Blackberries are a good addition to the home fruit garden and can be grown with fewer inputs than most other fruit crops.
Christmas Trees, Bedding Plants, Small Spaces, Pruning, Christmas Cactus, Ground Covers, Vegetables, Turfgrass, Tree Care, Yellowing of Palms, Blackberries
Louisiana Super Plants, Winter Work, Termites, Amaryllis, What’s In a Name, Checklist, Vegetables, Bees, Pansies, Turfgrass, Gardeners Feeding Communities
Topics covered in this issue include 2008 All-American Selection Winners, Winter Cold vs. Tropicals, What to Do Before and After a Freeze, Pruning Roses, Spanish Moss, Turfgrass, Lawns, Transplant Protection, Vegetables to plant in December, January and February, Polliation and Fruiting Characteristics of Different Fruits
In this issue: Proper Holiday Tree Care, Louisiana Super Plants, Tips if You're Looking for Professional Help with Landscape Design, Winter Not Always Time of Rest for Louisiana Gardeners, LouEasyana Gardening, Dividing Herbaceous Perennials, Ground Covers, Checklist for Winter Months, Vegetable Gardening, Bleak Time for Turfgrasses Begins in December, Fruits and Pollination
Topics included are 2008 All-America Selections Winners; Louisiana Master Gardener Program; Avoiding Landscaping Practices That Encourage Termites; Holiday Catcus; Pruning Roses; Spring-flowering Trees; Landscape Gardening Checklist for December, January and February; Vegetable Crop Highlights; Vegetables to Plant in December, January and February; Turfgrass and Lawns; Pecan Trees; and Asian Pears.
In this issue: Checklist for Winter, There's Still Time to Plant La. Super Plants, Holiday Cactus Available, Camellias in Containers, Avoid Encouraging Termites, What is in a Name?, Avocados for Louisiana, Louisiana Master Gardener Program, Winter Vegetables, Soil Sampling, Turf Establishment, Brown Patch and Winter Weed Management
In this issue: Dealing With Insect Pests on Houseplants; Pruning Everblooming Roses; Enjoy Holiday Plants; Controlling Snails and Slugs; Growing Amaryllis; Louisiana Master Gardener Volunteer Program; LouEasyana Gardening; Checklist for December, January and February; Vegetable Gardening; Web Soil Survey: A World of Soil Information at Your Fingertips; Turfgrasses and Lawns; Fruits and Home Vegetable Garden Survey
What to do before and after a freeze, Plant landscape trees during winter, Pruning everblooming roses, Checklist for Winter, Become a Louisiana Master Gardener volunteer, Vegetables to plant, Oriental or Japanese Persimmons, Warm-season turfgrasses and The importance of taking soil samples
2010 All-America Selections Winners, Louisiana Master Gardener Program, Dealing with Insect Pests on Houseplants, Camellias, Pruning Roses, Landscape Considerations and Choosing a Professional, Your Holiday Tree, Checklist for December/January/February, Turfgrass and Lawns, Vegetables to Plant, Transplant Production, Growing Plums, Pruning Mature Pecan Trees, Selecting Pecan Trees for the Home Landscape and Planting Pecan Trees.
Louisiana Master Gardener Program, All-America Selection Winners, Avoid Landscaping Practices that Encourage Termites, Spring-flowering Trees Brighten Landscapes, Yellow Leaves Are Not Always a Problem, Pruning Roses, Checklist for December, January & February, Hurricane Recovery, Plan for Home Fruit Planting in December, February Ideal Time to Fertilize Fruit and Plants, Grafting, Vegetable Gardening, Turfgrass and Lawns