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Planting Broccoli
The flavor of garden-fresh broccoli is beyond compare to anything you find in the supermarket. This cool-season favorite is best grown in spring and fall. 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
Growing Pumpkins and Gourds
These fun vegetables are easy to grow in any home garden. For pies and fall decorations every home garden should grow some. Watch Video
Burpee Welcome Home Garden
Burpee recently joined forces with U.S. government officials and organizations to provide the W. Atlee Burpee & Co. Welcome Home Garden to returning veterans and their families. Watch Video
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
Burpee's Historic Fordhook Garden Open
You are Invited! Saturday, August 15, 2015. Burpee Fest – Big Ideas Under A Big Tent.
An American Gardening Rally. View your invitation now. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • The easiest and best place to store excess turnips, parsnips, leeks, onions, carrots and similar root crops is in the garden. They actually become sweeter and tastier after a frost.
    Before the ground freezes, cover the beds with a thick layer of straw or chopped leaves to insulate the soil and keep its temperature even. A sheet of plastic will keep the mulch in place.
    To harvest root crops, simply roll back the plastic, push aside the leaves/straw, and lift the roots from the soil with a spading fork. Replace the covering to keep your "root cellar" insulated all winter. With this method, you could be harvesting sweet carrots and parsnips in January, even if there's snow on the ground!