Growing and Harvesting Tips

Growing and Harvesting Tips

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Planting Herbs in Hanging Baskets
Planting herbs in a hanging basket is a pretty and useful way to grow herbs and it's perfect for those with limited space! THE CONTAINER You'll want something good sized (12-16 ...
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Planting Tips for Window and Porch Boxes
The first step to successfully planting your window or porch boxes is finding plants that will do well. If it's hot sunny spot then look for drought tolerant plants like nasturtiu ...
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Planting Under Pine Trees
Shady locations are a challenge, but add a pine tree and it becomes even trickier. My experience has been with very large pines that really didn't have room underneath them to do anything w ...
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Planting Under Pine Trees in Arizona
Submitted by Rose I have found that any vegetables or flowers that can be grown in other gardens can be planted under pine trees. We live on a normal size city lot in central Phoeni ...
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Poison Ivy Remedies and Tips
Brush up on your poison ivy knowledge with our free article with helpful treatment tips and hints.
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Praying Mantis - Friend or Foe?
by Arzeena Hamir Not many gardeners come into contact with a praying mantis but few can deny that they've heard of the infamous ...
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Proper Mulching
Dr. Leonard Perry, Extension Professor University of Vermont Mulching is one of the best things you can do for the health o ...
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Pruning Your Plants and Trees
Pruning is a vital part of plant and tree care. This task can be confusing so we developed the following guide to help you prun ...
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Putting the Garden to Bed
It's time to put your garden to bed for the Winter and we can help...with our gardening article!
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Repurposed Seed Starting Pots
Repurpose Seed Starting Pots with the free tutorial from The Prairie Homestead!
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Say Goodbye to Moles and Voles Forever!
Getting rid of moles and voles can be a difficult task! However by following a few simple steps it can be done. If you are look ...
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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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