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The End of an old Gardening Year and The Start of a New Gardening Year

It is the final few hours of 2006 and this gardening year has actually been a strange one for me. The summer was hot and long. Some may say that this is a good thing but if you are a gardener then this can be a testing time. The grass was brown and the vegetable slow to develope. Luckly August and Early September gave us some much needy rain. The Read more
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Wind, rain and wreckage. All part of nature and gardening I suppose.

It has actually been a while since I have updated my blog. A lot has actually gone on since my last post and not all of it has actually been good news. The brand-new year started like any other with great anticipation for the coming growing season that lies ahead, but one thing that I did not think would happen would be the event that are about to Read more
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Successful Organic Gardening In Containers

Space can be at a premium, especially these days when apartments and condos are so popular. A simple solution for those wanting to grow at least a few basic herbs and vegetables is to grow in containers. Maybe you don’t have the time to maintain a large vegetable garden, or you have a physical condition that prevents you bending down or Read more
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Organic Options For Fertilising Your Vegetable Garden

By Eric J Smith I have often been asked what is the best organic fertiliser to add to the soil of a vegetable garden. Its not the sort of question that has actually an easy answer, but its not a complicated solution either. There is really no exact answer to a "best" product when it comes to organic nutrients. Organic gardening is more Read more
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Growing Onions. Summer Onions and Winter Onions.

There are two type of bulbing or globe onion. There is the winter onion which is referred to as the Japanese onion and there is the summer or main crop onion. I will start by explaining a little about how to grow the summer onion or main crop onion. Basically this also applies to the winter onion also. You can grow onions either from onion sets Read more
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Insects And Your Garden

by J. Brian Keith Have you ever considered if what you know about Insects And Your Garden is accurate? Consider the following paragraphs and compare what you know to the latest info about Insects And Your Garden. While many types of insects, birds and animals seen in the home are unwanted intruders, others play a vital role in pollinating plants Read more
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Tips on How to Plant Clematis in your Garden

Clematis are a great climbing plant for the garden. There are lots of different types of clematis that can be grown in the United Kingdom. A recent study found that there where 297 species of clematis in existence. The most commonly grown genus of clematis is the Viticella type. These are grown in lots of gardens up the trellis work or growing up Read more
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Watering Tomato Plants in Your Vegetable Garden

Watering your tomato plants is a very important thing to do like with any other plant in your garden they all need watering if there has actually been a dry spell of weather. This applies to the tomato plant also. It is very important to regularly water your tomato plants if you age growing them in a greenhouse because the natural rain water Read more
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Comment on A Flurry of Gardening Events Precede Springtime by Jennifer

Opal told me regarding your site! I will certainly be adding it to my links section and chance to visit often. We chance to do a Rooftop Garden this year Read more
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Comment on Epazote by Leila

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