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So long as there is no snow on the ground, you can harvest herbs in your garden. There is nothing more satisfying and simple than snipping off just what you need and enjoying the garden fresh flavor without having to fork out a few bucks per bunch at the market. Herbs are among the easiest plants to grow. I you have a piece of land to plant then, great, but many are actually be even better in a container because their prolific nature can be contained and because you can place them right near your kitchen for quick cooking access. Here is my list of my Top ten 'Can't Live Without' garden herbs. 1) Rosemary Use it fresh or dried, the flavor is fantastic either way.
If you don’t have any garden space or you live in a climate with a short growing season, you can still exercise your green thumb with these indoor plant ideas…a few will even produce fresh produce too!
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Fall-Harvest Vegetable Garden Fresh lettuce, spinach, and peas aren't limited to spring.
When saving seeds from this year’s harvest for next year’s, you’ll find best results with heirloom tomatoes rather than hybrids (hybrids are typically the ones you purchase in grocery stores and regular greenhouse seedlings). Once you make your initial purchase of heirlooms, you’ll be able to do this year after year. Farmers markets are a great place to find them.
Saving tomato seeds in 10 easy steps
If you’d like to get your kiddos interested in gardening, growing strawberries is just the ticket! They bear juicy, red fruit that nearly everyone loves and are pretty easy to manage.
Quite the clever gardening tip here folks! Today’s feature includes tips from three different sources for growing potatoes vertically (in layers) instead of spread out in rows across your garden.
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