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Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners is a Great Resource

Vegetable Varieties for Gardeners is a Great Resource

Cornell's "citizen science" Web site offers ratings and growing information for more than 5,000 vegetable varieties.

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Video: Make Pots from Recycled Newspaper!

Video: Make Pots from Recycled Newspaper!

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At my farm, I transplant my veggie seedlings into pots made from old newspapers. It's a great way to save money, and it's so easy to do I have my nine-year-old show you how!

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Seasonal Food from a Monastery Garden

Seasonal Food from a Monastery Garden

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Simplicity reigns, whether it's tending the vegetables, cooking the meals, or preserving the harvest.

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QUESTION: What plants and flowers attract hummingbirds?

QUESTION: What plants and flowers attract hummingbirds?

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what plants and flowers attract hummingbirds?

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Nasturtiums

Nasturtiums

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Want to add a tangy accent to your summer salads? Try growing nasturtium.

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Video: A Simple and Easy Compost Bin

Video: A Simple and Easy Compost Bin

Here is an easy and inexpensive way to make a compost bin.

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Grow Birdhouse Gourds

Grow Birdhouse Gourds

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While you're planting food and flowers in your garden, why not plant a garden craft, as well? Birdhouse gourds or bottle gourds are one of the thick-skinned gourds that are mainly grown for crafts or decoration.

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How to Grow Artichokes

How to Grow Artichokes

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You may be surprised to learn you can grow artichokes just about anywhere, if you choose the right growing technique for your climate.

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Video: Strawberries Are a Great Alternative to a Lawn

Video: Strawberries Are a Great Alternative to a Lawn

Strawberries make a great ground cover that is easy to grow and produces a luscious fruit that goes great with almost any meal.

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Garlic as an Herbal Medicine

Garlic as an Herbal Medicine

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Garlic has a more practical side that you may not be aware of and it just might be the information you need to push you over the proverbial edge to plant some in your garden this year.

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Get an Early Start for Your Spring Garden

Get an Early Start for Your Spring Garden

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Do a little work in the fall to prepare your garden for an early, productive crop in the spring.

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How to Grow Mache (Corn Salad): Springs First Green

How to Grow Mache (Corn Salad): Spring's First Green

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Blissfully simple to grow, this gourmet green will overwinter to grace your table at the start of the season.

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Growing Persimmons

Growing Persimmons

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Mild-climate Asian varieties such as 'Hachiya' and 'Fuyu' have sweet fruits, lovely form, and gorgeous fall color.

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Video: Vertical Gardening

Video: Vertical Gardening

Maximize your growing space!

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Organic and Inorganic Mulches in the Garden

Organic and Inorganic Mulches in the Garden

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Whether you choose organic or inorganic mulch depends on what your growing and personal preference. But all mulches can be counted on for water retention and as weed-suppressors. Less weeding is, quite frankly, what perked my interest in mulches to begin with.

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Beyond Beefsteak Tomatoes: In Search of the Unusual

Beyond Beefsteak Tomatoes: In Search of the Unusual

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Everyone loves beefsteaks, but they don't do all that well for me, so I usually opt for small and midsize offerings.

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How to Grow and Cook with Chervil

How to Grow and Cook with Chervil

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Delicate in flavor, pretty in leaf, chervil likes it cool.

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Strawberry Growing Basics

Strawberry Growing Basics

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After years of attempting to force my palate to conform to the masses, I finally gave up trying to understand why no one else was talking about the little seeds that became embedded in my molars. I realized that maybe the world was silently cringing just like me to get to the sweet nectar of the strawberry.

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Video: My Almost Record Tomato

Video: My Almost Record Tomato

Want to see the biggest tomato I've grown to date? In this video I clip a cluster of heirloom tomatoes including one that nearly tops the Massachusetts state record.

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Quick Berry Sauces

Quick Berry Sauces

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A quick berry sauce may be cooked or uncooked, but either way, it's always just one or two easy steps from freshly picked.

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