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Aloe Vera, a popular cactus-like succulent, is one of the most useful medicinal plants and is very easy to grow. Continue reading → The post Aloe Vera: Growing, Propagation, Medicinal Uses...
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Growing a garden in an urban landscape is possible — you just need to know what planting zone you’re in. Continue reading → The post 6 Tips for Growing Gardens In Urban Landscapes appeared...
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How much fertilizer you should add to your vegetable garden depends on the soil's natural fertility, the amount of organic matter in the soil, the type of fertilizer being added and the crop being...
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Online, there are 1 million-plus recommendations on using coffee grounds in your garden to repel cats, boost soil nutrients and bacteria, attract earthworms, kill slugs, prevent weeds, aerate soil...
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Synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, and insecticides are detrimental to your garden and the environment. As a conscientious gardener, you also need to conserve water, learn about companion plants, and...
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The benefits of garden tellises are many: save space, make vegetables and fruit easier to harvest, decrease the chances of disease, better ability to monitor pests and disease, bigger crop yields per...
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A podcast of my appearance on The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Show with Joe and Holly Baird, WNOV in Milwaukee. We talked about lots of gardening subjects, and a little about my book Homegrown...
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Big Blog Of Gardening An olla is a terra cotta clay pot that is buried neck deep in a garden, raised bed or container. The unglazed clay pot is filled with water and plants are planted around it....
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Big Blog Of Gardening Visionary Landscapes, by Kendall H. Brown, features 5 masters of Japanese gardening: Hoichi Kurisu, Takeo Uesugi, David Slawson, Shin Abe and Marc Peter Keane. Each designer...
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Big Blog Of Gardening Jeff Lowenfels, the author of Teaming with Nutrients and Teaming with Microbes, has delivered his 3rd book in the Teaming trilogy series, Teaming with Fungi. And it's a very...
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