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Eat Fresh from the Garden
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Make seed paper that you can plant
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Keeping a Garden Journal
Starting Seeds in a Jar
Project: Germinate Where?
Make a Peanut Butter Bird Feeder
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Order bare-root roses now for planting from mid to late fall. When the plants arrive, select a spot where the soil is well drained and add lots of organic matter such as compost, leaf humus and peat moss to the soil before planting. Spread out roots in the planting hole, fill with soil, and water well. Mound up mulch around base of roses for added winter protection and continue watering until the ground freezes.