3 Vegetable Gardening Tips

It’s gardening season. The vegetable seeds are coming out of their packets. The rodent and pest protective fences (and other devices) are being hooked up and the anxiety builds to pick that first tomato. Spring is the Super Bowl for us vegetable gardeners as it marks the time when we[…]

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4 Helpful Tips for Removing a Tree Stump

There is likely to be a variety of reasons why it might benefit to have a tree stump removed from the garden. A common reason is likely to relate to those trees that are diseased or damaged and it will be more beneficial to have it cleared from the property.[…]

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3 Tips For Having More Tulips Bloom in the Spring

Some Cool Facts About Tulips Tulips have been around since approximately 1554 making them one of the oldest garden perennials. Visitors from the Ottoman Empire to Europe wore tulips in their turbans. The tulip flower means lale in Arabic and is considered a holy symbol. Between 1634 and 1637 tulips[…]

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10 Easy To Grow Vegetables for Backyard Gardening

Everyone wants to have a backyard garden especially for fruits and vegetables. It’s nice to have freshly picked vegetables for dinner at the convenience of your own yard. Backyard vegetable gardening is the best way to develop a healthy food eating habit. With this, you are assured that the vegetables[…]

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10 New Year’s Resolutions for the Garden

It’s the time for looking back and looking forward, the threshold of a new year. Gardening is an exercise in optimism, especially in the winter when everything is still possible. We check things off in catalogs and draw little circles on graph paper or the back of an envelope, asking[…]

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4 Gardening Items to Ask Santa for This Christmas

For many of us, old man winter has moved in, putting a damper on our outdoor vegetable gardening efforts. While many still continue to grow some herbs, lettuce, spinach and other cooler crops in either outdoor cold frames or on indoor window sills, colder weather also means the Christmas season[…]

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3 Tips For The Organic Garden

The organic garden is planted much the same as a conventional garden, except the methods used in preparation of soil and care of the garden. We will run through 3 handy tips that will help you get your organic garden started. The 3 steps are to prepare the soil, feed[…]

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15 Reasons to Own a Hobby Greenhouse

Before we can get into the reasons proper for owning a hobby greenhouse, we first have to define exactly what a so-called hobby greenhouse is all about. A hobby greenhouse, in case you do not already know, is nothing more than a small or even a moderate structure that is[…]

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