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Have more plants without spending more money
My perennial flower beds do a good job of reproducing themselves year-after-year. That's my kind of gardening! I let the birds eat the seeds they produce, but many people like to save seeds from...
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Dinner is right outside your door.
Download this FREE Garden-to-Table guide; a full-color, 16-page reference tool on garden planning, soil maintenance and pest control.
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Planting calendar is useful when starting vegetable seeds indoors
With daylight lasting a bit longer day by day, avid gardeners are hankering to plant. “If you start vegetable plants indoors, it is often helpful to list seeding dates on a calendar so...
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Prepare for spring by rolling up some seed balls
Some folks in New York City years ago tossed seed bombs into empty lots and along city streets to make the neighborhoods look better. They were little balls of clay, compost, and seed that grew into...
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Getting seeds for your garden may be as simple as visiting the library. Seed libraries are cropping up to help you grow food and learn the art of seed saving.
The next time you're in the library, see if you can check out garden seeds along with your books. Seed lending libraries are sprouting up around the country to offer free packets of seeds,...
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Michigan resident and hobby photographer Lynne Kasey submitted a series of vibrant bird photos she's taken around her property. Enjoy her breathtaking shots!
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Get a jump on spring planting by starting select flower and vegetable seeds indoors!
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The next time you eat a hamburger, look at the bun. Is there sesame seed on it? I'll bet you've never thought about trying to grow sesame on your land, but it's possible. Radio interview...