Thumbnail Fall Strategies To Protect Next Spring's Edibles

Tomato Hornworms can be a serious garden threat. Keeping these pests from feasting on edibles in your garden starts with some pre-planning in the fall.

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Thumbnail Freezing Your Harvest

You can preserve your garden flavors in a freezer. Freezing vegetables and fruits preserves color, quality and nutrients better than other preservation methods.

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Thumbnail Get Started With Home Canning

Canning your produce can preserve summer flavors. Home-canned items trim dollars off the grocery budget and provide preservative-free food that lasts for years.

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Thumbnail Growing a Summer Salad Garden

Raising lettuce means big savings on food. Lettuce grows easily from spring to fall in your garden or in a container, yielding plenty of delicious salad leaves if properly cared for.

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Thumbnail Growing Blueberries

Growing blueberry bushes can be easy and fruitful. Blueberries are perfect fresh, dried or frozen, plus they also offer a lot of health benefits.

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Thumbnail Growing Blueberries in Containers

Blueberries are excellent for container growing. Learn about the appropriate container conditions and different types of blueberries so you can successfully grow your own.

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Thumbnail Growing Citrus as an Edible Houseplant

Growing container citrus trees can be rewarding. These citrus trees also can be challenging to grow and so it is important to know how to properly care for such plants.

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Thumbnail Growing Edibles In Containers

Eating homegrown food feels and tastes amazing. Learn how to grow edibles in containers on your patio, deck or rooftop garden so you can enjoy a multitude of great flavors.

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Thumbnail Growing Giant Vegetables and Plants

Growing gigantic vegetables and plants is easier than it seems. Join in on the record-breaking fun with these tips on plant types, seed genetics and basic care.

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Thumbnail Growing Peppers

Peppers come in a lot of varieties. They vary in size, color, shape, spiciness, even vitamin amount. That means you can choose the perfect pepper to complete your garden.

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