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Things you should be doing in Spring "April 2019" Vegetable Garden It’s early April so it’s time to plant your mange tout, broad beans, beetroot, lettuce, parsnips, onions, peas, spinach, radish, turnips and herbsherbs under cloches. You can also plant brussel...
The Three Simple Steps of Flower Gardening Over the years, flower gardening has become increasingly more and more popular. Flowers have a nice smell, brighten most people’s day, and make for a wonderful hobby, or even something that can be...
Move Tender Plants Indoors If you haven’t already, it is time to get those tender potted plants indoors. Take time in advance to prepare your plants for the trip indoors. Wipe all pots with a cloth dipped in a diluted Clorox...
How to Make your Drought Tolerant Plants Even more Drought Tolerant A plant’s drought tolerance in something that is not easy to quantify, as there are so many factors that can determine this. So to compare one plant’s drought tolerance...
Cold Frame Gardening For a Longer Growing Season Cold frame gardening offers an affordable alternative to a greenhouse while offering many of the same advantages. Protect your bedding plants and keep them warm to extend your growing season. A cold frame,...
Growing Peppers: Hot Ones or Sweet Ones, We Use 'Em All Growing peppers is a tradition in the Southwest. Learn to grow peppers from simple patio containers to large rural gardens. And, pickled peppers provide the piquant flavor you love...
Growing Onions: Some Tips and Techniques The onion: it’s in almost every kitchen, but we’d never thought about growing onions until we moved to farm country (Minnesota), where it seems everyone has a huge kitchen garden. Here is where we...
Irrigation Practice in Landscaping - An Alternative View For the past 30 years or so, very little has changed in this industry in terms of methods and results, and water has been an expendable commodity like there was no tomorrow...
Drip Irrigation the Bottom Line in Landscaping Drip irrigation can save up to 90% on water consumption in a garden. The entire area under drip gets the same amount of water per square area, ensuring even plant growth throughout. ...
Guide to Prepare Garden Soil The first step of gardening is soil preparation. Soil should be able to contain its moisture and nutrients while being balanced in its air and water ratio. The three soil types are clay, loam, and...

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