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Vertical plants can help you get the most out of a small plot.
Be careful how you mix them. Here are a gardener’s tricks.
Put the vegetable — or “fruit,” according to the European Union — to creative use.
You can’t bite into a Shiro plum without it spattering all over you.
Plant stems will soon succumb to gravity without a little help.
The gardener must navigate cold, then heat.
Snow, heavy rain and wind can be advantageous at times.
Soil should be fluffy and loose. Stepping on it will make it compact and poorly aerated.
You can reduce or eliminate pests and weeds and still protect the environment.