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Planning for New Vegetable Gardens: Timing
Planning for New Vegetable Gardens: Timing
How challenging is it to succeed with a new garden? Harder than you might expect even for experienced gardeners, but problems are solvable.
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Planning for New Vegetable Gardens: Seasonality
Planning for New Vegetable Gardens: Seasonality
How challenging is it to succeed with a new garden? Harder than you might expect even for experienced gardeners, but problems are solvable.
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Saving Seeds: Grocery Store Produce vs Home Grown
Saving Seeds: Grocery Store Produce vs Home Grown
GardenZeus receives commissions for purchases made through links in this post. There is no additional cost to you. Can you save the seeds from the vegetables you purchased from the grocery store or farmer’s market and use them to grow your summer vegetable crop? Probably not. Most vegetables purchased at the grocery store are hybrids, […]
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Planning for New Vegetable Gardens: Siting and Sunlight
Planning for New Vegetable Gardens: Siting and Sunlight
How challenging is it to succeed with a new garden? Harder than you might expect even for experienced gardeners, but problems are solvable.
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Gardening as a Refuge in Troubled Times
Gardening as a Refuge in Troubled Times
If you haven’t felt it yet, undoubtedly you will at some point in the coming weeks and months: frustration, weariness, or the numbness that follows prolonged stress. When faced with perpetual uncertainty during the Coronavirus pandemic, with many options for relaxation and fun curtailed or unavailable, gardening may be one of the very best candidates […]
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Starting Vegetable Seeds: A Concise Guide
Starting Vegetable Seeds: A Concise Guide
GardenZeus receives commissions for purchases made through links in this post. There is no additional cost to you. by Ann Clary and C. Darren Butler Why start your own seeds? Better selection. Availability of seedlings may be painfully limited at local garden centers, and they don’t always stock the best varieties for your area or […]
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Warm Season Vegetables: Can They Be Transplanted?
Warm Season Vegetables: Can They Be Transplanted?
GardenZeus receives commissions for purchases made through links in this post. There is no additional cost to you. Some warm season vegetable plants are sensitive to root disturbance; gardeners should plant these vegetables directly outdoors after weather warms in the spring. Other warm season vegetables make excellent candidates for seeding into small pots or containers […]
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10 January Tasks for Mediterranean Gardeners
10 January Tasks for Mediterranean Gardeners
GardenZeus receives commissions for purchases made through links in this post. There is no additional cost to you. Many might think of January as a slow month in the Mediterranean garden, as even in mild Mediterranean climates, January often brings cool, rainy weather. Yet there is much to do in January to prepare plants for […]
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4 Cool Season Vegetables Ideal for Containers
4 Cool Season Vegetables Ideal for Containers
by Ann Clary and C. Darren Butler GardenZeus receives commissions for purchases made through links in this post. Gardeners often think of growing vegetables in containers, but may not think of growing cool season vegetables in containers through fall and winter. In many mild-winter areas of California, containers are an excellent way to grow small […]
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