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Martha Meets with the Garden Conservancy

Martha Meets with the Garden Conservancy | Martha Stewart Living - Learn all about the Garden Conservancy, an important organization that preserves and shares exceptional American gardens.

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Kevin's Flower-Arranging Tips

Kevin's Flower-Arranging Tips | Martha Stewart Living - Spring flowers from Martha's garden, arranged by Kevin, provide a refresher course in the elements of design: color, structure, and texture.

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Martha's Flower-Arranging Secrets

DIY Flower Arranging Tip from Martha Stewart

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How to Upcycle Household Goods for Your Garden

How to Upcycle Household Goods for Your Garden | Martha Stewart Living - How are you celebrating Earth Month this year? Perhaps you're not ready to ditch the car keys or downsize to a tiny house... so we won't make you go full granola. Take these upcycle ideas and transform your garden into an Earth-friendly paradise.

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The Ultimate Guide to Spring Cleaning Your Garden

The Ultimate Guide to Spring Cleaning Your Garden | Martha Stewart Living - Dig out the shovel and sharpen up the shears because everything is green and growing again! Here's how to get your yard ready without losing your sanity.

A Sneak Peak Inside "Outstanding American Gardens" | Martha Stewart Living - Celebrating the rich horticultural tradition of the United States, the Garden Conservancy’s new book, Outstanding American Gardens, showcases 50 remarkable preservation projects and Open Days gardens throughout the country, including the ones shown here.

Go Inside a Landscape Artist's Stunning Magic Garden | Martha Stewart Living - It took one couple 30 years to accumulate this most curious collection of plants. Learn all about their story and click through for a tour of their spectacular magic garden.

7 Show-Stopping Flowering Shrubs for Your Garden | Martha Stewart Living - Shrubs require less maintenance than other flowering plants, and tend to look better all-year-round. Kelly Norris is a passionate horticulturist and lifelong gardener, and below he's shared some of his top picks for flowering shrubs.

Rare and Beautiful Woodland Plants You Can Grow in Your Own Yard | Martha Stewart Living - At Hillside Nursery, nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, a patient horticulturalist propagates rare and unusual woodland plants so that they can flourish for years to come.

Rare and Beautiful Woodland Plants You Can Grow in Your Own Yard | Martha Stewart Living - At Hillside Nursery, nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, a patient horticulturalist propagates rare and unusual woodland plants so that they can flourish for years to come.

Rare and Beautiful Woodland Plants You Can Grow in Your Own Yard | Martha Stewart Living - At Hillside Nursery, nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, a patient horticulturalist propagates rare and unusual woodland plants so that they can flourish for years to come.

6 Indoor Plants to Make Winter More Tolerable | Martha Stewart Living - Bring the alfresco life inside with these beautiful and brilliant indoor gardening ideas from senior garden editor Todd Carr.

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10 Ways You Might Be Killing Your Houseplant

10 Ways You Might Be Killing Your Houseplant | Martha Stewart Living - The world is made up of two types of people: those who can cultivate and care for houseplants and those who would have trouble keeping a plastic plant alive. But when it comes to plants, there is no "can't," there is only "eh, too lazy to bother." Now that we've shamed you, read on if you want to keep that floppy fern on your desk alive!

Kevin's Houseplant Ideas & Care Tips | Martha Stewart Living - i couldn't wait to bring plants into my apartment. Any good decorator will tell you that a house needs living things -- other than its owner -- to make it feel like a home. Plants are the perfect solution for me, because the level of care they require suits my busy life. And they look so good, softening the right angles of the rooms and adding a sculptural element to the decor. But mainly I love them because they're alive.

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