Essential nutrition helps promote green leaves & beautiful blooms
Soil pH directly affects plant nutrition. It depending on soil type and location, the soil pH can vary from 4.5 (very acidic) to 9.0 (very alkaline).
The trees are hardy, the fruit is delicious, but you won't find it in the grocery store
Find out how to grow the biggest pumpkin on your block
This is one vegetable that really produces
Treat it right, and your plant keeps on producing
You can plant this popular vegetable in the spring or fall
The vegetable everybody loves is easy to grow
It looks good on your plate, and in your garden
What to do in your Southwestern melon patch before the heat picks up
Just because it looks pretty doesn't mean you can't eat it.
Make your garden grow 3 (or 4) seasons!
Make salsa with your own fresh-from-the-garden vegetables and herbs
This versatile veggie makes all the difference in many meals
Use them in stews, salads, and stir-fries for added deliciousness
Create a pizza garden with your kids.
Canning is a great way to enjoy your harvest months later.
The ins and outs of preparing your vegetable garden
When to plant tomatoes depends on where you live
Find out how you can start cool-loving veggie and flower seeds in the hot summer
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