Growing and Harvesting Tips

Growing and Harvesting Tips

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Mulch and Feed Your Gardens for Free
© Ron Williams In Today's throwaway society, there is absolutely no need to go out and purchase mulch material for your garden, unless it is for the particular aesthetic appearan ...
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Multipurpose Ornamental Plants
The plants mentioned in this article serve a multitude of functions. They have ornamental foliage and flowers, they can be used for culinary and/or medicinal purposes and the ...
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My Mother's Kitchen Garden Grows Up
I am lucky, living in Southern California, with a perfect climate that enables both winter and summer kitchen gardening. However, I came from Northern Wisconsin (on the cusp of ...
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Natural Pest Repellents
By Kimberly Teed It's time to start planning your garden -- in your plans, include a few plants that naturally repel your peskiest pests ... Some common landscape pests and the ...
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Non-Hardy Bulb Care
If your ground freezes in the winter you'll need to dig up and store gladiolus, cannas, dahlias and tuberous begonias. You can dig them when they have yellowed and begun to die bac ...
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Nutritional Benefits of Pumpkins
The brilliant colors of Fall are in bloom. With Fall comes a variety of nourishing hearty fruits and vegetables including the great pumpkin. This is the best time to find fresh pumpkin so ta ...
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Paperwhites for Winter Charm
Paperwhites, Narcissus tazetta, are a charming variety of daffodil that you'll enjoy adding to your garden!
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Planning an Everlasting Garden
There are many ways to plan your garden. One nice option is to plant flowerbeds with themes and particular uses. A ...
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Planting for Early Spring Blooms
You've waited all winter to see the first signs of life beneath the snow and ice. With a little planning you can make the most o ...
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Planting for Late Spring Blooms
If you want a lovely show of spring blooms then plant early, middle and late spring bulbs in your landscape. When one if finishe ...
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Planting for Mid-Spring Blooms
Your snowdrops have bloomed and you've seen the crocus poke their heads out, but now you need blooms to brighten up the mid-spr ...
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Seasonal Feature
Summer Harvest Tea

Before the cool weather sets in, enjoy the bounty of your herb, flower and vegetable gardens by giving a Summer Harvest Tea Party. Plan your theme around the garden, invite friends and family. Don't make it a formal affair, but rather a way to celebrate everyone's gardens and share produce, flowers, seeds and advice.

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Harvesting and Using Summer Squash

Summer squash is one of my favorite vegetables. I love the yellow summer squash in particular. They should be harvested while still tender, when they have a "glossy" appearance and are still small. You will most likely need to harvest daily once they start to appear.

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