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organic gardening basics

Organic Gardening Basics

Many people know that an organic garden is one that doesn’t use chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Because of this, organic vegetables are better for you and also tend to taste better as well. However, before you switch your garden over from a fertilizer and pesticide friendly one to a fully organic one, there are a […]

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mid summer vegetables

Vegetables to Plant Mid-Summer

Everyone knows that spring is the main planting season. Once the first frost ends, the majority of vegetables are planted in your garden for harvest later on in the growing season. However, there are some vegetables that cannot tolerate frost, but manage to do well in hot summer temperatures. These vegetables can be planted mid-summer […]

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Garden Tools

4 Necessary Gardening Tools

A good gardener is always prepared. While you can anticipate needing to do things like planting and harvesting crops, you never know what else might pop up. With that said, gardening requires a number of different things. You need to have the space to plant crops, or at least enough room to grow them in […]

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Two jars of pickled food

Can You Pickle That?

There is more to a jar of pickles than some dill and a batch of small cucumbers. In fact, you can pickle just about everything that you grew in your summertime garden. Things like beets, green beans, and sliced peaches can all be pickled and canned, making this an easy way to store fruits and […]

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What Can Be Done in the Garden During the Winter?

Once the last autumn harvest is complete and the temperatures start dropping, you may think that your gardening work is done for the year. However, that’s not quite the case. There are plenty of things to accomplish before the snow starts flying, including the items on this handy list: 1) Clean up your garden. Removing […]

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