Project:   Growing Cabbage: It's Delicious and Ornamental

It looks good on your plate, and in your garden

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Veggies That Prefer Cool Weather

With spring around the corner, a gardener can get a bit anxious to start planting. But not all vegetables are as eager to get into the cool ground and start growing.

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Edible Landscaping

Just because it looks pretty doesn't mean you can't eat it.

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Miracle-Gro® Shake 'N Feed® Tomato, Fruits & Vegetables Continuous Release Plant Food Plus Calcium

Continuous release plant food for feeding fruit and vegetable plants - contains Calcium for better quality fruits & vegetables.

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Fall Harvest Vegetables to Plant in Summer

Make your garden grow 3 (or 4) seasons!

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December Planting: Southwest Gardening

Chilly December is a great time for your edible garden

Project:   Growing Edible, Ornamental Kale

It looks great in fall gardens, and tastes good, too

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Preparing Garden Beds for Vegetables

The ins and outs of preparing your vegetable garden

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Edible Gardening - Learn and Grow

... continue. Growing Cabbage: It's Delicious and Ornamental. It looks good
on your plate, and in your garden. continue. December ...

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Fruit, Vegetable & Herb - Learn and Grow

... Make your garden grow 3 (or 4) seasons! continue. Growing Cabbage: It's
Delicious and Ornamental. It looks good on your plate, and in your garden ...

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Annual & Perennial Flowers What's the Difference

What is the difference?

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Preparing Garden Beds for Vegetables

The ins and outs of preparing your vegetable garden

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Growing Cauliflower

If your area stays cool, this veggie is for you.

Project:   Growing Broccoli

You can plant this popular vegetable in the spring or fall

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Miracle-Gro® Showcases the Beauty of the Golden State by Certifying Their 2016 Rose Parade® Float "California Grown"

TV Personality and California Resident, Ty Pennington to Ride Float with California Farmers and "Miracle-Groers"