Five Herbs to Grow From Seed

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Herbs are a wonderful addition to the vegetable garden, and many can be grown easily from seed. The five herbs below can be grown in a traditional vegetable garden, raised beds or containers. All five of these plants are considered culinary herbs, and can be grown along side vegetables.NASTURTIUMS Nasturtiums are one of my favorite herbs. Many gardeners think of them as a charming annual flower, especially when they tend to be relegated … [Read more …]

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To help celebrate the opening of our new forum (sign up here) we're giving away $500 worth of free gardening goods from two generous sponsors Dr T's … [Read more …]

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Winner, Winner... Chicken Dinner!The winner of the Remington Electric Tiller is -Ava StearnsAva, I have sent you an email using the email … [Read more …]

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As we begin to inch closer and closer to the start of Spring it's time to pour over the seed catalogs and begin ordering our bounty for 2011. To help … [Read more …]

Urban Homesteading Can’t Be Owned

I have never really considered myself an urban homesteader. Sure, I live in an urban neighborhood full of streets and neighbors and kids riding their … [Read more …]

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Win a Free One Year Subscription To GrowVeg

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My 2010 Garden Plan – Revision 1

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Last week, I ran a series on planning your vegetable garden. After a lot of arguing with myself, and trying to contain my urges, I have finally … [Read more …]

Happy New Year from Veggie Gardener

Happy 2010!!I wanted to just take a moment to wish everyone a very Happy New Year! I would also like to thank everyone for visiting Veggie … [Read more …]

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