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Bright Lights Swiss Chard

'Bright Lights' Swiss Chard

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I know, I know who hasn't grown 'Bright Lights' Swiss Chard, am I right?

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Autumn Gold

Autumn Gold

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All across the country, the earth is adorned with many hues of gold. Recently, I returned from a road trip that took me from the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas to the Rockies in Colorado, and back.

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Keep Rabbits Out Of Your Fall Garden

Keep Rabbits Out Of Your Fall Garden

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Ever planted a "Peace Offering Rabbit Border"?

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How to use Green Tomates

How to use Green Tomates

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A bumper crop of green tomatoes signals the end of the gardening season and the beginning using these green gems in my cooking.

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DIY PVC Hoop Bed Cover

DIY PVC Hoop Bed Cover

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This bed cover is functional, lightweight, and quick to make.

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Asian Daikon Radishes for the Winter Garden

Asian Daikon Radishes for the Winter Garden

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They're the perfect radish for fall and winter gardens.

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Lambs Quarters: Enjoying Wild Weeds

Lamb's Quarters: Enjoying Wild Weeds

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Many of my favorite herbs reseed back into the garden from year to year. If left alone, these plants perpetuate themselves completely on their own, without our help.

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Tasting Brussels Sprouts in a New Way

Tasting Brussels Sprouts in a New Way

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Brussels sprouts are high in fiber and a delicious source of vitamins A and C, especially if they’re prepared as a delicious side dish that people will actually eat.

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Roast Some Healthy Pumpkin Seeds

Roast Some Healthy Pumpkin Seeds

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Inside a pumpkin near you is a delicious and healthy snack.

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Borrow a Goat for Your Fall Yard Cleanup

Borrow a Goat for Your Fall Yard Cleanup

The truth is that they'll actually do a better job than you.

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Community Gardening - Sharing Your Green Thumb Passion

Community Gardening - Sharing Your Green Thumb Passion

Volunteering for my local community garden has allowed me to share my passion and receive experience beyond measure.

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Cabbage in the Fall Garden

Cabbage in the Fall Garden

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Want your garden to look like that uber-staged Garden of Eden from the movie, "It's Complicated"? Grow cabbages.

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Squash Mystery Solved

Squash Mystery Solved

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The flying-saucer-shaped scallop squash can be a bit baffling to even seasoned gardeners. But after this gardening season, the mystery is solved.

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Time to Plant a Cover Crop

Time to Plant a Cover Crop

Okay, raise your hand if you're planting vetch this fall!

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Autumn is here: Let us celebrate the harvest season!

Autumn is here: Let us celebrate the harvest season!

Wednesday, September 22 we celebrate the autumn equinox, and Thursday the 23rd is the full harvest moon. The end of summer means farewell to hot weather and welcome to fresh air and cooler temps. It also signals the slow down of garden produce and the time to make ready for the cold weather to come.

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How Hot Are Thai Dragon Peppers?

How Hot Are 'Thai Dragon' Peppers?

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Yesterday my son discovered a new level of hot.

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Rooting Herb Cuttings

Rooting Herb Cuttings

While cleaning up the herb garden and harvesting plants for preserving, now is a good time to take some cuttings and bring them indoors for rooting. Rooting herbs is easy, fun and you are making your own new plants!

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Trumpeting the Virtue of Vertical Vegetables

Trumpeting the Virtue of Vertical Vegetables

Growing up is a great way to get more out of a small garden space. The vines of the Trombetta di Albenga climbing summer squash grow quickly on an arbor or trellis and produce beautiful trumpet-shaped fruit.

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Time to Plant Handy Kitchen Vegetables: Onions and Garlic

Time to Plant Handy Kitchen Vegetables: Onions and Garlic

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I don't know what you're doing in your garden right now, but I hope it involves planting garlic and onions.

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Here Comes Honeycrisp Apple Season!

Here Comes Honeycrisp Apple Season!

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It may seem like a small window on the calendar. But oh, how they're worth the wait.

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