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Pickling
Pickles dress up everything from sandwiches to salads.  While it
may seem a complex process to transform a cucumber into a pickle, it's
actually relatively easy. Read article
Heirloom Flowers
Heirloom flowers still grace landscapes, from annuals to perennials, shrubs, vines, and bulbs. Read article
Growing Basil
It’s the most popular garden herb, easy to grow, and comes in an incredible selection of colors, shapes and flavors. Watch Video
Fresh Garden Herbs
Anyone can grow fresh gourmet garden herbs in just a small space or container. Watch Video
Geraniums
Geraniums are easy to grow and bring big, vivid color to beds and containers all summer long. Read article
Sweet Peas
One of the most romantic of all flowers is the sweet pea with frilly, butterfly-like blooms and heady fragrance. Read article
Moonlight Garden
It’s easy and enchanting to creat a garden that’s just as fascinating at night as it is from dawn to dusk. Read article
How to plant tomatoes in the garden.
For the best yields follow the tomato planting guidelines in this video. Watch Video
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  • Trees can be safely planted in the fall until about 4 to 6 weeks before the ground freezes. When planting, make sure the hole is at least twice the size of the tree’s root ball. Loosen root ball and spread out roots before planting so roots are encouraged to grow outward. Stake younger trees to withstand winter winds using a loose fabric or piece of rubber hose to avoid injuring bark. Avoid using wire that can cut into the trunk as the tree grows. Add a few inches of mulch around root zone of the tree, but keep mulch at least three or four inches away from the base of the stem to prevent rot. Add some slow-release fertilizer in early spring.