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All About Tomatoes

Fruiting crops, including tomatoes, need full sun most of the day for good production of quality fruit.

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Tomato Tips

Follow our easy tips and tricks to grow tomato plants and you'll have plenty of perfect summer tomatoes!

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How to grow huge pumpkins

Most champion pumpkin growers have their own methods and secrets for producing the gigantic pumpkins that win pumpkin contests every year. 

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Lavender

Many gardeners consider lavender a somewhat old-fashioned plant but its wonderful fragrance makes lavender truly a classic.

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Earthworms

Earthworms improve soil conditions through aeration by burrowing in pursuit of food. 

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Thyme

Thymus vulgaris, common thyme is a shrub-like perennial.

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Ornamental Grass

Ornamental Grasses comprise a marvelous group of plants requiring little care. They are not lawn grasses, but rather a group of plants with graceful habits and heights, fine textures and colors that add great beauty and interest to the garden.

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Growing impatiens from seed

Impatiens are moderately difficult to grow from seed, but a little TLC will give satisfying results.

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Don’t cry for me onion peeler! Here are three easy ways to prevent the tears from flowing when peeling, cutting and chopping onions.
    * Refrigerate the onions first. The chill slows down the release of the volatile gases that irritate eye membranes.
    * Peel and cut onions in a basin of cold water. Doing so keeps those eye irritating odors out of harms way.
    * If you are really sensitive try wearing a scuba mask, ski mask, or swimming goggles. It may look goofy, but this is the best way to protect your eyes. By simply preventing the gases from reaching your eyes, you can prepare a bushel of onions without shedding a single tear!