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Grow a 7-foot-tall Vegetable

Grow a 7-foot-tall Vegetable

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What vegetable looks a little like a palm tree, can grow 7-feet tall in one season, and has a stem so strong it can be used as a baseball bat?

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Gardeners Unite Against Hunger

Gardeners Unite Against Hunger

The Plant a Row for the Hungry campaign is in its 16th year of asking gardeners to grow extra produce to help feed the hungry in their communities.

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A Cool New Idea in Plant Protector Design

A Cool New Idea in Plant Protector Design

Gardeners who want to extend their growing season in cool climates can benefit from an effective new plant protector design.

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QUESTION: Peach Tree Woes

QUESTION: Peach Tree Woes

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Can anyone help and tell us what we can use to keep the bugs and ants off our tree. We planted a beautiful tree earlier this spring and it was growing great; it even has seven peaches on...

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Free Fertilizers Within Reach

Free Fertilizers Within Reach

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Banana peels, used coffee grounds, and eggshell tea make for some free fertilizers that plants really love.

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Will You Grow Up? A Trellis Can Help

Will You Grow Up? A Trellis Can Help

When the need for more garden space arises, trellises certainly meet the challenge.

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Victory Never Gets Old

Victory Never Gets Old

The Victory Gardens, located in the Fenway area of Boston, provide a glimpse into gardens of the past, present, and future.

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Edible Places in Vertical Spaces

Edible Places in Vertical Spaces

If you’re looking for an easy way to expand your vegetable growing options, just Garden Up!

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High-tech Vegetable Gardening

High-tech Vegetable Gardening

Technology is worming its way into the veggie bed giving gardeners new ways to connect.

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Brewing Your Own Vermicompost Tea

Brewing Your Own Vermicompost Tea

Vermicompost tea is simple to make and has multiple benefits to your plants.

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Pruning and Grafting Workshops with Lee Reich

Pruning and Grafting Workshops with Lee Reich

Lee Reich, author of The Pruning Book, is offering two hands-on workshops in April at his home in New York's Hudson Valley. Space is limited, so pre-registration is necessary. Register by sending a check to...

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QUESTION: When can I start a winter garden in San Diego?

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Recently moved into a new home with small-med sized yard and will be putting in some raised beds but probably not till mid summer after we get the inside of the home finished. Will that be in time to...

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Whats In YOUR Bucket?

What's In YOUR Bucket?

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A good bucket (or two, or three) can be a loyal friend in the garden tool department.

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Vegetables Can Break Your Heart

Vegetables Can Break Your Heart

Survey results of 1300 new vegetable gardeners show that despite the hard work and environmental challenges, 91 percent plan to keep on gardening.

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Inside View for You

Inside View for You

The Root-Vue Farm is a laboratory that lets little (and big) gardeners see what grows on beneath the garden soil.

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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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DIY PVC Grow Light Stand

DIY PVC Grow Light Stand

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Here's a grow light stand your seedlings and wallet will appreciate.

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Wood: Warming Winter Work

Wood: Warming Winter Work

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During the winter, when we can’t garden outside, there is another task that requires constant diligence: firewood. I think of cutting, gathering, loading, unloading, stacking, as well as keeping the fire in the stove going, as a kind of winter gardening. It requires about the same amount of outdoor work...

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Worms for Christmas?  Sounds good to me!

Worms for Christmas? Sounds good to me!

If there's one thing every gardener needs for successful vegetable growing, it's good rich soil.  Soil is the key to healthy and productive plants, and I am finally realizing that as much effort...

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