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Get ready to grow your most bountiful garden ever. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned pro, Burpee will guide you to success with trusted advice and the highest quality seeds and plants.
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Stake and SupportCorral and support plants before they become overpowering.
Gardening in HeatCorrect placement of plants and careful watering is key to keeping them healthy in the summer heat.
Weeding 101The more regularly and consistently you weed, the easier and quicker it actually is.
Watering Your GardenWatering seems simple, but actually takes a little finesse to do properly.
Understand Your SoilSoil PH can have a great effect on which nutrients are available to your plants.
Watering TechniquesCritical to all watering is to get water to the root zone of the plants rather than just the surface.
Extend Your TomatoesAs the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, it doesn’t mean the end of tomato season yet.
Companion PlantingAs the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, it doesn’t mean the end of tomato season yet.
Tips for a Bountiful HarvestAs the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, it doesn’t mean the end of tomato season yet.
Put A Cage On ItGrowing tomatoes inside sturdy wire cages increases yield and is less work for the gardener.
Frost Protect Your Garden Protect your crops from the cool temperatures, and your garden will continue to be productive for several more weeks.
Successtion PlantingAs the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, it doesn’t mean the end of tomato season yet.
Protect Early Spring CropsAlthough the nights and soil are still cool in your garden, there are some great vegetables that you can get started with.
Organic Pest ControlAromatic plants like marigolds, bee balm, or dill are good choices to confuse the enemy and attract the friend.
Drought Plant CareTips to keep your garden growing even when conserving water.
Basic Insect ControlKeep your whole garden healthy by being able to recognize and treat these attacks early.
The Challenges of DeerTricks, advice and resistant plants to keep deer at bay.
Protect From the ElementsCreate a more perfect world for your plants, specifically vegetable plants, by using floating row covers.