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Burpee Eco-friendly Seed Starting Mix
The easy and eco-friendly way to start seeds indoors. Specially formulated to grow strong, healthy plants. Watch Video
Tomatoes- Determinate and Indeterminate Types
There are two types of growing habits for tomatoes- Determinate and Indeterminate. Learn the differences of each type and why each might be best for your garden. Watch Video
How to Plant and Grow Carrots
Sweet crunchy carrots are a home-grown favorite of adults and children alike. Watch Video
How to Plant and Grow Peas
Learn all about growing fresh garden peas – including the three types of peas. Watch Video
Perennials Tour #1
Take a garden tour and see favorite perennial plants in a garden setting. In this video- Shasta Daisy, Ornamental Grass, Butterfly Bush, Echinacea and Hydrangea. Watch Video
Growing and using Petunias
Petunias are prized for bright blooms that last all summer. They are fantastic in the garden and perfect for hanging baskets and containers. Watch Video
Bees, Glorious Bees
One of the most invaluable living things on the planet is less than one inch long and lives for only a few months – the busy little honeybee. Read article
Leeks Top the Charts
Leeks have a subtle almost sweet flavor and are very easy to grow. They can be left in the garden for months and harvested as needed. Read article
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • If your corn crop didn’t produce well last season it could be due to several of these common problems:
    * Seeds were planted too close together and became overcrowded.
    * Plants did not receive enough fertilizer. Corn is a heavy feeder and especially needs nitrogen for optimal development.
    * Crop was not adequately weeded or watered when weather was dry.
    * Weather was too cold before corn could mature. Try using a hybrid corn variety bred for shorter growing seasons.
    * Corn was poorly pollinated. To prevent poor pollination, plant corn in blocks instead of long rows.
    * Crop was not rotated or stalks were left in the garden over the winter. Rotate corn to a different place every year and remove old foliage to prevent disease and insect problems. Plant a cover crop to renew soil where corn was growing.