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Harvesting Garden Seeds

Have you ever wondered how to harvest seeds from your favorite plants?  Having an ample supply of seeds for your garden can be invaluable when you start your garden the following year.   Harvesting .
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Amazing Asters

As fall approaches and your garden slowly starts to die down and fade away, think of how lovely your garden would be to look out at if it were planted with amazing asters.   Asters are an easy ..
(August 12, 2008)
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How to Grow Asters

The Aster flower is an easily grown sun loving perennial. It comes in a variety of colors and shapes. If you already have asters then you that they are easily grown from divisions, this is simply ..
(August 12, 2008)
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Maintaining Your Annual Garden

A garden that is a showplace of beauty and color is a garden that you have been maintaining to keep it that way. Watering, Weed Control, Fertilizing, Staking and Pruning (if needed) are the key ..
(June 21, 2008)
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Planting a Fall Garden

The month of June has gone by and we can look forward to the hot humid days of July. July is considered to be the perfect time to start preparing to plant your Fall Gardens. Remember it is July, so ..
(July 13, 2008)
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Colorful Fall Flower Gardens

For an extremely beautiful and colorful Fall Flower Garden try planting Pansies. Pansies will give you a huge display of every color in a rainbow for your fall flower garden. In some of the warmer ..
(July 24, 2008)
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Flowering Fall Mums

One of the most popular plants for a fall season of garden is the mum. Flowering fall mums are often called Hardy Mums partly because they are winter hardy and not difficult to grow and also require ..
(July 31, 2008)
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Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardens

When planting a garden for a fall or winter crop, keep in mind that the cooler days of autumn often give vegetables a better flavor than those of spring and summer. Some are even able to be left in ..
(July 13, 2008)
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Tips on Growing Roses, Beautiful Roses

There is no magical Green Thumb needed when it comes to growing roses, beautiful roses. Roses love water and a regular fertilizer feeding so keep these two factors in mind and your reward will be ..
(April 12, 2008)
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Most Common Rose Diseases & Treatments

There are three common ailments that roses are susceptible to: Rose rust, Powdery or Downey Mildew and Black Spot all of which are known as fungal infections. They are easily treated with fungicides ..
(April 18, 2008)
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Proper Watering Techniques For Your Garden

Healthy plants are made up pf nearly 90% water, therefore proper watering techniques for adequate soil moisture is essential for their growth and careful watering is vital to the plants function for ..
(March 26, 2008)
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Gardening Topsoil

What is Topsoil? It is the soil at the surface of the earth which has the most organic matter in it and is comprised of sand, clay particles and humus, the three basic groups of organic matter. ..
(March 02, 2008)
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How to Plant A Garden

Before you start planting a garden make sure you have well prepared the soil. By this I mean have you loosened the soil by hand or with a tiller to allow for the aeration? Have you softened your soil .
(March 08, 2008)
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Left Hand Garden Tools

While gardening is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable hobbies a person could have, working your garden can sometimes become awkward and dangerous if you are left- handed. A right handed person ..
(January 07, 2008)
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