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HOW TO GROW HERBS INDOORS

  How to Grow Herbs Indoors Herbs are sun worshipers for the most part. As expatriates of the Mediterranean region, most flavorful herbs…

Started by Daddieo

1 Sep 23, 2011
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HOW TO CONTROL POISON IVY

  There is no weed harder to control than poison ivy. Not only does it spread and resist repeated attempts to spray it, dig it, or mow it i…

Started by Daddieo

0 Aug 26, 2011

EDIBLE OF THE MONTH: CANTALOUPE

  Edible of the Month: Cantaloupe There's nothing sweeter and juicier than a vine ripened cantaloupe picked fresh from your garden on a w…

Started by Daddieo

0 Aug 26, 2011

PRESERVING THE FRUIT HARVEST

  Preserving the Fruit Harvest Soft berries such as blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries are best frozen in single layers so indivi…

Started by Daddieo

0 Aug 26, 2011

CONTROLLING BIRDS IN THE BERRIES!!

    How to: Control Birds in the Berry Patch Netting is a good option to keep birds off your berry bushes. Consider building a structure…

Started by Daddieo

0 Jul 11, 2011

EDIBLE OF THE MONTH: MINT

    Edible of the Month: Mint Peppermint is a widely grown mint that tastes great in drinks and foods. However, it's aggressive and needs…

Started by Daddieo

0 Jul 11, 2011

GROWING CITRUS IN A CONTAINER

  For the most part, the areas where home gardeners plant the citrus trees are the same areas where citrus is grown commercially. But if s…

Started by Daddieo

1 Jul 6, 2011
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SMALL BERRIES 101

The most popular berries among gardeners are the same ones that still come to market: strawberries, blueberries and, occasionally, red rasp…

Started by Daddieo

0 Jul 4, 2011

GROWING A PINEAPPLE...Fun and Fruitful!

  Planting a pineapple Pineapple is grown from planting material supplied by the plant itself. Use the crown (the leafy top) of the fruit…

Started by Daddieo

0 Jun 26, 2011

ASIAN GREENS...GREAT FOR YOU AND YOUR GARDEN!

    Great Asian Greens Purple leaved baby Asian greens make an attractive and spicy addition to salad mixes. Mizuna grows quickly from se…

Started by Daddieo

0 Jun 10, 2011

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