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Garden Tools – Care and Storage

October 7, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planning,Garden Tools | If you’re going to spend the money on the proper tools for your garden, you will certainly want to make sure and take excellent care of them while they’re actively being used, and properly clean and store them while they are not. A small Read more
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Provide Your Family With Fresh Food With Organic Gardening

One of the most sensible ways to improve your diet is through organic gardening. It does require some effort, in order to grow, though. Knowing this might make you ponder where you should start and what aspects of organic gardening are most important. Think about planting your seeds in indoor pots and then transplanting them to your garden once Read more
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Gardening Tricks That Can Work For Anyone!

There is a lot of information you need to learn if you want to achieve your goal of having a thriving garden full of beautiful, colorful, blossoming plants. Gardening does require labor and effort, but at the same time, gardening can also be fun. Try these hints to bring the fun out in gardening. If you want to keep your garden free of pests, Read more
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Growing Crops: Artichokes

Growing Crops: Artichokes October 4, 2014 | By WAH In Container Gardening,Garden Planting,Grow Your Own,Growing Vegetables | Artichokes, also called Globe Artichokes, can be grown as an annual or a perennial (ideally as part of an edible landscape feature), depending on how much space you Read more
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A Day At The Fair

By Renee Shepherd Several weeks ago webmaster Sue, her husband Bill and I spent a wonderful day at the Western Washington State Fair in Puyallup. Here are some shots of all the various exhibits; a kind of “Where’s Waldo” arrangement showing highlights of our day. I particularly loved all the vegetable and flower displays (of course) as well Read more
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The Mother Earth News Fair Returns to Pennsylvania

The 2014 Mother Earth News Fair that took place in Seven Springs, PA a couple weekends ago was a great event and I walked away with many new ideas and techniques to try out in the garden and to share with you here on the Veggie Gardening Tips website! Normally the downside of a fall gardening event is that you’re inspired to grow and enthused Read more
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Garden Seeds – Planting Outdoors

October 1, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planting | Seeds need properly prepared soil, moisture, plenty of air, and mild temperatures (at least 45 degrees F) in order to grow. Presuming you have double-tilled – and hopefully raised – your garden bed, removed chunks of debris, and smoothed the soil Read more
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Get A Better Garden With These Sensible Gardening Tips!

You can grow your own healthy, delicious food in your yard if you learn how to garden. What could be better than making a salad from the vegetables in your garden? This article will provide great tips for gardening that will help you enjoy it. In order not to shock your plants, you have to gradually accustom them to the change of temperature and Read more
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Growing Crops: Cherries

Growing Crops: Cherries September 28, 2014 | By WAH In Container Gardening,Garden Planting,Grow Your Own,Growing Fruit | Cherry propagation, like that of apples, is done by grafting different varieties onto specific rootstocks that will determine how they grow. Cherries are susceptible to Read more
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Seeds, Shade And Other Perfect Gardening Ideas

An organic garden can be an essential part of a healthy diet, but understanding it and buying the right equipment can be tricky. You also have a wide variety of seeds that you can select from. The following tips should help you learn what things to get to grow an amazing organic garden. If you work with clay soil, you have probably found using a Read more
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