Category Archives: Gardening Methods

Yardsmart: How to succeed at vegetable gardening in drought | Tri-City Herald

Heirloom vegetables come from seed that has been handed down for generations in a particular region or area, hand-selected by farmers for a special trait. They are open pollinated, which means they’re pollinated by insects or wind without human intervention.

Source: Yardsmart: How to succeed at vegetable gardening in drought | Tri-City Herald

Square Foot Gardening in 10 Easy Steps | Mark’s Daily Apple

Let’s face it: Produce is expensive and, with the economy moving the way it is, it doesn’t look like its going to get any cheaper any time soon. A simple solution? Grow your own. Now before you quit reading thinking this isn’t the post for you and your far-from-green thumb, it really doesn’t have to […]

Source: Square Foot Gardening in 10 Easy Steps | Mark’s Daily Apple

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