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Sustainable Vegetable Gardening
Feeling good is part of the harvest. Read article
Paw Paw Fruit
What exactly is a paw paw? Read article
International Cuisine Gardens
All it takes is the right ingredients growing in your garden. Read article
Rain Barrels make watering easy and economical
An inexpensive way to conserve water. Read article
Tomato Diseases- part 1
In this video we cover: Septoria, Blossom End Rot and Early Blight diseases. Watch Video
Zinnias
It’s easy to grow these bright, vibrant annual flowers in any sunny spot. Watch Video
Gardening With Pets
Make the pet-in-the-garden experience even more special! Read article
A gardener’s workbench
Every gardener needs a place where gardening projects can be marshaled. Read article
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • While most seeds need to be ‘in the dark’ to germinate, that is covered with starting medium indoors or soil outdoors, there are some that require light to germinate and should not be covered. The best resource is the information given on the seed packet. Listed are some of the most common light-loving seeds.

    • Celery
    • Garden Cress
    • Lettuce
    • Mustard
    • Ageratum
    • Begonia
    • Browalia
    • Coleus
    • Columbine
    • Foxglove
    • Impatiens
    • Lobelia
    • Petunia
    • Poppy
    • Primrose
    • Rose Moss
    • Shasta Daisy
    • Snapdragon
    • Strawflower