Q. Mike: I would like to start my first vegetable garden next year. Is there any
particular info I need to get started? Our Winters are fairly mild; Summers hot and
Starting a vegetable garden? Dream big, but start small and expand as you gain
experience. Raised beds make efficient use of space and keep maintenance to ...
Starting a vegetable garden at home is an easy way to save money -- that $2
tomato plant can easily provide you with 10 pounds of fruit over the course of a ...
Whether your green thumb is itching to plant tomatoes or hydrangeas, you need
to do a little handiwork before you start. Here's what you need to know -- and do.
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I am not waiting any longer. To save myself from heartache, there are seeds that can be planted now and still manage to survive the dips in temps that will certainly be on the way. Check out the latest article:
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You can mix any of the above -- after all, it's your garden. Just one bit of advice:
Start small. 'Tis better to succeed just a little, than to fail grandly. 2. Pick a place.
A little planning goes a long way, when starting a garden. Here's some guidance
for deciding where to put it, what you'll need, where to begin and what to plant.
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Mar 9, 2012 ... Learn how to start a vegetable garden from scratch. Fear not! Anyone can grow
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New gardener Reed Davis chronicles each step, misstep, and big juicy victory as
he turns a small patch of soil into a bountiful raised-bed vegetable garden.