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Support for Fruit and Vegetable Plants

Certain types of fruit and vegetable plants tend to keep growing and growing. Many of these sprawling plants can benefit from a good support. Tomatoes, melons, beans, cucumbers, squash, and peas are examples of plants that can be grown vertically. This allows the plant to grow up … Continue reading

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Determinate and Indeterminate Tomatoes

Tomatoes can grow in two main ways: determinate (bush) or indeterminate (vining). Determinate tomato plants are more compact. When fruit sets the plant will stop growing—usually at 3-4’ tall—and the tomatoes will all ripen on the plant at around the … 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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