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Now is a great time to break up your bleeding heart

Now is a great time to break up your bleeding heart

This and more plant-based advice from Gardening Tips columnist Susan Richards
Should Ann be looking at anemone?

Should Ann be looking at anemone?

Maybe, says Susan Richards, in this week's edition of Gardening Tips
Supertunias not so super this year? You're not alone, Wendy

Supertunias not so super this year? You're not alone, Wendy

Susan Richards, of New North Greenhouse, addresses this and other issues in this edition of Gardening Tips
Here's why your cedar might have brown spots this year (hint: it's not bugs)

Here's why your cedar might have brown spots this year (hint: it's not bugs)

In this edition of Gardening Tips, Susan Richards, of New North Greenhouses, tackles this and other pressing questions, including what to do about a pushy hosta
Here's why Les's shrubs may soon be wearing pantyhose

Here's why Les's shrubs may soon be wearing pantyhose

And other tips in this week's edition of Gardening Tips with Susan Richards of New North Greenhouse
What makes Creeping Charlie so darn creepy

What makes Creeping Charlie so darn creepy

This and other helpful information in this week's Gardening Tips with Susan Richards
Now's the time to trim your yew

Now's the time to trim your yew

Susan Richards offers this and other advice in this week's Gardening Tips
Do your plants suffer from ‘early blight’?

Do your plants suffer from ‘early blight’?

Prune dead leaves and clean those garden tools! Susan Richards offers this advice and tells you how to keep full, blooming petunias all summer long in this edition of Gardening Tips
Larvae squishin' is not for the squeamish

Larvae squishin' is not for the squeamish

Also, go ahead and pinch those suckers. Susan Richards offers this advice and tells you how to make your Red Lily Beetle problems disappear in this edition of Gardening Tips
Darlene learns how the pros take off a limb (and heal the wound)

Darlene learns how the pros take off a limb (and heal the wound)

This advice and more in Gardening Tips, Susan Richards' weekly Q&A