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Extending the season with frost protection
Getting the most out of your garden. Read article
Growing Herbs Indoors
Having fresh herbs on your windowsill means you’re ready for anything winter can throw at you. Read article
Wall-O-Water Tomato Protectors
Plant and harvest tomatoes up to one month earlier! These unique protectors harness the thermal properties of the sun to keep tomato plants warm and growing in early spring. Watch Video
Fall Planted Fruits
Fall is an ideal time to plant fruit plants. Plants will establish strong root systems and get a jump on spring growth. Watch Video
Sustainable Vegetable Gardening
Feeling good is part of the harvest. Read article
Paw Paw Fruit
What exactly is a paw paw? Read article
Tomato Diseases- part 1
In this video we cover: Septoria, Blossom End Rot and Early Blight diseases. Watch Video
International Cuisine Gardens
All it takes is the right ingredients growing in your garden. Read article
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  • It's worth the effort it takes to rig supports at planting time for the tall garden plants. Relatively self-reliant standbys such as hollyhocks, cleome, cosmos, and sunflowers are still vulnerable to gusty winds, heavy summer downpours, running kids and dogs or stray flying objects like soccer balls. Tie single-stemmed plants individually. Use green bamboo stakes or equally sturdy sticks long enough to be within six inches of the mature height of the plant after being sunk in the ground 10 or 12 inches. Fasten the stem to the stake with unobtrusive green string or plant ties wrapped first around the stake, then loosely around the stem then back to the stake.