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Have fun bringing out your inner-florist
Getting flowers from the florist is nice, but tomorrow morning when the dew is still wet and your flowers are sleepy, cut a few to make your own bouquet.  Fill a pretty vase and show off the...
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Simple tips and tricks to help you begin your own organic vegetable garden.
Starting your own organic vegetable garden can sound overwhelming and time-consuming, but it’s actually pretty simple. Here are tips and tricks.
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Read how your garden can "bee" pollinator-friendly!
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Colorful vegetable varieties add bold, bright hues that look good in beds, borders, containers, and - most importantly - at mealtime!
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Learn how midsummer is the time to sow a second harvest of vegetables and herbs.
While most gardeners rush to plant their vegetable and herb crops the moment the ground thaws in spring, many do not know that midsummer is the time to sow a second harvest of delicious edibles....
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Enter the best fruits and vegetables from your garden in the county or state fair, and you could go from backyard gardener to blue-ribbon-winning horticulturalist!
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Anyone can make their own compost with the many different natural and container options available. Learn how simple it can be with some basic information.
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Your plants need water to survive, but it's a precious resource that shouldn't be squandered. Follow these tips to get your plants what they need without wasting water.
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Find out how adding soil amendments can increase the yield of your garden and improve the soil.
Whether you're using existing soil, or importing soil to fill raised garden beds, soil amendments are a vital resource for ensuring a productive vegetable garden. Many neglected urban soils are...
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Turn your extra space and love of gardening into a profitable business by selling your harvested produce at the farmer's market!

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