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Watering Your Seed(ling)s

Watering Your Seed(ling)s

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There are basically three methods ror watering your seeds (or your seedlings).

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QUESTION: Squirrels in the garden and bird feeder invaders

QUESTION: Squirrels in the garden and bird feeder invaders

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I have recently moved from a home by the ocean to one more in land and I am shocked at the large squirrels that are everywhere.  They have already eaten half of the daffodil bulbs I have planted...

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Sunny Lemons Brighten Winter Days in Many Ways

Sunny Lemons Brighten Winter Days in Many Ways

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Not only do these mouthwatering fruits brighten our greenhouses or sunny windows, they add inimitable flavor to the food we eat as well as being a good source of vitamins and nutrients.

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QUESTION:  Guinea Pig Poop as Garden Fertilizer?

QUESTION: Guinea Pig Poop as Garden Fertilizer?

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Hello fellow gardeners!  We all know how wonderful rabbit manure can be, but how about guinea pig poop?  My kids are getting a guinea pig for Christmas, and it's diet is essentially the...

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Seed Viability Test

Seed Viability Test

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Here's a simple test to see if your seeds are ready to plant.

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In the Greenhouse Today

In the Greenhouse Today

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The germination of seeds and this new green growth make me think spring and alleviates the cabin fever, which many of us suffer from this time of year.

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Legal Guerrilla Gardening

Legal Guerrilla Gardening

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Personally, I don't find it at all amazing that the practice caught on like wildfire.

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An Essential Growing Guide

An Essential Growing Guide

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If you plan on growing vegetables in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah or Wyoming, let the "Guide to Rocky Mountain Vegetable Gardening" help you avoid problems before they begin.

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Should You Grow Determinate or Indeterminate Tomato Plants?

Should You Grow Determinate or Indeterminate Tomato Plants?

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Among the tons of veggies started this winter, probably the majority of those will be tomato seeds.

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Baskets of Blueberries in Colorado?

Baskets of Blueberries in Colorado?

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Colorado's highly alkaline soil makes growing bunches of blueberries impossible, but help is on the way.

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QUESTION: Onions

QUESTION: Onions

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I live in North Texas and I planted my onion sets 3 weeks ago.  Since then we have had snow and many days in a row under 18 degrees.  The weather has gone and the tops are obviously all...

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Sowing Seeds for Salad in Flats

Sowing Seeds for Salad in Flats

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Although it is only February and I have another month or two of winter here in my zone 7 Maryland garden, today I am sowing seeds in flats to grow salad greens and a few annual herbs in my greenhouse. There is still snow on the ground outside and it is only in the 30s...

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QUESTION: What can I do for the mold growing on top of my starters?

QUESTION: What can I do for the mold growing on top of my starters?

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I purchased one of those "mini greenhouses" with a watering tray below, a mat that soaks up water as they need it, and it had those little dirt growing capsules so all I did was add the seeds and...

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Catalog Review: Park Seed Co.

Catalog Review: Park Seed Co.

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Park Seed Co. remains one of the oldest and widely-respected seed companies in the business.

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Winter Snow

Winter Snow

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A few days ago we had a snowstorm that lasted about two days and left us with a good 12-inches of snow—we had snow, then frozen rain, then sleet and then more snow—with lulls in between. When the precip comes down like this it causes the trees and shrubs to bow down with the heavy weight and many of them snap and crack. Although sometimes it seems brutal, this is one of Mother Nature’s natural ways of pruning.

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How to Share Open-Pollinated and Heirloom Vegetable Seeds

How to Share Open-Pollinated and Heirloom Vegetable Seeds

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You'll find that many people aren't growing heirlooms or open-pollinated veggies simply because they haven't been introduced to them.

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Planting Pricey Produce

Planting Pricey Produce

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Why bust the budget buying expensive or hard-to-find produce when you can grow your own?

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How to Plant by Color

How to Plant by Color

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Gardeners can paint a healthful garden picture by planting a palette of colorful veggies loaded with phytonutrients.

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Remember to Rotate Your Crops

Remember to Rotate Your Crops

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No worries. If you forget to rotate your crops no one will take away your birthday.

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Mid-Winter Musings

Mid-Winter Musings

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For those of us who live in cold climates, we figure out our own ways to get through the winter, until the spring gardening season arrives.

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