Monthly Archives: June 2013

Repelling Garden Pests Naturally

Although you may love to show your garden off to friends and family, there are definitely some unwanted guests that should stay away from your plants! Many pests threaten to harm your garden and some of them, when left unchecked, … Continue reading

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All about… Amy Hybrid Canary Melon

The Amy Canary Hybrid Melon is a bright and sunny summertime treat. If you have about 6 feet of space in your garden for these beauties, you can enjoy an easy to grow and delicious early melon. The Amy melon … Continue reading

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Soil pH Basics

The pH of your garden soil refers to how alkaline or acidic it is, and is measured on a scale between 0 (acidic) and 14 (alkaline), with 7 being neutral. Generally, most garden plants like a pH between 6 – … Continue reading

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All about… Danvers Half-Long Carrot

Danvers Half-Long carrots are named for the place where they were first developed back in 1886—Danvers, Massachusetts. These carrots are bright orange and fine-grained with a wonderful, mild flavor. Danvers Half-Long carrots are somewhat blocky and grow to be about … Continue reading

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