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Books: White House Veg Garden

As a former reporter at the White House, I was absolutely thrilled when First Lady Michelle Obama decided to install a vegetable garden on the South Lawn in 2009. Since then, it has produced edibles for formal lunches, State Dinners, and for the Obam...
by Garden Design Online on May 31, 2012

Vegetable Gardening in Raised Beds & Containers

Well it seems like overnight our part of the world has come to life. It's still chilly with a constant threat of rain, snow and frost, but it's slowly turning to summer. And I'm so relieved.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website f...
by A Pretty Life in the Suburbs on May 28, 2012

where grow tomato's ....

i was out in our rental properties tiny little veggie patch yesterday and my heart sighed -- tomato's.  and i thot .... where there grow tomato's .... there grows hope. now .... if you follow me at all you will know that i love all things tomat...
by Choosing Simplicity on May 10, 2012

How To Succeed In The Organic Container Vegetable Gardening

Container vegetable gardening is the answer to your gardening desires. You can be a backyard gardener and harvest your own crops even if you don’t have a backyard. Land is optional. All you really need is a doorstep, a balcony, or a patio.When...
by DIYonHome on Apr 28, 2012

progress

the beds will hopefully be finished today.. .. conveniently it’s Saturday and the Ann Arbor Farmers’ Market was hoppin’.. we stopped by after breakfast with J at the hospital and nearly bought two of everything from Frog Holler Orga...
by TELLINGTHEBEES on Apr 14, 2012

Beginner Vegetable Farming Suggestions

However be sincere, arearen’t there times when you fancy it was easier? These vegetable gardening tips will certainly make your small garden work more simple, save cash and provide you the useful advice you are able to make use of for additiona...
by Free Articles Directory on Mar 3, 2012

Books: Herbs & Veg

An updated version (8th) of this classic book by John Jeavons, director of Ecology Action. So ... no chemicals needed, folks. And the premise is that you can grow more on less land than you can possibly imagine. It's all in How to Grow More Vegetable...
by Garden Design Online on Mar 1, 2012

Ready, Set...Grow!

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by Growing Green(er) Days on Feb 28, 2012

Sun Sugar Tomato Plant

Delicious, sweet and just the right size to eat fresh off of the vine; add a few Sun Sugar tomato plants to your garden this year! Sun Sugar consistently wins Tomato "Taste-offs" at farmers markets, even beating Brandywine and other popular heirlooms...
by Stargazer Perennials on Feb 12, 2012

Black Krim Heirloom Tomato Plants

Black Krim Heirloom Tomato (also known as Black Crim) supposedly originated on the Isle of Krim in the Black Sea off the coast of Crimea in the former Soviet Union. Beautiful, exotic 3-4" reddish-purple beefsteak-type fruits are rich in flavor, somew...
by Farm Fresh Living on Feb 12, 2012

Fire at River Cottage HQ destroys barn

A fire last night has gutted the events barn at...
by Landscape Juice on Feb 8, 2012

Books: Non-stop Vegetable Gardening

I couldn't imagine another book on vegetable gardening that would be more useful than the last one I really liked, but this an exception. In The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live (Store...
by Garden Design Online on Jan 31, 2012

Overlooked Yet Helpful Guide To A Newbies Facts On Planting Vegetable Gardens

What You Haven’t Being Told About A Newbies Guide To Planting Vegetable Gardens Planting a vegetable garden can be quite fulfilling since you grow your personal food as well as keep in shape while you tend your garden. Nowadays, it … Cont...

What's happening in our Southern California vegetable garden in July!

Hello friends! After moving to the city of Irvine which has a pleasant Zone 9b growing climate, we were excited to start our vegetable growing experience. Here are the highlights of what the garden looks like in July! 1. Watermelons: The waterme...
by California Gardening Blog on Aug 16, 2011

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by MyGardenSchool on Jan 20, 2011

Home Vegetable Gardening Requisites

It is well to dispose once the site for the home vegetable garden and for all of the ugly spot in the home surroundings.If thoughtfully planned, carefully planted and thoroughly cared for, it may be made a beautiful and harmonious feature.  Expo...
by TouuchTel on Jan 9, 2011

Planting Broad Beans Now

As broad beans are frost hardy, it’s easy to grow them through the winter, either outside or under the cover of a garden frame. So I’m giving it a go planting them now. I don’t have an enormous amount of space for them in the rather...
by MyGardenSchool on Nov 21, 2010

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At MyGardenSchool we pride ourselves on pioneering and being ahead of the game on the latest educational thinking and techniques. We’re designing our courses to help people enjoy as well as absorb fascinating information about horticulture and...
by MyGardenSchool on Nov 5, 2010


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