Teri Dunn Chace is author of more than 35 gardening books, including The Anxious Gardener’s Book of Answers. She lives in central New York.
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There are lots of myths out there about how to keep a Christmas tree looking great for a long time. But we’ll tell you what really works.
Dry your fresh garden herbs so you can enjoy them all year long. What's best—screening, bundling or paper bags—depends on which herbs you're drying.
Even established rosebushes can suffer through winter, so here’s how to protect them.
Saving tomato seeds from your own garden is a great way to grow even more delicious tomatoes next year. It's simple to do.
Deer eat garden plants and carry Lyme-disease-causing ticks. Here are the best ways to keep them off your property.
How you treat your lawn in the fall will make all the difference next spring and summer. Here's what to do.
Popular garden author Teri Chase shares her favorite fall bulb planting tips.
Why do cut flowers from a florist seem to last longer than ones from your own garden? It's the cutting technique—learn it here.
Easy ways to brighten up your garden with color after the flowers of spring have faded.
Slimy garden slugs can eat your garden seedlings. Here's how to get rid of them and even turn them into bait for birds.
In recent years, pros who study tree growth have learned new information and have changed the standard planting advice.
Late winter/early spring is the time to prep your garden and lawn. But doing it wrong does more harm than good. Here’s what to do—and not do.
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