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Best Direct-Sow Seeds

Some gardeners are a little intimidated by the thought of starting plants from seeds indoors under lights. But that doesn’t mean they can’t grow their own plants from seed.

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Win the Race for the First Ripe Tomato
Tips for winning the race! Read article
Growing Bluberries in Containers
Blueberry plants are nature’s little factory of beauty and nutrition. Read article
Asian Greens
These gourmet favorites are easy to grow in the cool of spring and fall. In this video we cover Pak Choi, Chinese Cabbage, Mizuna and Tatsio. Watch Video
Elderberries
Jams, jellies, and elderberry pie. Read article
Dog-Friendly Gardening
Dog-friendly landscaping keeps everybody happy. Read article
Rutabaga
Rooting for rutabagas. Read article
Pomegranate
As decorative as they are delicious. Read article
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  • Potting healthy plants in dirty containers invites disease pathogens. Scrub used pots inside and outside with a soft brush using a solution of mild dish washing detergent and warm water. Place small plastic pots on the top shelf of the dishwasher for an even more thorough cleaning. Remove the crusty residues from fertilizer salts by wetting them with vinegar and scrubbing with a stiff brush.

    To clean stained and moldy terra-cotta pots simply soak them in a solution of 1 part household bleach to 9 parts water for a few minutes. Air-dry and rinse in clean water.
    To clean pots containing plants, cover the plant with a paper or plastic bag. Spray the bleach solution on outer pot surfaces rather than dipping it. Allow to dry and then rinse. Scrub stubborn spots gently with a vegetable brush while rinsing.