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Short Season Herb Gardening
Tips for growing herbs in a short season. Read article
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
Short Season Vegetable Gardening
Extending the growing season. Read article
Growing Hops
Vigorous, reliable and easy to grow perennial vines. Read article
Frost Protection for Early Planting
The start of the gardening season revolves around when the last frost occurs. Read article
Start Your Garden with Cool Season Vegetables
Extending the season with cool weather vegetables will keep your dinner table full of fresh nutritious vegetables for at least a few weeks longer. Read article
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  • If there is poison ivy on your property, late summer is an ideal time to treat it with a herbicide. The full-grown leaves of mature plants provide lots of surface for the spray to adhere for the maximum effect. Spray poison ivy before the plants have berries; otherwise birds will carry, drop and spread the nuisance.
    Use a non-selective herbicide such as Roundup, but be aware it will kill any plant the spray may contact. Spray on a windless day and follow all the directions on the product label carefully. Allow 10 days for signs of success. Very woody poison ivy vines may need a second spraying.