Monthly Archives: July 2013

Planting a Small Garden

When working with a small garden space, every inch counts. The important thing is to make the most of every bit of soil you can to get the most of a little garden. First, pick plants that are known for … Continue reading

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$25 Gift Certificate Giveaway

Since we have been receiving much attention and would like to reward our readers, subscribers, and facebook users, we would like to giveaway a $25 gift certificate to one lucky person! Please use the entry form below to see how … Continue reading

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All about… Greek Oregano

The smell of tomato sauce simmering; freshly baked pizza; warm pasta mixed with herbs…all of these have something in common: oregano! Highly aromatic and full of delicious flavor, Greek Oregano is an important addition to many Italian dishes and it … Continue reading

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Freezing Produce

If you aren’t able to enjoy your harvest fresh from the garden right away, freezing your produce is a good alternative. But if you haven’t done this before, be sure you know the best methods for freezing different kinds of … Continue reading

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All about… Amish Paste Tomato

The Amish Paste Tomato is a productive heirloom variety that was discovered in Wisconsin and originated in Pennsylvania. This paste tomato (meaning a tomato with few seeds that is especially suitable for pastes and sauces) is perfect for cooking or … Continue reading

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Composting Basics – Getting Started

As gardeners, high-quality soil is important to us. Great soil means, of course, healthy, productive plants. There are various ways to amend soil, but one of the most economical and earth-friendly ways is to create your own compost. This is … Continue reading

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All about… Slow Bolt Cilantro

Cilantro, also known as Coriander, is grown for its distinctly flavored green leaves. This foliage is often used in Mexican and Asian cuisine, and is found in many types of salsa. It adds a fresh, unique taste to recipes. Cilantro … Continue reading

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