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Grow Your Own Figs
Versatile and delicious. Read article
Burpee Welcome Home Garden
Burpee recently joined forces with U.S. government officials and organizations to provide the W. Atlee Burpee & Co. Welcome Home Garden to returning veterans and their families. Watch Video
Burpee Garden Holiday
Watch a preview of all the great gift ideas for all the gardeners on your holiday list. Watch Video
NEW 2013 Introductions
Watch this preview of some of our favorite new introductions for 2013. Discover the world’s largest sauce tomato, a sweet corn that can grow in containers and more! Watch Video
Where have all the flowers gone?
an article by George Ball Read article
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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Flower Prints
Decorate an Upcycled Plastic Bottle Planter
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  • Veteran gardeners often claim a drop of mineral oil placed on the end of a developing ear of corn will discourage earworms. But Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) sprinkled on the emerging corn silk is more effective. The best way to avoid earworms altogether is by planting a short-season variety like ‘Early and Often’ or ‘Early Choice’ as early as possible. Earworms usually cause the most damage in late summer. So, if you can harvest early, the corn will be on the dinner table long before the earworms have a chance to damage the crop.