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QUESTION: What vegetables best to grow this fall and when

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Help a Texas gardener choose plants for a fall garden in a very hot climate.

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Hoyas as Indoor and Outdoor Plants

Hoyas as Indoor and Outdoor Plants

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Most hummingbirds will end up in a 12 step program after discovering them on your back porch.

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Fragrant Night-Blooming Plants

Fragrant Night-Blooming Plants

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Our family has been spending many nights enjoying summer evenings on the patio; sometimes eating dinner and sometimes just unwinding at the end of the day. Summer is the season of outdoor evenings. Which is why I'm on a mission to plant more fragrant night blooming plants.

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Video: Blueberries

Video: Blueberries

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It's blueberry season!

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QUESTION: Wild mushrooms..good or bad?

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Help out a fellow gardener who's suffering a mushroom takeover in her garden. Post your answers or ask a question in our new Garden Q&A blog

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Video: The Three Sisters Garden

Video: The Three Sisters Garden

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Garden by companion planting what the Iroquois valued as the sustainers of life: beans, corn, and squash. Watch the video and learn how to plant them in a raised bed.

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Ask a Gardening Question (or Answer One)

Ask a Gardening Question (or Answer One)

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Ask a question or help answer other gardening questions from readers in our new Q&A blog. Read about how to participate.

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How to Grow Escarole and Endive

How to Grow Escarole and Endive

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Escarole and endive offer crunch and a pleasant bitterness. These cool-season greens can be used raw as a salad ingredient, or cooked, most commonly in sautées or soups.

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Hand-Pollination or Sex in Your Garden

Hand-Pollination or Sex in Your Garden

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Someone has to do it.

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Extend Your Gardening Season Beyond Frost by Growing Produce that Keeps

Extend Your Gardening Season Beyond Frost by Growing Produce that Keeps

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If you grow winter squash, pumpkins, potatoes, garlic, and hot peppers, you effectively extend your gardening season well into the fall and winter.

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Video: Mulching Your Garden

Video: Mulching Your Garden

Eco friendly mulching.

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The Gardening Month of June

The Gardening Month of June

I love June. In June all things are possible in the garden. The radishes are ready to harvest, and I’ve already pulled a couple of tomatoes off the vine. I’m not even close to the point in the summer when I wonder if, once again, I’ve planted too many juicy varieties.

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Video: How to Drip Irrigate your Container Garden

Video: How to Drip Irrigate your Container Garden

This has given me a whole new life! A little bit of Care free gardening.

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Plant a Garden Theme with Herbs

Plant a Garden Theme with Herbs

Herbs may not have showy flowers like perennials and annuals, so using them to create a theme garden is not only a good way to explore unusual herbs and their uses; it’s the perfect way to show your other special interests.

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Nasturtiums as Food and Companion Plants

Nasturtiums as Food and Companion Plants

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I’ve always loved garden nasturtiums in my flower beds. Oh, I know they’re touted as ordinary and flowers that are easy to grow often get a pretentious sniff.

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How to Grow Celeriac

How to Grow Celeriac

Celeriac, also known as celery root, is far easier to grow than celery, its close relative. If you're looking to try something new this year, consider celeriac. It's no beauty, but it's crisp and delicious, and it keeps all winter.

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Video: Soil Testing

Video: Soil Testing

Successful vegetable gardening starts with soil.  I brought in Mark Highland, a soil scientist, to evaluate the soil in my raised bed and test the nutrients and pH with tests that you can do for yourself at home.

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Berries!

Berries!

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If you want to grow fresh fruit in your yard, consider planting strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. They're a lot easier to grow and pick than tree fruit, kids love them, and with planning, you can have them throughout the summer and maybe even into the fall.

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Garlic Scapes

Garlic Scapes

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If you grow garlic, you'll eventually encounter scapes. Learn what they are and what to do with them.

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Planting Squash

Planting Squash

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Here's a birdproof method for planting squash seeds, as well as melons, cucumbers, and pumpkins.

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