Thumbnail Growing Squash And Zucchini

Squash and zucchini offer great garden-fresh flavors. Anyone can be successful in growing these plants with the right knowledge of planting, caring and harvesting these vegetables.

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Thumbnail Growing Strawberries

Strawberries are simple, easy to grow fruit. You can grow strawberry plants in just about any type of location, in the ground or in a container.

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Thumbnail Growing Tomatoes and Peppers in Containers

Peppers and tomatoes thrive in containers. When grown in a container garden, these plants ripen faster than in ground, so you can enjoy the same flavors in less time.

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Thumbnail Growing Trees: Fruit Trees

Fruit trees can reward you in many ways. Before you add a tree to your garden, understand the details of your planting site and the type and size of the tree you are planting.

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Thumbnail Growing Trees: Fruit Trees in Small Spaces

If you're lacking room for a large fruit tree, there are still ways to maximize your space and enjoy a successful harvest of delicious, homegrown fruit.

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Thumbnail Heirloom Tomatoes

Heirloom Tomatoes are a popular type of tomato. With varieties offering superb flavor, deep history, and resistance to diseases, heirlooms are a great choice for any garden.

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Thumbnail Heirloom Vegetables: What's the Big Deal?

Heirloom vegetables are unique and offer perks. These special plants offer big flavor, staggered ripening, seed saving opportunities and more.

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Thumbnail How To Grow A Pineapple Indoors

A pineapple is an exciting exotic edible. Anyone can grow this fruit indoors no matter where they live, so long as they have plenty of patience and determination.

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Thumbnail How To Prepare Your Garden For Frost

If winter is coming soon, this simple to-do list will help you prepare your garden for frosty weather, from harvesting, to draining hoses to covering houseplants.

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Thumbnail How To Preserve Excess Produce

Gardens can produce more than you can eat. If you keep this in mind, you will be able to preserve much of the produce and enjoy your garden deep into winter.

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