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Leafy Greens – Fall-friendly Crops Extend the Harvest Season

Leafy Greens – Fall-friendly Crops Extend the Harvest Season - enjoy a quick crop before the winter frost arrives -

Leafy greens love the cool temperatures of spring and fall. They’re easy and fast to grow and the perfect crop for beginning vegetable gardeners.

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How to Make and Enjoy Shrub

How to Make and Enjoy Shrub - perfect for a mixer or mocktail base -

Learn how to make your own shrub--a colonial-era, refreshing and oh-so-trendy drink mixer. All it takes is vinegar, sugar and your own fresh produce.

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How to Be Successful with Raised Garden Beds

How to Be Successful with Raised Garden Beds - getting the most out of this great gardening style -

If you’re new to gardening with raised beds, we have tips for how to use them most effectively this season.

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Plant and Garden Trends for 2021

Plant and Garden Trends for 2021 - popular ideas to try -

This is the year to add indoor plants to your home office, grow tomatoes in a pot or plant your first garden. You could also certainly use a seating area outside to enjoy with friends and family.

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5 Ways to Use Eggshells for Plants

5 Ways to Use Eggshells for Plants - from trash to treasure -

Eggshells are packed with calcium and other minerals, and this makes them too valuable for a gardener to throw into the waste disposal. When put to imaginative use, they can make a great contribution to your yard’s health and productivity.

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Gardening Tips for Early Spring

Gardening Tips for Early Spring - Things to do now so that you’ll be ready when spring fever hits. -

The basics of “dewinterizing” your landscape to get it ready for spring.

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Have the Greenest Lawn on the Block

Have the Greenest Lawn on the Block - basic steps for maintaining a lush lawn -

It’s easy to seed a new lawn, thicken an existing lawn, or patch bare spots if you know the right steps to follow.

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Preserving Your Summer Harvest

Preserving Your Summer Harvest - enjoy summer’s bounty for months to come -

Learn more about the variety of ways homegrown fruits and vegetables can be preserved for use long after the harvest season has ended.

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Spring Flowering Bulbs

Spring Flowering Bulbs

Spring-flowering bulbs must be planted in the fall because they require a sustained "dormant" period of cold temperatures to stimulate root development.As a rule, the colder your climate, the earlier you plant. In colder northern climates, for…

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Use Your Summer Harvest:  Fresh Tomatoes 5 Ways

Use Your Summer Harvest: Fresh Tomatoes 5 Ways - fresh, sauce, salsa, juice, canned/frozen -

If you're looking for new ways to use your tomatoes, try some of these ideas!

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