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Time To Start Seeds Inside

Very soon it will be time to get back in the garden, but until then, you can satisfy the urge by starting seeds in the house or apartment etc. Here are a few simple steps to get you started. Select your seeds from your local or garden center, or if you prefer, it’s...

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Clean Your Gardening Tools

Whether you spend 5 hours a month, or 5 hours a day gardening, tools are necessary to help us perform the tasks that gardening requires. As the weather begins to warm, and the planting season is just ahead, this is a great time to take a look at your shovels, rakes,...

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Growing Herbs in The House

Growing Herbs in The House

A great way to enjoy fresh herbs throughout the winter months is to grow them yourself. They are not only nutritious, but they freshen the air and smell great throughout the house. Simply pick out your favorites and place them in a small (4” or so) pot using EKO...

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Easy Indoor Garden

Easy Indoor Garden

Remember when terrariums were all the rage? If you’re under 35 probably not. Well, in either case their popularity is on the rise again.  They are fun, and easy projects to make and maintain. They require little water because of their enclosed nature, and they...

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Something to Do in The Winter

Something to Do in The Winter

If you’re restless on a nice winter day and want to get outside and get some exercise, take some time and clean up your vegetable garden or perennial beds. Be sure to clean out any debris (like leaves) that could be blocking water from penetrating in to the soil. Its...

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Water in The Winter?

Water in The Winter?

During our normal dry periods in the winter months, be sure to get out and hand- water trees, shrubs, roses and perennials. Pick a day when the air temperature is moderate, when the ground is free from snow, and the soil is not frozen to give your plants the necessary...

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To Mulch Or Not To Mulch, That Is The Question

To Mulch Or Not To Mulch, That Is The Question

Most turf experts agree that mulching your lawn grass is a good idea, but there are a few considerations that come in to play; The most efficient way to mulch is of course with a mower that is made for the job. They typically have dual blades which reduces the cut...

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Tips For Winterizing the Garden

With the first freeze of the year fast approaching, it’s time to begin to prepare for next season. Once your plants are removed from the garden and the area has cleared of debris, apply a couple inches of EKO or Nature’s Yield Compost and turn it in to your existing...

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Start Planning Next Year’s Veggie Garden

When the final harvest of the year is complete, and the plants are pulled out of the garden it’s a good time to think about your successes and maybe some things you wish you had done differently. It’s also a great time order seed catalogues, which have long been the...

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