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Native Birds Of The Northeast

By Laura Miller

Birds are a wonderful part of the wildlife experience, and some are helpful in the northeast garden. But some are not. Learn which is which.

Invasive Plants Northeast Gardeners Should Avoid

By Laura Miller

Learn about invasive plants to avoid if you live in the Northeast U.S.

Northeast Pollinator Plants Bees And Butterflies Love

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

What are the best pollinator plants northeast gardeners should grow? Click here to find out.

Northeast Lawn Care Schedule And Seasonal Guide

By Amy Grant

Read helpful tips for growing a great lawn in the Northeast.

Lawn Alternatives Northeast Gardeners Should Try

By Amy Grant

The popularity of turf lawns is waning. Now it's all about native grasses and flowers. Click for some lawn alternatives in the northeast.

Low-Maintenance Shrubs Northeast Gardeners Love

By Amy Grant

What are the best shrubs for northeast region gardens? What are some low maintenance shrubs northeast gardeners love? Click here for answers.

Best Ornamental Grasses For New England And The Northeast

By Teo Spengler

Click here to learn about some of the best ornamental grasses for the New England and northwest region.

Northeast Native Plants For New England And The Mid-Atlantic

By Laura Miller

Click here for a complete guide to native plants of the Northeast.

Garden Pests New England And Northeast Gardeners Should Know

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Read about the wide assortment of insect pests in gardens, lawns and trees in the northeast region of the US.

Best Perennials For New England And The Mid-Atlantic

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

It’s chilly in the northeast, but here are lots of perennials that don’t mind the cold and will reappear every spring.

Annual Flowers Northeast Gardeners Should Grow

By Amy Grant

What are some of the best annuals for New England gardens? Click here to learn about blooming northeast plants, specifically New England annuals.

Regional To-Do List: December Gardening In The Northeast

By Amy Grant

Click here for a Northeast regional to-do list to help accomplish December garden tasks and make the successive growing season easier.

Regional To-Do List: Northeast Gardening In November

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Leaves have fallen and the first frost has come, but there’s still plenty to do. Click here for tips on November gardening in the Northeast.

Regional To-Do List: Northeast Gardening In October

By Amy Grant

What October gardening tasks need to be accomplished in the Northeast region? Click here for a regional to-do list and find out.

September Gardening Tasks For The Northeast

By Amy Grant

The list for fall Northeast gardens waits for no one. There's still plenty to be done for a healthy garden in spring. Learn more here.

Garden To-Do List: What To Do In August In The Northeast

By Amy Grant

August in the Northeast is all about harvesting and preserving. That doesn’t mean the rest of the garden to-do list can be ignored though. Learn more here.

July In The Northeast: Regional Gardening To-Do List

By Amy Grant

By July in the Northeast, you might be thinking work is done. Not so. There are plenty of July garden tasks to get cracking on. Learn what they are here.

Northeast Gardening – June Planting In The Northeast Region

By Mary Ellen Ellis

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.

Northeast Gardening: Things To Do In May Gardens

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Spring is short and unpredictable in the Northeast. Click on the following article for some suggestions for Northeast gardening in May.

Northeast Garden Guide: Gardening To Do List For April

By Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)

From seeding to weeding, it is easy to lose focus, but a gardening to-do list is an excellent way to get ready for the season. This Northeast garden guide for April should help.

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