10 Cool Ways To Plant And Grow Potatoes

10 Cool Ways To Plant And Grow Potatoes
Even those who have plenty of space in their gardens can also discover new potato planting ideas and tips from this post. Growing potatoes in bags. To grow potatoes in grocery store bag, all you have to do is to fill the bag with the light nutrient rich soil, place your sprouted potatoes. You will... 
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10 Tips For Creating A Perfect Kitchen Garden

10 Tips For Creating A Perfect Kitchen Garden
Need a cool kitchen garden? Tasty and chic-looking? Here are some clever tips. Grow as much of what you like as possible. Clear as big a space as you can and think about maximum productivity per square inch. Skip the fancy frills. Try edible edging: rows of hardy alpine strawberries and nasturtiums will do the... 
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How To Create An Edible Front Yard Garden

How To Create An Edible Front Yard Garden
Many people only even see the front yard for a few brief moments when they pull into the garage or grab the mail. It’s time to change all that by planning a front yard vegetable garden. You might want to just incorporate a herb garden or potted vegetables tucked in amongst existing landscaping. If the... 
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How To Make A Small Veggie Garden

How To Make A Small Veggie Garden
You don’t need a farm to grow fresh vegetables, herbs and fruits. You don’t really even need a garden. Plant breeders know that after taste, home gardeners want a high yield in a small space, so they’ve been developing more varieties that can grow in a small foot print or even live in containers all... 
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English Vegetable Garden With A Vintage Greenhouse

English Vegetable Garden With A Vintage Greenhouse
This garden in Oregon was transformed from a rose one into an English kitchen garden, complete with vintage-style greenhouse. The old rose garden was knee-deep in blackberries, the fountain was full of dirt and weeds, a crabapple sat sadly enveloped in Old Man’s Beard, and there were three ponds. Brick paths edged with box give... 
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How To Grow Vegetables Indoors During The Winter

How To Grow Vegetables Indoors During The Winter
Winter weather doesn’t have to mean then end of harvesting fresh vegetables. You could always garden undercover, outdoors. Or you could try your hand at growing food indoors. Yes, it is possible to grow vegetables inside during the cold months or just because you lack outdoor space. The biggest challenges of growing edibles indoors are... 
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How To Grow Asian Greens In Your Garden

How To Grow Asian Greens In Your Garden
We may all be familiar with Asian greens from eating in restaurants, but we don’t often grow them in our gardens. They are members of the brassica family, along with broccoli, cabbage and kale. Most are grown for their leaves, which makes them easier to grow than brassicas grown for their flower buds. Most are... 
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How To Grow Various Types Of Peppers

How To Grow Various Types Of Peppers
Love spicy food? Grow peppers in your garden! Give peppers a very sunny spot that they can occupy all season long and where peppers have not grown recently. Growing them in raised beds, which has warmer soil, will hasten the ripening. Peppers like a sandy, fertile loam soil. However, do not give this plant too... 
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How To Grow Sweet Potatoes Anywhere

How To Grow Sweet Potatoes Anywhere
Sweet Potatoes grow under the ground just like regular potatoes. Above ground, Sweet Potatoes are sprawling vines that can take up a lot of room in the garden. Unlike regular potatoes, Sweet Potatoes are a warm-weather crop and need about 4 months of high temperatures to mature. However, if you live in a northern climate,... 
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9 DIY Flower Arrangements With Fruit And Berries

9 DIY Flower Arrangements With Fruit And Berries
We all got used to floral arrangements but what about adding fruit, berries and veggies from your garden into them? Such a creative rustic decoration is amazing for fall, Thanksgiving and for fall weddings or other special occasion because they create a cozy ambience. Cabbage, artichokes, apples, citrus of any kind, berries, asparagus, carrots, pears,... 
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