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Garlic

Garlic is a member of the allium family. It is an ancient bulbous vegetable. Garlic is easy to grow and requires very little space in the garden.

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Growing Impatiens as House Plants

With a little extra care, Impatiens listed by Burpee can be grown successfully as house plants throughout the year.

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Growing Onions from Seed

Onion seed of both white and yellow varieties, can be sown indoors in flats, early in the spring. 

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All About Pansies

Recommended for beginning gardeners.  Especially when purchased as bedding plants, pansies are very easy to grow and require only a minimum of care to provide a very long flowering season.

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All About Spinach

Spinach is one of the few vegetables with beets and chard that prefers a neutral to alkaline soil (pH 7.0 or above).

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All About Raspberries


Raspberries need full sun, well-drained soil with a pH between 5.8-6.5, good air circulation, and protection from strong winds.

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All About Marigolds

Marigolds are incredibly easy-going and reliable under a wide range of growing conditions. Once planted, marigolds grow rapidly with no fuss.

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All About Sunflowers

Sunflowers grow best in locations with full sun. They are remarkably tough and will grow in any kind of soil as long as it is not waterlogged.

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Before the first frost wipes out your pepper plants, select one or two, if you have the space, to dig up and place in large containers to bring indoors.
    Small, compact plants like 'Thai Dragon' hot pepper transplant well. Prune the plant slightly, remove it from the garden with most of the root ball intact, and place it in a pot with fresh potting soil. Offer the plant a window with a southern exposure. If you hand-pollinate blossoms with a small brush, the plants will continue to produce peppers through the winter!