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Container Gardening

Container Gardening Containers of plants on decks, balconies, patios, front/back steps, window boxes, and gardens look beautiful and are easy to take care of. The beauty and/or healthy food they Read more

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More Time Enjoying Gardens, Less Time Working In Them!

Flower gardens are looking beautiful at this time of year and can continue to give enjoyment through the rest of the summer and into the fall. There are a few Read more

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Backyard Barbecuing

 

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Straw Bale Gardening – Easy and Productive

Straw Bale gardening became of interest to me this year so I watched the computer class STRAW BALE GARDENING 101 by Joel Karsten. http://strawbalegardens.com/ Following that, I purchased his book, Read more

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Classic Corn

  Classic Corn “Knee high by the 4th of July” is an old benchmark for corn progress. The truth is, depending on your sowing date, several of our varieties could be Read more

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Enjoy Fresh Herbs Throughout the Winter with an Indoor Herb Garden

Cooking with fresh herbs adds a characteristic punch to most recipes, creating a boost of flavor that lets those you’re serving know that you’ve put extra effort into the dish Read more

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Straw Bale Gardening

Straw Bale gardening became of interest to me this year so I watched the computer class STRAW BALE GARDENING 101 by Joel Karsten. http://strawbalegardens.com/ Following that, I purchased his book, Read more

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Winter Plant Protection

It’s time to get your outdoor living area ready for the winter months. Your gardens will look so much better next spring if you put a little time into them Read more

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Extending Your Season and Maximizing Your Garden’s Harvest

Successive Sowing: Extending Your Season and Maximizing Your Garden’s Harvest One of the ways you can keep your garden going all season is by successive sowing. To achieve continuous harvesting, try: Sowing two Read more

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Deliciously Beautiful Berry Plants

July 2015                                                     Deliciously Beautiful Berry Read more

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