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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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Plant Dill This Spring

Plant Dill This Spring

Dill is a treat as a salad crop, and also in the form of dill seed. It is easily grown; why not plant some now?

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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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A vegetable garden a rabbit can love

A vegetable garden a rabbit can love

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Oh boy. Sites like this make me hopping mad. And people come here for gardening information? When it comes to gardening, there's a lot of silly, even dangerous, advice online. I'm here to set the record straight...

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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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Video: How to Grow Potatoes in Containers

Video: How to Grow Potatoes in Containers

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What's not to love about potatoes? They're tasty, require little maintenance to grow, and even produce pretty flowers. If you have the right container, you don't even need to plant them in the ground. Check out this video on growing potatoes in the most unlikely of places: a kitchen garbage can.

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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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Celebrate Dill!

Celebrate Dill!

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It is time to welcome dill as herb of the year for 2010, chosen by the International Herb Association for its culinary, ornamental and medicinal traits.

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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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QUESTION: Heat-resistant lettuce variety for Texas

QUESTION: Heat-resistant lettuce variety for Texas

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This question is for "Greg Holdsworth" since I have noticed that he lives in Plano, TX.Greg I live in the other side of town, near DFW airport. Can you recomend some heat resistance varieties of...

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QUESTION: Starting a veggie garden in zone 6

QUESTION: Starting a veggie garden in zone 6

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Hello all !! Just a couple of questions if you don't mind.  I love to garden and last year my kids and I started our seeds indoors on my dinning room table.  Well due to the scratches and...

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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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Spring Green

Spring Green

Spring is in the air! It is time to start foraging for new plant growth and harbingers of spring in our gardens—celebrating green.

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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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Tomato Musings

Tomato Musings

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Tomatoes are truly the headliners of the show in my Victory Garden.

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QUESTION: Planting peas & tomatoes

QUESTION: Planting peas & tomatoes

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I had a terrible yied on my pea crop last year.  I am in zone 6 and started my peas indoors and transferred them outdoors.  They did very poorly.  Can you offer any...

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