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How to Grow a Giant Pumpkin from Seed

How to Grow a Giant Pumpkin from Seed

If you’re planning on growing a GIANTΒ pumpkin, keep in mind that you may need anywhere from 400 sq. ft. all the way upΒ to 1200 sq. feet for just ON...
38 Edible Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

38 Edible Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

Nothing will impress your friends and family like sprinkling some colorful flowers into a salad, onto pastries or even as a garnish in their favorite drinks. Edible flowers will add a beautiful splash of color to many dishes and they are readily available, when you're growing them right in your own garden.
15 Herbs You Can Grow at Home To Make Your Own Tea

15 Herbs You Can Grow at Home To Make Your Own Tea

These 15 herbsΒ will make a wonderfulΒ addition to your collection ofΒ "tea making supplies"! Β Start curing your ailments naturally by growing your own herbal remedies. You can use them individually or mix and match to create unique tones and flavors that are suitable to your own liking.Β 
Your Guide to Gardening Through all 4 Seasons

Your Guide to Gardening Through all 4 Seasons

As the weather becomes consistently cold (in late October and early November, in the upper Midwest), you can work at preparing your garden for winter. There are several aspects to winter preparation.
How to Deal with Squash Bugs

How to Deal with Squash Bugs

Squash bugs can destroy crops and are quite the nuisance. Check your squash plants daily for signs of squash bugs and theirΒ eggs. Β  What to look...
How to Save πŸ… Tomato Seeds

How to Save πŸ… Tomato Seeds

There are several ways that you can save your heirloom tomato seeds, but here are two of the most popular techniques.Β  Fermentation Method: Choos...
How To Tell When πŸ† Eggplant Is Ripe

How To Tell When πŸ† Eggplant Is Ripe

EggplantΒ is a versatile fruit often used in Italian dishes such as ratatouille, caponata, and lasagna. Eggplant easily absorbs the flavors of wh...
Start these NOW for a fall garden!

Start these NOW for a fall garden!

Summer will soon be over but having a thriving vegetable garden doesn't have to end when summer does.Β With a little bit of planning, and p...
How Many Plants a 12β€³ Container?

How Many Plants a 12β€³ Container?

Here isΒ a suggested number of plants that will grow successfully in a 12β€³ container. It would be a waste of money and time to start moreΒ seeds...

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