5 Indoor Garden Plants to Help get you Through Winter

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As the winds blow snow piles up and ice accumulates, we find ourselves looking out of the fogged up window into our grey garden and sigh. However, the savvy gardener without a greenhouse keeps in mind these cold days and moves to set up a small indoor grow for when Jack Frost comes. Here are five easy to grown veggie/spices that can help keep some green in your life.RosemaryLong treasured for its ability to help improve health, this … [Read more …]

Tips for Fall Garden Preparation

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As the summer season comes to a close, it’s time take stock of the condition of your garden. If you have decided to plant a second season harvest, … [Read more …]

Zucchini Three Ways

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Garden tomatoes get a lot of attention, and even though their plants tend to produce in abundance, the other vegetable that is taking up a … [Read more …]

Unconventional Planters

Unconventional Planters

The great thing about gardens is that most of them can fit anywhere. This is why you may be able to repurpose junk from your garage into a unique … [Read more …]

Tips for the Lazy Gardener

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I'm ashamed to admit that sometimes I play the role of the lazy gardener. When I first started gardening, I pictured myself spending evenings and … [Read more …]

A Guide to Second Season Planting

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Summer has flown by and it's time to start thinking about your fall harvest plans. Unlike spring planting, which is dominated by tomatoes and summer … [Read more …]

Gardening on a Budget

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Many people get into gardening because they are hoping to save some money. After all, growing your own produce not only saves you a few trips to the … [Read more …]

Protecting Your Plants Naturally

Introducing ladybugs into your garden is a great way to keep plants safe, as ladybugs will eat other insects like aphids.

As the weather begins to warm and the sun comes out, so do insects and other creatures. Though some may be helpful to your garden, there are many … [Read more …]

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