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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Dreaming of this summer when I will have 5 times as many planted as last year.
WOW I DID NOT KNOW ANY OF THIS.. AWESOME. The Amazing Cucumber This information was in The New York Times several weeks ago as part of their “Spotlight on the Home” series that highlighted creative and fanciful ways to … Continue reading
Container gardening Most people think of a garden as a large plot of ground with vegetables neatly arranged in rows. However, many people live in areas where a garden plot is not desirable or possible. With the increasing popularity of … Continue reading
Plant Selection For container gardens, choose vegetable varieties that stay small. Obviously, a giant squash or pumpkin plant may spread more than ten feet and may not be the best candidate for a patio planting. Smaller plants such as … Continue reading
What can go next to what in the garden. Great tool from Square Foot Gardening. companion_planting_color
Pic of Rib Mountain 4 miles from the homestead. Glorious Sunny Day!