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Recipe from Small Space Gardening
If you don't have much room to garden, you can still grow an abundance of vegetables and use them for your cooking and canning pleasures.

Recycled Planter Ideas
You can grow flowers and vegetables in the ground or, if you have a limited amount of space, you can grow them in containers. Almost any kind of container you can find around your yard will work.

Salsa and Stuffed Peppers
Salsa is expensive in the stores. You can easily make your own from fresh garden produce. No preservatives, or unknown pesticides. Healthy food for you and your family to eat.

September Gardening List
Things you can do in September to prepare your garden for winter.

September's To-Do List
Labor Day is coming up and we know that means that summer is over. But there are still some things to be done in the garden in preparation for cold winter months.

Shrubs for Your Yard
Shrubs need little care, usually have pretty blossoms and provide food for butterflies. Sometimes they produce berries for the birds to eat and provide them with shelter from the wind.

Shrubs Hardy to Zone 4
In a continuation of my last article, here are a few more shrubs that are hardy to zone 4.

Soaking Watermelon Seeds In Milk
The growing season in South Dakota is short and our plants need a head start in order to grow and produce. The trick of soaking the seeds in milk seems to make them think they were in the ground longer.

Starting a Fig Tree
Fig trees, which are more like a bush than a tree, are easy to propagate. Depending on the variety you choose, they will provide you with sweet delicious fruit.

Starting Chives Indoors
If you want an early start with your chives, why not start them indoors first? Once the chives are growing, what is the best way to preserve them for use during the winter months? This weeks article will answer some of those questions.

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