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Tips for the ordinary weekend gardener

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Find help here for the ordinary, and not so ordinary, challenges of gardening in the cold climates of the North and Midwest. Whether gardening is your passion, or you would just like to minimize maintenance time squeezed into your busy weekends, help is here for you....good information, in ordinary language.

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What makes Midwest Gardening different from other gardening sites?  Although young, this ever growing site aims to provide the most complete and accurate information possible.  Information is constantly being added from piles of notes and data gathered over more than twenty years, with plenty of experience and common sense thrown in.

Browse around and you will find some brief and targeted information in the articles section, as well as subjects that have been researched in great detail.  A lifetime of hands on gardening successes and failures, and a network of gardener friends lends lots of practical information.  You will find complete and specific plant information from annuals and perennials to evergreen trees and everything in between.  The plant category menus will take you where you want to go, and the sub-menu can be displayed from the left.  Explore and have fun!

Many of us have learned the hard way that shortcuts don't always save time, or money. Midwest Gardening can help you learn to be efficient, eliminate mistakes and unnecessary steps, and do it right the first time. Then relax and enjoy your garden!

A Place in the Garden to Relax

Browse the menus or go right to the site index to find what you need.  If you are a beginner, the best place to start is the Beginning Gardener Basics.  There are several other general articles that will also help get you started.

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