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5 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR LAWN GREEN IN SUMMER

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July 19, 2018
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I don’t know about where you live, but where I live, the summer heat has been pretty intense. We’ve had a number of triple-digit days now, with more on the way. It’s enough to make a gardener feel downright deflated. And if it’s making you
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7 IDEAS FOR CREATING COZY GARDEN NOOKS

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July 17, 2018
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Close your eyes for a moment and remember when you were a kid, and it was summer. Think about the endless hours you spent in your backyard, relaxing and sometimes doing absolutely nothing. Glorious, wasn’t it? So, now that you’re a bonafide grown-up, who’s to
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WHAT TO GROW FOR THE PICKLE JAR

kellogggarden
July 15, 2018
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Who doesn’t love a good pickle? I love sweet pickle relish, bread and butter pickles, dill pickles — you name it, I love any type of pickle that’s out there. But did you know that a wide (and I mean really wide) range of foods
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7 REASONS TO USE WORM POOP IN YOUR GARDEN

kellogggarden
July 14, 2018
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As a gardener, I know you’ve heard of using different animal manures or droppings in your compost to amend your soil. And as a landscape designer, I can tell you that my hands-down, all-time favorite source is the lowly worm. Worm castings, as they’re called,
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3 TIPS FOR PRUNING YOUR PERENNIALS

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July 13, 2018
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Most gardeners know that spring and fall are good times for pruning your perennials, but did you know that some flowering perennials also love a good summer haircut? It’s true! High summer temps can take a toll on our flowering plants, so it’s a kindness

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HOW TO KEEP YOUR ANIMALS COOL IN THE HEAT

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July 9, 2018
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At the time of this writing, my urban farm has the following animals: 12 goats, 40+ chickens, 8 ducks, 2 pigs, 2 dogs, and a beehive. Oh, and 4 baby turkeys that my husband came home with last week. Don’t ask. And also at the
While rural homeowners have sported chicken coops for generations, in recent years, it’s the city dwellers who’ve turned into farmers. And as with most urban dwellings, lots are smaller and houses have a wide range of architectural styles. So, this begs the question — how
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ALL ABOUT POT-BELLIED PIGS

kellogggarden
May 16, 2018
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We have a pot-bellied pig on our urban farm. Her name is Olive Rose, and she recently acquired a new piggie friend, Percy — a 10-year-old male who has spent his entire life as a house pig. Now, I never really intended to add pigs
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TOP 3 RAISED BED DESIGNS

kellogggarden
February 21, 2018
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There are any number of reasons to include raised beds in your garden — to combat poor soil, to adequately grow root vegetables, or simply to save your back from bending over to ground level. But once you’ve decided to create the raised beds, how
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TOP 3 GOAT BREEDS FOR SMALL URBAN FARMS

kellogggarden
February 12, 2018
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I’m going to assume for the moment that you know if goats are permissible on your small property, if your neighbors are okay with you having goats on your property, and that you have enough property to have goats on your property in the first

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SUMMER LAWN WATERING TIPS

kellogggarden
May 21, 2018
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Summertime is the season for gatherings — BBQs, picnics, lawn parties, and pool parties — so we really want our grass looking its best. And one of the best ways to ensure a great-looking lawn is by properly watering it, particularly in the heat of
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HIGH TRAFFIC GRASS: BEST GRASSES FOR KIDS & PETS

kellogggarden
April 9, 2018
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One of the best memories I have as a kid is practicing cartwheels and playing tag with my friends and siblings on the lawn. I never did learn how to turn a cartwheel (I nailed somersaults, though), but the fact that we had a nice,
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PREPPING THE LAWN FOR SPRING

kellogggarden
March 26, 2018
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It’s time for your lawn to rise and shine! It has been slumbering for months now, and if you prepped it adequately for the winter, it should be ready to roll here pretty soon. And even if you still have snow on the ground, this
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