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Grow Heirloom Peas This Spring

Grow Heirloom Peas This Spring

Peas are one crop that no spring garden should be without. They're one of the oldest cultivated vegetables as there's been evidence of peas found throughout Egypt, Europe, Asia and amazingly, among the ruins of Troy.

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QUESTION: Soil Temperature

QUESTION: Soil Temperature

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I am always quite uncertain when I am planting certain vegetables in the spring with regard to those who are quite cold sensitive.  Is there a general rule of thumb regarding how to know when...

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QUESTION: Fishy Fertilizers - Is Mercury a Concern?

QUESTION: Fishy Fertilizers - Is Mercury a Concern?

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After reading about fish-based fertilizers in Volume 3 of Grow magazine, I began to wonder if mercury contamination was a concern. I know that when eating fish, mercury can be an issue. Is this also...

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Kale: The Aristocrat of Vegetables

Kale: The Aristocrat of Vegetables

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You'll never catch Kale tooting its own horn. Kale carries itself with so much quiet class, that you may not have even noticed it in a vegetable garden.

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Tips For Small Vegetable Beds

Tips For Small Vegetable Beds

One thing is for sure, nothing is more delightful than a small garden bed packed with gorgeous produce.

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Hail to the Peas

Hail to the Peas

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You don't need to have a large south lawn or live in a White House to grow a spring vegetable garden. All you need is this list of vegetables, herbs and flowers to plant a presidential garden.

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What Causes Bitter Cucumbers?

What Causes Bitter Cucumbers?

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Even if you apologize to them and promise never to miss another watering - it may already be too late.

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Why My Lettuce is in a Hanging Basket

Why My Lettuce is in a Hanging Basket

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So, we decided to do what any born and bred suburbanite would do; transplant the surviving lettuce into containers disguised as decorative planters - complete with flowers.

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Celebrate National Garlic Month

Celebrate National Garlic Month

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April is National Garlic Month and you can celebrate in two ways: in the garden and in the kitchen.

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Sow Happy Together

Sow Happy Together

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There’s an art and science to playing matchmaker in the garden. Here are ways to create plant partners to save garden space, control insect pests and encourage healthy gardens.

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Why You Should Have Radishes in Your Garden

Why You Should Have Radishes in Your Garden

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You know what I like about growing radishes? They're an instant gratification veggie.

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Newspaper Mulch: The Cheap Organic Weed Barrier

Newspaper Mulch: The Cheap Organic Weed Barrier

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I can't  believe how handy newspaper is in the garden. I use it for bedding in my worm bins, as extra carbon for my compost pile, and as a weed barrier for my garden beds.

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Lettuce in the Spring Garden

Lettuce in the Spring Garden

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I think it's time to get my lettuces into the garden.

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The Roots of Square Foot Gardening

The Roots of Square Foot Gardening

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Waffle gardens were the original square foot kitchen gardens used by Native Americans for dryland farming because they helped conserve precious resources. You can take a step back in time and try this ancient planting method.

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Video: Make a Straw-Bale Garden Bed

Video: Make a Straw-Bale Garden Bed

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Four hay bales and some compost are all you need to set up this nifty biodegradable garden bed. Amy Stewart shows you how.

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Protecting Your Investment

Protecting Your Investment

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As green thumbs, we need to exercise every method available to protect our plants. Here are some options that really worked.

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Help Pollinate Your Tomato Plants

Help Pollinate Your Tomato Plants

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This is the easiest hand-pollinating you'll ever do.

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Plant a Spring Container Garden

Plant a Spring Container Garden

If you’re itching to start your spring planting, but the garden soil is still too wet to work, a spring container garden may be the perfect solution.

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Chives Are a Must-Have in the Kitchen Garden

Chives Are a Must-Have in the Kitchen Garden

I'm always looking for more ways to seduce the good guys to my garden.

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Vegetables with Fun Names for Childrens Gardens

Vegetables with Fun Names for Childrens' Gardens

Let your kids plant Green Zebras, or Dragon's Tongues, or Painted Ponies.

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