How to Grow Swiss Chard

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Swiss chard is a cool weather heirloom vegetable that is treasured in the garden because it's easy to grow, nutritious, has few pests and a long … [Read more …]

Cold Frames for Beginners: Part Two

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In the first part of the post on cold frames I went over variations on assembling your own using the basics. Once you've collected the materials for … [Read more …]

Coldframes for Beginners, Part One

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Coldframes are a worthy investment of your time and money, but they don't have to be elaborate, especially for the home gardener. Coldframes are … [Read more …]

Midsummer Vegetable Troubleshooting: Part II

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This is part two of the garden troubleshooting questions.  Depending on the response I may continue to do this every month.  Even those of us who … [Read more …]

How to Survive a Heat Wave

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Vegetable plants need nutrients, sun and water to thrive. If they are popped into the soil and left on their own they most likely will do poorly, … [Read more …]

How To Mulch Your Vegetable Garden

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Mulching is one of the best things we can do for your vegetable garden. Properly placed mulch helps control the weeds, keeps the soil from drying out … [Read more …]

Growing Lemon Scented Herbs

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Lemon scented herbs are a delight to grow in the garden and use in the kitchen. There is a nice selection of plants to choose from that emit the … [Read more …]

Companion Planting With Herbs

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Companion planting in the garden has most likely been around for as long as man has been planting seeds. It's simply a method of partnering up … [Read more …]

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