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Tips for Starting Seeds Indoors

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Spring gardening can definitely be tricky when it’s beautiful and sunny one day and snowing the next. In situations like this, starting seeds indoors is a great solution to kick off your gardening early without compromising your crops. If you want to start seeds successfully, here are a few helpful tips to get you started.

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Don’t Let Pests Bug Your Garden!

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Many pests threaten to harm your garden and some of them may even kill your plants and potentially ruin your harvest. Although using poisons to get rid of the problem is an option, some gardeners prefer a more natural approach to pest control. Keep your garden organic and free of pesticides with these effective ways to prevent or treat an infestation.

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Slow Bolt Cilantro, A Cool Season Herb

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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 is known for its tendency to bolt in warm weather.

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All about…Chantenay Red Core Carrot

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Chantenay Red Core carrots are true to their name, sporting a signature red-colored core that makes them distinct and a beautiful way to add color to salads and other recipes. These carrots are short and thick, growing about 5-6” long.

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3 Benefits Of A Raised Garden Bed

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Raised Bed Gardening, Part 1: The Basics Raised garden beds are a beneficial tool for those who are new to gardening as well as experienced gardeners. Raised garden beds are appealing because they can make gardening easier as well as lend well as lend a neat and decorative look to your gardening area.

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All about… Swiss Chard, Fordhook Giant

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Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard has broad, thick, crumpled leaves that are larger than other types of chard. It is easy to grow. Enjoy it like you would spinach or other greens, such as cut up in salads or sautéed.

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