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Vegetable & Fruit Molds
Create fun shaped vegetables and fruits. Watch Video
Thunderbolt Hybrid Sweet Pepper
HUGE peppers over a foot long with excellent flavor, color and texture. Watch Video
Growing Impatiens
In full or partial shade gardens, impatiens flower like mad from early summer to the first frost. Watch Video
Folding Plant Supports
Grow your best Tomatoes, Peppers and Eggplants by using these folding and stackable plant supports. Watch Video
Building a Raised Bed Garden with Burpee Raised Bed Kits
Anyone can create a perfect raised bed garden with Burpee raised bed supplies. Watch Video
Planting and Growing Peppers
Pepper fanciers can be among the most fanatical of vegetables gardeners. See how easy it is to plant and grow both sweet and hot peppers. Watch Video
Perennial Hosta for Shade Gardens
Hosta are one of the easiest perennials for shade gardens. They grow bigger and better every year. Watch Video
How to Read a Seed Packet
Learn the basics of what information is printed on every seed packet and how useful it all is. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • To quickly apply a layer of mulch across a large vegetable or flowerbed, first cover the plants with empty containers. Pots, boxes, cans, used yogurt containers, bushel baskets, or any other containers will suffice—even garbage cans for larger plants such as freshly planted shrubs and perennials. This way you won't have to worry about smothering the plants with mulch or stepping on them as you spread the mulch in the bed. This also keeps the mulch from piling against the base of each plant, which could result in rot and disease problems. When you're finished applying the mulch, simply remove the containers. Beautiful!