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Burpee Garden Holiday
Watch a preview of all the great gift ideas for all the gardeners on your holiday list. Watch Video
NEW 2013 Introductions
Watch this preview of some of our favorite new introductions for 2013. Discover the world’s largest sauce tomato, a sweet corn that can grow in containers and more! Watch Video
Asian Greens
These gourmet favorites are easy to grow in the cool of spring and fall. In this video we cover Pak Choi, Chinese Cabbage, Mizuna and Tatsio. Watch Video
Using Seed Tapes
Seed tapes make sowing and spacing of seeds a snap. Watch how easy it is to plant with Burpee Seed Tapes. Watch Video
Artichokes
Artichokes are easy to grow and are a gourmet treat. Watch Video
Tomato Diseases- part 2
In this video we cover: Bacterial speck & spot, fruit cracking, and stink bug damage. Watch Video
Garden Time Planner by Burpee
The perfect tool to help gardeners know when to sow, transplant and expect to harvest vegetables and herbs specific to their garden region. Watch Video
Healing Hands Lettuce
Takes the guesswork out of creating health-giving salad mixes, with four expertly chosen varieties combined in a single easy-sowing pellet. Packed with 20% more lutein and 30% more beta-carotene than the average salad mix. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • If you received a flowering amaryllis plant for the holidays, you can make it bloom again next year around the holiday time.

    After the flowers fade, cut just the flower stalk to about 2 inches above the soil level. Continue watering when soil becomes dry. Regularly fertilize the plant with a houseplant formula such as 5-5-5 or 5-10-5 following directions on the fertilizer package. After about six months of allowing the foliage to grow, stop fertilizing and begin to reduce watering over a 2- to 3-week period. After this period, stop watering. Eliminating water and fertilizer allows the bulb to enter a dormant or resting phase. Move the pot to a dry, cool (50 to 60 degrees F.) room that has good ventilation for 2 to 3 months.

    Sometime in early November, move the pot to a bright, warm spot and renew watering. In anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks, the amaryllis should flower again.