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Save those leaves: They're a gardener's best friend.
All you need to know about edible plants, and getting ready for the region's cold weather with these gardening tips - but watch out for acorns.
White-footed field mice consume acorns, and those mice are known for carrying Lyme disease.
WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath recommends using everything from hot peppers, to deer repellent and dog hair.
Not all trees are created equal. WTOP's Garden Editor Mike McGrath tells you which are which and answers your gardening questions.
Wayne in Charlotte Hall has a question that's frequently asked this time of year over how low to trim his lawn before winter.
This is the worst time of year to prune anything. Doing so will stimulate new growth and interfere with the plants successfully going dormant for the winter.
The next time a dog is tugging on its leash, headed for a solid-looking pine to "water," WTOP's Garden Editor Mike McGrath says that small territorial claim could kill the tree.
Tips for taking care of a neglected lawn and dealing with bamboo.
Without a doubt the No. 1 chore for those of you with cool season lawns is a big fall feeding. Cool season lawns like fescue, rye and bluegrass need their biggest feeding of the season right now to help them recover from that brutal summer we all endured.
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