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Enjoy Your Garden

Browse our "Enjoy Your Garden" articles to discover ideas for how to enjoy the fruits of your labor.  Try proven recipes, cut flower tips, and much more.

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Cut Flower Basics

Use our tips and tricks to have the most beautiful cut flowers for your own arrangements. Start by using flowers that have just opened and include buds as well.

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Other Articles

  • Fresh Tomato Salsa Recipe

    Fresh salsa can be made just before serving with chips or as a condiment for a main course. read more...

  • Chunky Corn Chowder Recipe

    Corn and new potatoes make a hearty pairing in this soup.

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  • Spinach Souffle Recipe

    Delicious souffle with only 5 ingredients.

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  • Lemony Pea Risotto Recipe

    This tasty risotto rewards the patient chef.

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  • Spinach Souffle Recipe

    Delicious souffle with only 5 ingredients.

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  • Summer Squash Combination Recipe

    Harvest too much squash?  Try this simple baked delight.

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  • Lemony Pea Risotto Recipe

    This tasty risotto rewards the patient chef.

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  • Fennel Frittata Recipe

    Simple ingredients for a delicious dish.

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  • Carrot & Apple Salad Recipe

    Fresh, crisp salad.

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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • "There are several crocus-like autumn flowers. Their bulbs must be planted by mid August to bloom in October. So order now.
    Autumn crocus, sternbergia, and colchicum flowers all resemble popular spring crocuses. Plant them in a sunny spot in well-drained soil.
    Because of their late-season bloom time, the foliage of these fall bloomers has an unusual schedule. Colchicum leaves emerge in the spring and die down in early summer long before the colchicum flower (leafless) appears in the fall. Sternbergia foliage appears with the bloom, lasts all winter and dies in the spring. The foliage of autumn crocus emerges well after the flowers and lasts into spring.
    Saffron, collected from the fall crocus (C. sativus),is the orange stigma of the plant."