5 Time-Saving Tips for Vegetable Gardeners

May 20, 2017

I suspect that you’re probably in the same boat as I am. Between late hours at the office or the work you bring home with you and family commitments there never seems to be enough time to get...
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Rejuvenate An Older Rose Bush

May 13, 2017

Did you know that scientists have documented that the cultivation of roses dates back nearly 5,000 years? It is little wonder that they remain so popular with gardeners! How long a rose bush lives...
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Color Combos: Pink & Green

May 07, 2017

Pink has been a popular color in flower arrangements and weddings for decades and no color I can think of says spring has arrived more than the green grass and new leaves on the trees. Put these...
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Recipe Of The Month: Asparagus

May 03, 2017

Unlike most vegetables, Asparagus plants are perennials. The spears we eat are the new shoots that emerge in spring. The most important part of growing asparagus is that it will take a couple of...
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Using Chickens in Your Garden

April 22, 2017

What would a farm be without chickens? They may be the quintessential farm animal and farmers know that they are so much more than just a source of eggs. Now, gardeners in many areas of the country...
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Combating Mosquitos In The Garden

April 15, 2017

What is the most dangerous creature on earth? Some television programs I’ve watched say it is the hippopotamus and others say that big cats such as lions, tigers, and cougars should own that...
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4 Heirloom Tomato Hacks

April 08, 2017

Heirloom Tomatoes are varieties that have often been passed down through families from generation to generation and which have not been cross-bred with other varieties of Tomato. As the desire for...
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Color Combos: Orange and Brown

April 02, 2017

Anyone who knows me well will tell you that I don’t back down from a challenge. On the surface writing an article about combining the colors of orange and brown is something you would do in...
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