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Featured Article

Drinking Water Keep Cool in the Heat

It’s getting hot(ter) out there. You and your garden need to play it safe. If you have to go outside, be careful and stay cool!

Featured Project

Tomato and Garlic Cool Meals for Hot Days

Who wants to cook over a hot stove in summer? Try these easy recipes that turn up the flavor without turning up the heat.

Featured Plant

Vinca ‘Cooler Rose’

This popular bedding plant is heat- and drought-tolerant, but when grown in sunny beds, borders or containers it’s just cool.
Eventful Activities for a Fun Summer
Smelling flower Teaching in Your Backyard Classroom

School’s out for summer, but there’s an amazing classroom just outside your door! Help your children grow a love for gardening and nature by working together outside. (They might even gain a new appreciation for art and science!) Learn how to transform your garden into a terrific teaching tool.
Roller Coaster Fun Times at the Fair

Have a blue-ribbon kind of day! State and county fairs promise fun-filled times for all ages. With tasty treats, winning produce, plants, animals, entertainment and more, there’s truly something there for everyone. Make a day of it, and you and your family will have more than just a “fair” time!
Regional Gardening Tips

Plant Hotspot

Check out what plants our Learn2Grow members are learning more about today:

  • Tall verbena is an easy-care, short-lived perennial that blooms all summer and takes the heat.
  • Date palm bears feathery fronds all year and offers dangling clusters of sweet, delicious dates in summer.
  • Polka dot plant is a tender perennial that’s used as an annual and features brightly-dotted leaves.

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