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PRETTY IN PEONIES

kellogggarden
September 11, 2019
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Peonies are a classic romantic bloom that can be a little challenging to start, but are fairly low maintenance once established. You can grow these beautiful blooms with just a few of these simple tips!

EXTENDING YOUR HARVEST WITH SUCCESSION GARDENING

kellogggarden
September 7, 2019
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Crop rotation is a fairly simple practice of deciding what to plant where in your garden from one year to the next, based upon not only plant groups, but what those plants need to grow and the conditions they tend to create in the garden. And while there’s some fascinating science behind it, in the end, all you need to remember is that it’s best to avoid planting the same plants in the same location for several years running.

THE BENEFITS OF BACKYARD GARDEN CROP ROTATION

kellogggarden
September 3, 2019
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Crop rotation is a fairly simple practice of deciding what to plant where in your garden from one year to the next, based upon not only plant groups, but what those plants need to grow and the conditions they tend to create in the garden. And while there’s some fascinating science behind it, in the end, all you need to remember is that it’s best to avoid planting the same plants in the same location for several years running.

SEPTEMBER GARDEN GOAL DIGGER

kellogggarden
September 1, 2019
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September’s here, and it’s a huge transition month in the garden! And you’re probably ready for it, too — this summer has been an unusually hot one for many of us, and right about now, you and your garden are probably ready for a little break. We’ve gathered some garden goals to help keep you focused and moving forward

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No one is going to tell this little one she can't fly. 🥰 Dreamers -> Believers -> Doers @newburyfarms when pigs actually flew 💕🐷💕 P.S. You’re welcome 😉 ...

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Such stunning color variations 😍 - Variegated Hanaikada - Repost from @thesucciesill - - - - - - - - - - - - - #variegated #hanaikada #colorfulsucculents #uniquesucculent #succulentpropagation #plantpeople #succulentsofinstagram #propagation #succulent #succulentlove #succulentgarden #succulentlover #succulentaddict #succulentplant #succulentjunkie #succulents_only #succulentcity #succulentlife #succulenthoarder #succulentobsession #succulentobsessed ...

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Reduces waste, great for the garden, and super easy. So many reasons to love composting! - Repost from @nickisunwall - 🌱 Composting is simple, uses items already in your house and yard, and creates free nutrient rich soil! Here’s the equation: Green Material (grass and plant clippings, vegetable and fruit scraps) + Brown Material (dried leaves, paper towels, sawdust) = Compost! Bonus Material (egg shells, coffee grounds and filters, pet fur, tea bags, chicken poop) are also great additions. Keeping things moist is important and can be done through mixing/rotating the material or adding some water. NOTE: dairy, meat, fish, pet waste, and oily material should go in commercial compost or garbage (talk about attracting unwanted critters if added to the backyard compost 😝)! . 🌱 I’ll be adding this compost to some new garden beds this fall so that it’s decayed and ready to power veggies next spring. #playingwithmud - - - - - #composting #feedthesoil #compost #compostityourself #greenmaterial #brownmaterial #nitrogenandcarbon #compostinspo #composttips #compostideas #compostquestions #howtocompost #gardentips #gardenideas #organicgarden #sustainability #sustainable #gogreen #reducewaste #recycle #inthegarden #gardendiy #backyardgardener #happygarden #organic #organicgardening #urbangardening ...

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