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The Best Time to Mulch

The Best Time to Mulch

For me, this is a first-class practice as far as recycling goes.

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To Grow or Not to Grow: That is the Question

To Grow or Not to Grow: That is the Question

More new gardeners joined the home-grown edibles movement this past season than ever before. The big question: will they keep gardening in the future?

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Chives for the Winter

Chives for the Winter

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There's not may things that I won't sprinkle my onion-y snippets over.

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Rain Barrels for Christmas

Rain Barrels for Christmas

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I'm sorry that I had to resort to using the "C" word, but it got your attention, am I right?

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Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard

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Right now, I am still harvesting cool-season kale and chard from the fall garden. It is delightful to have these nutritive leaves available for the supper menu. Harvest them now before they disappear with the cold weather!

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Hot Things Come in Little Packages

Hot Things Come in Little Packages

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Casabella peppers are small in size, but big on heat. Here’s one way to tame them.

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Gardeners, Start Your Seed Search!

Gardeners, Start Your Seed Search!

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Now's the time to order those Winter and Spring seed catalogs.

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Green Tomatoes

Green Tomatoes

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What to do with all of those green tomatoes that we just picked since we had a frost forecast?

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The Purple-Striped Chesnok Red Garlic

The Purple-Striped 'Chesnok Red' Garlic

I'm a garlic freak so you'll forgive me if I pass on growing that impostor, Elephant Garlic.

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Your Easiest Vegetable Garden Ever and Other Things

Your Easiest Vegetable Garden Ever and Other Things

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I have some random thoughts for you on fall and winter crops.

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Grow Yard-Long Beans for a Colorful Change of Pace

Grow Yard-Long Beans for a Colorful Change of Pace

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I planted yard-long beans on a whim this year, and I wasn't sorry. The seeds went in the ground late, around mid-July, but there was plenty of time for the vines to grow up their trellis and...

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2010 Tomato Roundup Winner and Results

2010 Tomato Roundup Winner and Results

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The results are in, and our winner has been chosen. Which tomatoes were star performers, and where did tomatoes fare best in 2010?

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Perfect Fall Gardening Tasks

Perfect Fall Gardening Tasks

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Don't snuggle up by the fire in your over-stuffed chair just yet.

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Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans)

Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans)

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Last night, we had our first frost warning, so yesterday sent local gardeners scurrying about, trying to harvest the last of our herbs, pick the chiles, and gather green tomatoes. The pineapple sage was in her full regalia and I really didn't want to cut her, however she is now a huge, gorgeous bouquet; too big for the dining table, she graces the living room. No wonder her botanical name is Salvia elegans--such an apt description.

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Winter Tomatoes?

Winter Tomatoes?

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I think I'm going to be sorry that I didn't use my Earthbox for this little experiment.

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My Holy Quest for Mole

My Holy Quest for Mole

‘Holy Molé’ isn’t just an All-America Selections vegetable winner, it’s a pepper grown with only one purpose in mind.

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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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