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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 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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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • During the winter, there are few flowering plants as strikingly attractive as cyclamens. Most people discard the plants when flowering halts, unaware that cyclamens can be rejuvenated to bloom again next winter and perhaps for several winters to come!
    Although subsequent blooms rarely match the first blossoming, the plants are easy to pamper and well worth saving, if only for their attractive foliage.

    When blooming has stopped and the foliage begins to yellow, place the pots on their sides in a cool, shady area, preferably a garage or garden shed. The old foliage will eventually fall off. Keep the soil barely moist to keep the corms alive. Near the end of summer or early fall, new growth will appear. Repot the corms a slightly larger pot with fresh soil, setting them at the same depth they had been in the original pot. Move the pots indoors and start watering and feeding on the same schedule as other houseplants. With luck, you’ll have wonderful winter flowers just in time for the holidays.