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Vegetables to Plant in January: Garden Tips for Year-Round Growing

There are a number of vegetables to plant in January and by planting early you get a  head start on growing early spring vegetables. Planting cool weather crops in January means you will need cold frames and row covers if you live in a cold climate unless you plan to start seeds indoors. Here in Indiana …

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How To Grow And Care For The Albuca Species

I fell in love with the corkscrew leaves of the Albuca species and knew I had to add this to my plant collection. Of course, living in Indiana it can be a bit difficult to obtain fresh seed from other countries, so I joined several plant societies including the Pacific Bulb Society in hopes of …

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Buy Seeds Online And So Much More From Gurney’s

Disclaimer: I did receive the products mentioned in this post for free in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. To further disclose, I have purchased items from Gurney’s Seed & Nursery Co. in the past. You might know you can buy seeds online from Gurney’s Seed & Nursery Co., but they sell …

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10 Easiest Vegetables To Grow From Seed

Disclaimer: This is a guest post from Sustainable Seed Company. I did not receive any compensation for this post. I chose to share it because it contains useful information for my readers. Have you ever wondered what the 10 easiest vegetables to grow from seed are? Growing your own food is the most gratifying and …

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Important Must-Do February Garden Chores

When it comes to February garden chores, some are small and others are huge, like tapping maple trees. February is a good month to purchase any last minute seeds for the garden, clean used flowerpots and buy seed starting supplies such as seed starting potting mix, peat pots, flower tags and organic fertilizers. This is …

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Product Review: Burpee Eco-Friendly All-In-One 25-Plant Greenhouse Kit

I admit it – the gardening bug is biting me a bit early this year, so I pulled out this Burpee Eco-Friendly Greenhouse Kit I bought on clearance sale last year. Now mind you, not if I was winter seed sowing  because that date began on December 21. However, I was so busy preparing for …

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Arisaema Seed Germination: Faster Blooms From Seed Grown Plants

Often the best way to acquire a plant you want is by growing it from seed, but some plants can be difficult to germinate, so today we will discuss arisaema seed germination. Arisaema, or cobra lily as they are commonly called are fascinating plants, especially for those who love unusual plants in their home landscape. …

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How To Plant Brugmansia Seeds

Disclaimer: I received this item for free or at a reduced price in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own. Brugmansia seed typically germinate somewhere between 2 to 10 weeks – however sometimes seed can germinate faster or slower spending on germination conditions (temperature, light, moisture, etc.). Normally I let the …

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