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Getting Ready for Winter
Getting your evergreen trees ready for winter takes a little time, but is easy to do. Just make sure they go into the winter months with enough water, and they will be happy.
Getting Rid of Snails and Slugs
If you are looking for a humane and non-toxic way to rid the garden of snails and slugs, there are some things you can do.
Growing Bigger Onions
Who doesn't love onions? If you want to grow big onions in your garden, it's not hard to do. this article will help you from start to finish.
Growing Chives in the Garden
No garden is complete without some chives growing. The green color is often used to garnish food dishes, as well as provide a hint of onion flavor.
The stately clematis adds elegance and color to any landscape. They may seem showy or hard to grow, but don't let their looks fool you. They are easier to grow than you think.
Dill, Anethum graveolens is an important spice, especially if you are canning pickles. This herb is easy to grow and even if you don't use it for pickles, you can grow it for other reasons.
Plant garlic in the fall and harvest the bulbs next year. Garlic takes certain growing conditions and a year to grow before you can dig it for use.
Growing Herbs in Landscapes
Herbs are wonderful to plant in the garden, or to have growing in a pot on your kitchen counter. But have you considered planting herbs to be a part of the landscape?
Growing Organic Pimento Peppers
If you want to plant peppers, plant organic pimento peppers. Not only is growing organically better for the environment, it is also healthier to eat. They are simple to grow from seed so you can plant them in your own garden.
Growing Shrubs in Containers
Many people grow shrubsin the ground. It the normal thing to do, right? Why not mix it up a little bit and plant your next shrub into a pot. If you put the pot on wheels, you can move it to other areas of your yard more easily then digging it up and transplanting it.
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