Planning Your Veggie Garden, Part One: Deciding What to Plant

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Spring is officially here, and so it is time to start thinking about your outdoor garden. Even though the ground may still be frozen, planning for your spring planting now will make sure that you are successful in your gardening this year.Deciding what to plant is one of the first things you will need to consider. What do you want to eat this season? Though this may seem like a simple question, it is one of the most important things you can … [Read more …]

The Best Veggies to Grow Indoors

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When deciding which plants to grow indoors, you have a lot to consider. The best indoor vegetable choices are ones that are more compact, thus taking … [Read more …]

The Five Best Herbs for Indoor Gardening

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Herbs are great indoor growers because they require little room, and little attention. Most herbs can easily grow on your windowsill because they … [Read more …]

Are My Garden Seeds Too Old?

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Growing flowers, vegetables, and herbs from seed is thrifty and rewarding. However, buying seeds can become addictive, and most gardeners end up with … [Read more …]

Should I Start Seeds Indoors or Outdoors?

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Starting plants from seed is an extremely rewarding and frugal method of obtaining vegetables, herbs, or fruit for your garden. Many new gardeners … [Read more …]

Tips for Setting Up Your Indoor Garden

With icy weather just outside your front door, now is the time to get cranking on your indoor veggie garden.

With frigid gusts of wind and falling snow currently occupying the outdoor environment in much of the United States, now is the perfect time to move … [Read more …]

Winterizing the Vegetable Garden

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For many gardeners, winter is around the corner. Here in the Midwest we've had freezing temperatures, sleet, and even a small amount of snow. There … [Read more …]

Five Quick Growing Vegetables

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August isn't considered prime seed sowing times, but you can still plant certain vegetables and expect a nice harvest before Fall. The following five … [Read more …]

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