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All About Spinach
All About Spinach

Spinach is one of the few vegetables with beets and chard that prefers a neutral to alkaline soil (pH 7.0 or above).

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Chunky Corn Chowder Recipe
Chunky Corn Chowder Recipe

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

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Learn About Apples
Learn About Apples
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Learn About Pears
Learn About Pears
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All About Onions
All About Onions

Onions fit into three categories: short-day, intermediate-day and long-day varieties. Gardeners in plant hardiness Zone 7 and south will succeed best with short-day onion varieties.

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Butternut Squash
Butternut Squash
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Eggshell Garden Hatchings
Eggshell Garden Hatchings
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All About Melons
All About Melons

All melons are warm-season crops that prefer rich, warm soil in full sun.

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July Checklist for Zones 9-10
July Checklist for Zones 9-10
What you can do in your garden in July for zone 9-10
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Second Summer Gardening
Second Summer Gardening
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All About Swiss Chard
All About Swiss Chard

Chard is a close relative of beets. It is often grown as a summer substitute for spinach because of its tolerance for warm temperatures.

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All About Leeks
All About Leeks
Leeks prefer deep, rich soil in full sun. Start seeds 10 to 12 weeks before the last frost in spring.
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There’s An Edible Revolution On The Patio
There’s An Edible Revolution On The Patio
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Rain Cloud Waterer
Rain Cloud Waterer
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Learn About Elderberries
Learn About Elderberries
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Peonies
Peonies
Voluptuously beautiful, fragrant peonies are essential cottage-garden blooms.
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Learn About Cosmos
Learn About Cosmos
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Early Blooming Flowers
Early Blooming Flowers
Delightful perennial flowers that bloom early.
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Learn About Pansies
Learn About Pansies
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Learn About Petunias
Learn About Petunias
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Sweet Peas
Sweet Peas
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Ornamental Grass
Ornamental Grass
Ornamental Grasses comprise a marvelous group of plants requiring little care. They are not lawn grasses, but rather a group of plants with graceful habits and heights, fine textures and colors that add great beauty and interest to the garden.
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Learn About Coleus
Learn About Coleus
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Learn About Blackberries
Learn About Blackberries
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