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Here are the top ten articles for the Landscaping Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Pomegranate Varieties
Gardeners can choose from many varieties of the pomegranate. Single and double flowered types are available.

2. Harvesting and Using Black Salsify
Black salsify was once a popular vegetable. This root crop has many culinary uses.

3. Pomegranate in Biblical Times
The pomegranate is a suitable choice for Biblical gardens. This was grown in the Holy Land during Biblical times.

4. Skirret Uses and History
Skirret has been used as a human food since ancient times. This largely neglected vegetable originated in Eurasia.

5. Growing Black Salsify
Black salsify is grown as a winter root crop. The plant, which can be grown as an annual, is actually a perennial or biennial.

6. Introduction to Mulberries
Mulberries are native to Africa, Asia, and North America. Most originated in Asia. Two are native to America.

7. Growing Myrtle
Myrtle is an easy to grow evergreen shrub or tree. It is hardy to zone eight. This is a great indoor plant as well as a bonsai and topiary.

8. Deer Resistant Plants
In many areas of the country, deer are a serious problem for home landscapes. Previously my garden was deer-free, but that began to change about five years ago. That was when I decided to grow plants they donīt like.

9. Vinca
Vinca is a favorite among gardeners because it can tolerate hot summers.

10. Moonglow and Anjou Pears
The Moonglow and Anjou pears are delightful choices for the home orchard. Here are details on growing these two varieties.



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