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Top 10 Tomato Solutions
As summer heats up, vegetable gardeners wait anxiously for the first tomatoes to ripen, sun-warmed and sweet.  Learn how to improve your success rate and yield. Read article
Composting
Composting is the best way to improve soil and create a perfect home, teeming with life, for the roots of your plants.  Learn how to compost... Read article
Watering Your Garden
Watering seems simple, but actually takes a little finesse to do properly. Read article
Hardening Off Your Seedlings
Moving is one of life’s most stressful events.  Learn how to simplify the the moving process when dividing your perennials. Read article
How To's
Learn the tips and tricks for how to grow your vegetables, flowers, perennials, herbs, fruits and more. Read article
Growing Beans - Pole or Bush
Direct sow pole or bush bean seeds for an abundant harvest. Read article
Planting Border Perennials

There are a mind-boggling selection of sizes, colors, forms, and seasons of blooms to choose from with Burpee's selection of Border Perennials.

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Growing Backyard Berries

Unlike vegetables, you plant berries once and year after year they return like old friends.

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • If you grow fruit trees and find suckers sprouting from the rootstock of the trees, there are two ways to control them.

    It is not uncommon for grafted fruit trees to produce this unwanted and unproductive growth. Several factors increase the occurrence of this problem and include drought stress, nutrient deficiency or damage to the main trunk.

    Root suckers can be removed with a sharp pair of pruners. There is also a chemical control that uses the plant growth regulator NAA (naphthaleneactic acid). Apply following label directions when suckers are less than a foot tall in the spring. The control lasts for several months.