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Grow Herbs Indoors this Winter

Grow Herbs Indoors this Winter

Some gardeners grow a fall garden outdoors, some plant an eclectic group of flowers and veggies in a heated greenhouse, and others plant an herb garden indoors. Then there are those of us die-hards that practice all of the above in determined to feed the plant addiction year-round.

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Saving Titan sunflower seeds

Saving Titan sunflower seeds

A Baseball players guide to eating and saving sunflower seeds.

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The Best of the Fall-Harvest Apples

The Best of the Fall-Harvest Apples

You just can't get the whole pie baking experience from the inside of a box on the freezer isle. No, the true affair of pie baking is an event.

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Fall Leaves Make a Great Garden Mulch

Fall Leaves Make a Great Garden Mulch

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Don't bag them and send them to the dump. Put this resource to work for your garden.

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Spiders in the Garden

Spiders in the Garden

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Hollywood and Halloween have done nothing for the reputation of spiders (not to mention bats) and their true value they bring to the natural world.

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Why Grow Your Own Food?

Why Grow Your Own Food?

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Suburban and urban farming is being accomplished successfully in backyards everywhere. And it is being done with high yields on very little land.

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QUESTION: Getting seeds off to the right start

QUESTION: Getting seeds off to the right start

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When starting out with seeds good soil then place the seed then cover loosely with more soil then water is this correct? then I want to be sure that the seeds are in the sun light and lightly watered...

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QUESTION for Patti Moreno (and other rabbit owners!)

QUESTION for Patti Moreno (and other rabbit owners!)

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How much work is involved in raising a rabbit?

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Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds

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Learn how easy it is to eat your tomatoes and save them too!

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How to Use Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

How to Use Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Utilizing the method of Integrated Pest Management how I garden - period. I'm probably going to get strung up by the organic gardening police for that admission; but before you set the torch afire let me say this.

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What is Sustainable Gardening?

What is Sustainable Gardening?

“Sustainable gardening” is a cool term if I've ever heard one. It sounds edgy in an incredibly responsible sort of way. In suburban farmer (that would be me) speak it’s: “Do no evil.”

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Video: Make a Keyhole Garden

Video: Make a Keyhole Garden

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In Lesotho, a landlocked, mountainous country in southern Africa, children are learning how to build sustainable raised-bed gardens to provide vegetables for their families.

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Leaf Mold as a Soil Conditioner

Leaf Mold as a Soil Conditioner

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Leaf mold by itself is pretty close to pure humus and like compost, smells like the forest floor. Probably because it is the forest floor.

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Frost and the Fall Garden

Frost and the Fall Garden

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Don't let an early frost wipe out your veggies prematurely. When frost threatens, you need to move quickly. Learn which crops must be harvested right away, and which ones will survive.

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Grasscycle, Compost, and Mulch with Grass Clippings

Grasscycle, Compost, and Mulch with Grass Clippings

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I think the average homeowner over looks the many joys of grass clippings. This stuff is a valuable resource with all the versatility of duct tape.

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Compost Season has begun!

Compost Season has begun!

Throughout the cities and suburbs, grass clippings, leaves, other general yard waste, household waste and kitchen waste are put out on the sidewalk to be collected by the trash man. This is just energy misplaced.

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Replacing Some Suburban Front Lawn

Replacing Some Suburban Front Lawn

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It's no secret that suburbia is known for it's cookie-cutter foundation plantings and grand expansions of perfectly coiffed grass. Although, I have seen some fabulous yard make-overs where they've used plants that have made me almost slam into the car in front of me. But, I digress.

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Grow Herbs in Containers for the Winter

Grow Herbs in Containers for the Winter

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Fall is the time of year that I start getting concerned for my basil. I'm pretty lousy at calculating how much longer I'll be able to harvest before the frost nails it. Mother Nature has her own calendar no matter where we mark our frost dates.

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Start a New Garden Bed with a Compost Sandwich

Start a New Garden Bed with a Compost Sandwich

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It's never too early to think about the next major planting season as far as I'm concerned. But that could be because at my age, six months isn't even close to the vicinity of long-term.

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Gardening Tip: Compost Heap Alternative

Gardening Tip: Compost Heap Alternative

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If you don't have a compost heap, here's a simple way to recycle vegetable scraps in your garden beds.

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