Purple Power In The Garden

March 18, 2018

All hail the power of purple! Purple is the Pantone color of the year (Ultra Violet) and now is also the new color of being healthy. According to the USDA purple anti-oxidants, also called...
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Plant Of The Week - February

March 02, 2018

In February we highlight flowers that are planted in the spring to have gorgeous flowers in the summer. Many of them are native to other countries but do well in the US.  We also have added a...
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Tips For Growing Lettuce

February 04, 2018

Does the cost of produce at the grocery store give you sticker shock? One way to reach the goal of eating healthier while minimizing the impact on your wallet is to grow your own! Lettuce is...
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What is a Flexitarian?

January 06, 2018

Every so often when I am doing research for an article I come across a word or term that I’m not familiar with. So when I saw the word Flexitarian I had to find out more about it. It turns...
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Recipe Of The Month: Carrots

November 27, 2017

Carrots are a root vegetable, usually orange in color but are also come in purple, black, red, white and yellow. The most commonly eaten part of the carrot is the taproot, but sometimes the greens...
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Kitchen Countertop Gardening

September 10, 2017

Just because the weather may be getting cooler doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a tasty, fresh salad with your lunch or dinner. Produce you purchase at the store tastes ok but there is...
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5 Secrets to Growing Delicious Corn

June 17, 2017

What is a summer barbecue or clambake without corn on the cob? Whether it is boiled, steamed, or grilled nothing tastes quite as good as a fresh ear of corn. Tomatoes get a lot of votes as a...
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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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