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Save Recycled Containers For Starting Spring Seeds

Save Recycled Containers For Starting Spring Seeds

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We're going to focus on two things here. The first one is saving money on a required gardening practice - seed starting. The second one is ignoring the fact that we're heading straight for deep winter and instead, thinking about spring. We're going to deny that we have have months on end of cold weather and sleeping plants.

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Video: December Square Foot Gardening Tips

Video: December Square Foot Gardening Tips

Watch Mel Bartholomew, inventor of Square Foot gardening, and Patti Moreno, the garden girl, giving gardening advice for December.

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Sprouts Make Windowsill Gardening Easy

Sprouts Make Windowsill Gardening Easy

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Homegrown sprouts are perfect for windowsill gardening any time of the year. Just add water and watch them grow.

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Uses for Fallen Leaves in the Garden

Uses for Fallen Leaves in the Garden

Don't put your fallen leaves on the curb. Read my article and find 3 ways to use fallen leaves in your garden.

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Discover Scented Herbs

Discover Scented Herbs

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Even if someone wanted to decline taking a whiff, I don't think they dared risk it while facing the crazed look in my eyes.

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At Home with Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl

At Home with Patti Moreno, the Garden Girl

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Here is a video that I recently made. It's a behind the scenes look at a day in my life.

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Do It Yourself Greenhouse Insulation

Do It Yourself Greenhouse Insulation

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I've gone on and on about ideas for heating small greenhouses, but I want to share another idea for cheap insulation. Bubble wrap.

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Garlic Planting

Garlic Planting

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"Do not eat garlic or onions; for their smell will reveal that you are a peasant.” Cervantes in Don Quixote. Unless you side with Don Quixote, don't forget to plant garlic before you put your garden to bed for the winter!

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Why You Want Redworms and Earthworms (Nightcrawlers) in Your Garden

Why You Want Redworms and Earthworms (Nightcrawlers) in Your Garden

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I like being a worm farmer. Like my fondness for rabbit poop, I take great pride in the rich nutrients they produce for my garden. These are natural talents we humans can't begin to duplicate. Our poop just isn't that great.

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Plant and Harvest Broccoli this Winter (and the Choppin Broccoli song)

Plant and Harvest Broccoli this Winter (and the "Choppin' Broccoli" song)

Many gardeners started their broccoli seeds several weeks ago. However, I was slow on the up-take this year and didn't start any seeds myself. I was so slow, in fact, that instead of getting to carefully choose my broccoli variety, I had had to pick up whatever was available at the nursery. Works for me; beggars can't be choosers.

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Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 5

Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 5

This is the final video in the Indoor Vegetable Garden Series. Don't miss it.

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Harvest Carrots Faster in Any Type of Soil

Harvest Carrots Faster in Any Type of Soil

Carrots are an excellent source of beta-carotene (converted to vitamin A in the body), Vitamins K with traces of C, B, and E. They’re a good source for potassium and manganese, as well. Whose body couldn't use that nutrition for the winter?

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Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 4

Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 4

In Part 4 of The Indoor Vegetable Gardening series, I start seeds in recycled containers.

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The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 3

The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 3

In Part 3 of my Indoor Vegetable Gardening Series, I expand my growing space. Check out how I maximize my indoor growing space.

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All seeds are treated equally, even biennials

All seeds are treated equally, even biennials

Tips and challenges for saving seed from biennial plants in a cool climate. After all, every seed deserves to be saved!

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Growing and Harvesting Winter Lettuce

Growing and Harvesting Winter Lettuce

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While lettuces are predominately a cool-weather crop, there are summer varieties available that don't disappoint. They're so easy to plant, grow, and harvest that I try to have lettuces in my garden every season.

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Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 2

Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 2

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In the second installment of my Indoor Vegetable Gardening Series I plant the seeds! Watch to see the different vegetables I am starting.

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Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 1

Video: The Indoor Vegetable Garden, Part 1

In the first installment of my five-part Indoor Garden Video Series, I build an inexpensive plant stand for my sun porch.

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Cool Weather Lettuce for Fall and Winter Gardens

Cool Weather Lettuce for Fall and Winter Gardens

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Any gardeners out there planning on having some home-grown lettuce on the Christmas dinner table? What varieties are you planting and where the heck are you?

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Saving Squash Seed

Saving Squash Seed

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People have saved squash seeds for hundreds of years. Read about one technique we use to process squash seeds at Seed Savers Exchange and different methods that have been used throughout history.

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