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Container Gardening

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HOUSEPLANTS: NEW TWISTS ON OLD FAVORITES

I Love houseplants. They warm my interior, clean my air, and brighten my winter days. But I sometimes get a bit bored of the same old plant. I know that sounds pretty bad — our houseplants give us so much that I should adore them
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February 10, 2017
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NEW & UNUSUAL HOUSEPLANTS

  So, it’s winter, and while in some places (like where I live) it’s possible to garden throughout the winter, cold snaps and inclement weather can put a stop to outside gardening pretty quickly. And while houseplants make it possible to garden anytime, anywhere, sometimes
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February 7, 2017
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3 TIPS FOR GROWING HOUSEPLANTS

I’m a firm believer in the power of houseplants to brighten up any interior, bringing a bit of nature inside. Many gardeners, though (even veteran ones), often say they can’t grow houseplants. “I always kill them,” they moan. When I hear people say they have a
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January 20, 2017
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5 EASY HOUSEPLANTS

  It’s the dead of winter and, even if you live in a milder climate, a gardener can tend to feel a bit of the garden itch when there’s a lack of gardening to do. So how about turn your green thumb to houseplants instead? Indoor
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January 17, 2017
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10 Tips to Conserve Water during Hot Summer Months

  In the “good ol’ days,” we could just set and forget the hose when it came to watering our lawns and gardens. Now, with water supplies drying up, we have to water smarter. Here, then, are 10 tips to conserve water during hot summer
Jennifer Phelan
July 25, 2016
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Best Herbs for Container Gardens

Herb gardens are a cook’s best friend! You don’t need a lot of land to grow wonderful, delicious, fresh herbs, either. We recently talked about “How to Grow Herbs in Containers.” Now we’re going to teach you which herbs are the best for container gardens.
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March 17, 2016
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How to Grow Herbs in Containers

  Using fresh herbs are a fantastic way to add healthful flavor to your food. They’re great tossed into green salads for a splash of unexpected flavor (basil, oregano and dill are great choices). Fresh herbs really kick up the flavor of sauces and can
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March 5, 2016
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Turn a Shower Caddy into a Vertical Garden

  Steve shows how to upcycle a shower caddy into a container for beautiful orchids and other tropical plants. What a clever way to bring life and beauty into your bathroom! Get step-by-step instructions.  
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March 10, 2015
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Urban Gardening

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COMMUNITY GARDENS

  A few years ago, I attended a garden tour in my city, and one of the focuses was on community gardens. I was surprised at how many community gardens exist where I live, but perhaps I shouldn’t have been, because as it turns out,
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December 2, 2016
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SELF-SUSTAINING ON 1 ACRE: IS IT POSSIBLE?

  There are a lot of articles out there about how to be self-sustaining on a 1-acre property. Now, while most urban dwellers don’t have one full acre, many people who live on the outskirts of town or in more rural areas do. So is
Jenny Perterson
November 30, 2016
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HOMESTEADING: LEADING A SELF-SUFFICIENT LIFE

  The other day we had several visitors to our urban acre — people love to stop by with their children, particularly when we have baby animals like goats and chicks. Currently we have 1 piglet, 4 ducklings, and 3 6-month old goats. As I
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September 19, 2016
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HOW TO CHOOSE CHICKENS FOR YOUR URBAN FARM

  I have never seen anything like the chicken craze that has been sweeping the country in the last few years. What used to be considered a rural thing to do has morphed into a sustainable activity that many are taking part in. If you’ve
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June 30, 2016
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URBAN FARMING

  In recent years, urban farming has become a thing. My fiancé and I are actually urban farmers, and we’d planned on this long before it became a thing. We loved the idea of living a little closer to the land, and in the last
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June 29, 2016
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Five Easy Steps to Urban Vegetable Gardening

  Have a little city plot that would be great for a vegetable garden, but don’t know how to get started? Kellogg got our start using organics to revitalize orange orchards 90 years ago. We totally have you covered. Check out our five tips for
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May 4, 2015
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Flower Gardening

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Top 10 Summer Flowers that Beautify Your Landscape

Jennifer Phelan
August 2, 2016
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  Nothing adds beauty to your landscape like splashes of colorful flowers. Many are old favorites and some may be new to you. We’ve put together a list of the top 10 summer flowers that beautify your landscape and require less water and maintenance than
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Butterflies – Flying Flowers

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July 25, 2016
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  Millions of tiny overlapping scales give the wings their brilliant colors and iridescence. Black swallowtail, tiger swallowtail, skipper, fritillary, gossamer wings, and Monarch – there are over 725 species of butterfly in the United States. Their life cycle is one of nature’s most spectacular
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THE INCREDIBLE, EDIBLE FLOWER

Jenny Perterson
June 4, 2016
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  Flower gardening is nothing new — gardeners have been growing flowers for eons to enjoy in their gardens or as cut flowers in their homes. But growing flowers as food is another conversation, and one we’re going to have right now. Lately, I’ve attended
  Everyone loves sitting out on their deck or patio and seeing the beauty of an organic flower garden. The colors, the scents and the visitors (butterflies, etc.) they bring add hours of joy to any day. Here are ten simple tips for successfully designing
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Herb Gardening

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MAKING HOLIDAY HERB BUNDLES

Jenny Perterson
November 11, 2016
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  Herbs are my favorite group of plants, hands down. They’re easy to grow, have a number of culinary and medicinal uses, and they’re pretty and scented. What’s not to love? But in recent years I’ve also begun experimenting with creating herb bundles to give
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COOL HERBS

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October 12, 2016
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  I should be more clear — I think all herbs are cool. They are my favorite plant group by far — if I had to choose only one type of plant to grow for the rest of my life, it would be herbs. But
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TOP 3 HEALING HERBS

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September 15, 2016
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  I like to say that herbs are the gateway plant to edible gardening — they are beautiful, easy to grow, and readily available. And, as it turns out, they have many healing properties that lend themselves to addressing upset stomachs, insomnia, rashes, stress, and
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Creating a Kitchen Herb Garden

Jenny Perterson
June 1, 2016
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  I think my favorite edibles are herbs — they are easy to grow, come in all different shapes and sizes, smell great, and have loads of health benefits. Plus, you can cook with them, garnish with them and even muddle them for cocktails! Win-win
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Garden Design

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10 Simple Tips for a Picture-Perfect Landscape

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April 28, 2016
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  If landscaping was as easy as snapping your fingers, everyone would have a yard worthy of the glossiest of magazine covers. However, it’s not that easy. The good news is that it’s not that hard either. We’ve compiled 10 simple steps for a picture-perfect
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6 Easy Ideas for Landscaping Property Lines

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April 26, 2016
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    Property lines; they’re the subject of legal disputes, real estate deals and neighborly relations. They can also be a positive aspect of your landscape! Here, we present 6 easy ideas for landscaping property lines. The first thing you want to determine is “why.”
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