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Video Recipe: Green Goodness Soup

Video Recipe: Green Goodness Soup

Try using your wild backyard weeds to make a delicious and healthy seasonal soup.

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Video: How to Harvest Chickweed

Video: How to Harvest Chickweed

There are many delicious wild edibles in our gardens and backyards awaiting harvest. If you are not certain of the plants' identification, use your guidebooks to identify them.

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Video: How to Harvest Dandelion

Video: How to Harvest Dandelion

There are many delicious wild edibles in our gardens and backyards awaiting harvest. If you are not certain of the plants' identification, use your guidebooks to identify them. Here are a few seasonal favorites.

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Prepping Edible Weeds for Cooking

Prepping Edible Weeds for Cooking

Once you have harvested some of your edible weeds, bring them into the kitchen and clean them in order to create a tasty green soup.

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Organic Gardeners Companion Book Review

"Organic Gardener's Companion" Book Review

It is possible to grow an organic vegetable garden in the West. All you need is soil, sun, seeds and Jane Shellenberger’s new book.

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Unique Collaboration Grows in Denver

Unique Collaboration Grows in Denver

Vegetable gardens are sprouting all over the Denver metro area, thanks to a unique collaboration to grow food in city parks.

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Herbs for Tea

Herbs for Tea

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I recently gave a program on herbs to grow for tea. Now would be the time to design a tea party garden or plant tea herbs in containers. See the list below for my favorites.

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Take the Time to Attend Local Garden Events

Take the Time to Attend Local Garden Events

Here I am reporting from the road... If you have a garden show, plant sale or seed swap happening in your area, these are worthwhile events to attend; you can gather ideas, learn new things, network with other like-minded individuals, obtain plants and seeds, not to mention get inspired!

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Growums - Garden Starter Kits For Kids

Growums - Garden Starter Kits For Kids

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Growums gardening kits make it simple for children to start a fun and easy- to-grow vegetable or herb garden.

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This is your LAST chance to win!

This is your LAST chance to win!

There is just one more chance to win a RainPerfect Pump. Don't miss out on this exciting contest!

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Dye Easter Eggs in Natures Hues

Dye Easter Eggs in Nature's Hues

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This year, color your Easter eggs with dyes derived from garden vegetables, berries, coffee, tea, or spices. Learn the method, and get a recipe for a basic egg dye and an onion skin dye.

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Get ready for your THIRD chance to win!

Get ready for your THIRD chance to win!

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We're on week THREE of our exciting contest with RainPerfect Pump. If you haven't won yet...don't worry. You could be the next winner!

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How to Grow Potatoes in a Trash Bag

How to Grow Potatoes in a Trash Bag

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Potatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Even if you don’t have a large garden, you can grow potatoes in a 30-gallon trash bag.

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Are you pumped for your second chance to win a RainPerfect pump?

Are you pumped for your second chance to win a RainPerfect pump?

Ready for the second round of Fine Gardening and RainPerfect Pump's contest? If you didn't win last week, don't be afraid to try again. You could be the lucky winner this week!

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Spring Forward

Spring Forward

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This weekend starts Daylight Saving Time throughout most of the United States. We will set our clocks forward an hour—springing forward. When we awake in the morning it might still be dark for some of us early-morning risers; that part might be challenging for a little while. However, we will have an extra hour of light at the end of the day, which makes most of us gardening types haapppyyy!

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QUESTION: Electric netting to keep out ground squirrels?

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I had a horrible garden summer last year with the rats and squirrels stealing the tomatoes and carrots in my garden.  I was thinking about the electric netting to keep them out.  Any...

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How to Grow Wheatgrass for Easter

How to Grow Wheatgrass for Easter

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A packet of wheatgrass seeds is all you need to grow your own grass for an Easter centerpiece.

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Choosing the Right Tiller for your Home Vegetable Garden

Choosing the Right Tiller for your Home Vegetable Garden

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My dad’s tool of choice for his garden was his trusty pitchfork, which he has since passed on to me. While I love using the pitchfork and digging in the dirt, nothing speeds up cultivating the...

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Using Your Fence for Growing Vertical Vegetables

Using Your Fence for Growing Vertical Vegetables

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Fencing that you already have on your property is fair game as a support for vertical vegetables.

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Are you pumped?

Are you pumped?

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Have you heard about Fine Gardening’s newest contest? It's sure to get you pumped!

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