spengler

As plants get settled into summer, June garden tasks are many and varied. Read on for a regional to do list as well as tips for western gardening in June.

May Gardening Tasks – Things To Do In California Gardens

By Teo Spengler

May in California is lovely, but the garden to-do list can be long. If you're interested in May gardening tasks for CA gardens, read on.

Upper Midwest Planting – What To Plant In May Gardens

By Mary Ellen Ellis

May in the upper Midwest is when the real work of planting begins. Throughout the region, the last frost day falls in this month, and it’s time to put seeds and transplants in the ground. Read on to learn more.

Regional Planting Calendar – What To Plant In May In Northwest Gardens

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Spring has arrived and it’s time to get a head start on planting in most regions of the mild, rainy Pacific Northwest. What to plant in May? The regional planting calendar is wide open.

Growing Herbs In The South – Choosing Herbs For Southern Gardens

By Susan Albert, Freelance Garden Writer

A wide array of herbs flourish in the southern garden. Click here to learn about herb gardening in the south.

Hawaiian Oceanfront Garden – Best Hawaiian Beach Plants

By Amy Grant

Oceanfront gardening in Hawaii can be extremely successful if you heed a few helpful tips. Click here for more information.

Must Have Florida Plants – Best Plants For Florida Gardening

By Susan Albert, Freelance Garden Writer

Florida gardeners are lucky enough to live in a subtropical climate, which means they can enjoy their landscaping efforts practically year-round. Click here for recommendations on must-have Florida plants.

Regional Garden Calendar – May Gardening Tasks For Ohio

By Laura Miller

May marks the heart of the Ohio gardening season. The temperatures are rising, the ground is drying and tasks are abundant. With so much work at hand, making a gardening to-do list keeps us on track and focused. Peruse this list for this month's gardening tasks for Ohio residents.

Southern Gardening In May – Learn About May Planting In The South

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

Southern gardening in May is a mix of watching, watering and gauging how much rain we’ve gotten. Read on to learn about planting in May in the south.

Northeast Planting Tips – What To Plant In May Gardens

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

A few northeast planting tips will help get your garden off to a great start, while preventing early losses if a late freeze happens to occur. Read on to learn more.

What To Plant In May – Gardening In Washington State

By Amy Grant

Gardening in Washington State is all over the map. There are arid, coastal, mountainous, rural and urban regions. Read on for some tips for planting in May.

Ohio Valley Container Veggies – Container Gardening In The Central Region

By Laura Miller

If you live in the Ohio Valley, container veggies might be the answer to your gardening woes. Read on to learn more.

Vegetables In Planters: Growing A Pacific Northwest Container Garden

By Amy Grant

If you’re new to container gardening you might be wondering what Pacific Northwest vegetables do best in planters or containers. Read on to learn more.

Oregon Gardening: Tips On What To Plant In April

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

When it comes to Oregon gardening, determining what to plant in April depends on your region. The following seasonal garden calendar should provide basic guidelines.

Michigan Planting In April – Plants For Early Spring Gardens

By Mary Ellen Ellis

In much of Michigan, April is when we really start to feel like spring has arrived. There are plenty of plants for early spring gardens to start now.

West Coast Planting – What To Plant In April

By Teo Spengler

Gardeners who live in the mild winter region of the west coast have many planting choices in April. Click here for suggestions to get ready for spring.

Southeast Gardening Guide – Tips On What To Plant In March

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

The month of March is when the garden comes to life in many areas of the south. Read on to learn what to plant.

March Gardening Tasks – Knocking Out Southeast Garden Chores

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

March in the south is likely the busiest time of year for the gardener. It is also the most fun for many. Read on to learn more.

What To Plant In March – Garden Planting In Washington State

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Although you can start seeds indoors, much of what to plant in March can be directly sown. Click here to learn about planting in Washington state in March.

Desert Gardening For Beginners – Desert Gardening 101

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Are you looking to start a garden in the desert? Growing plants in a harsh climate is challenging, but it’s always rewarding.

Gardening To Do List: Washington State Garden Tasks For March

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Gardeners of Washington state— start your engines. It is March and time to begin a seemingly endless list of chores to get ready for the growing season.

Pacific Northwest Gardens – What To Plant In March

By Amy Grant

Want to know what to plant in March? The following northwest planting guide contains general information on what to plant in March.

Northeast Evergreen Trees: Conifers In Northeast Landscapes

By Liz Baessler

Conifers are a mainstay of northeastern landscapes and gardens, where the winters can be long and hard. Read on to learn more about conifers in the northeast.

March Gardening Chores – Regional Garden Tips For Pacific Northwest

By Amy Grant

Even if the weather isn’t fully cooperating, it’s time to make a to-do list for March gardening chores. Read on to learn more.

Western Fruit Trees – Fruit Trees For West And Northwest Gardens

By Gardening Know How

The West Coast is a vast region spanning many different climates. If you want to grow fruit trees, it may be hard to know where to start. Click to learn more.

March To Do List – What To Do In The Garden Now

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

What’s on your March to-do list? Here’s a quick rundown of basic regional garden chores but check your USDA zone before planting.

Fruit Trees For The Northeast – Choosing New England Fruit Trees

By Teo Spengler

Apples top the list of the best New England fruit trees, but that’s not your only choice. Read on to learn more about growing fruit trees in the northeast.

Gardening Tips For February – What To Do In The Garden This Month

By Laura Miller

Gardening in February? There are lots of things to do, depending on where you live. Read on for February gardening tips.

Northeast Shade Trees – Growing Shade Trees In Northeast Landscapes

By Liz Baessler

With its swathes of forest and old fashioned backyards, the northeast region of the United States is no stranger to towering shade trees. Read on to learn more.

January Gardening Tips – Things To Do In Cold Climate Gardens

By Mary Ellen Ellis

From cleaning up to planning for spring, your garden needn’t take a winter break. Click here for January gardening tips.

Great Lakes In Winter – Gardening Around The Great Lakes Region

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Winter weather near the Great Lakes can be pretty rough as well as variable. Click here to learn more about gardening in Great Lakes region.

December To-Do List – What To Do In December Gardens

By Teo Spengler

Gardening in December doesn’t look the same from one region of the country to another. Click here for a December to-do list for your region.

Regional To-Do List: November Gardening Chores

By Teo Spengler

What to do in the garden can vary greatly in the month of November. A regional to-do list can help with crucial garden chores. Click here.

October To-Do List – What To Do In The Garden In Fall

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Your October to-do list for the garden will depend on where you live. Here are some specific regional garden chores for October.

September To-Do List – Tips For Gardening In September

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

What needs to be done in the September garden in your region of the U.S.? Click here for a regional garden chore list in your area.

Monthly Garden Chores – August To-Do List For Gardeners

By Laura Miller

It's easy to push monthly garden chores aside in August, but don't let that gardening to-do list slip away. Here are some region-specific gardening tips.

Regional Garden Chores: What To Do In July

By Teo Spengler

Gardening in different regions varies according to where you live. Here are short lists of “to-dos” for each region in the month of July.

Regional Gardening Tasks: What To Do In The Garden In June

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

June garden chores may differ across the U.S. A regional to-do list is an excellent way to manage garden tasks in a timely manner. This article will help.

Gardening To-Do List: Regional Gardening Tips For May

By Laura Miller

May is a prime gardening month throughout the United States, whether your region is well into the growing season or just beginning. Learn more here.

Regional April To-Do List – Tips For Gardening In April

By Mary Ellen Ellis

With spring beginning, it’s time to get back outdoors and start growing. Use this basic guide for your regional garden chores in April.

Garden Zone Info: The Importance Of Regional Gardening Zones

By Jan Richardson

The first activity any serious gardener should tackle is research of one's garden zone info. The information found in this article will help you do just that. Click here to learn more about garden zones and how to find yours.

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