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3 Step Fall Lawn Care

Lawn fall fertilizing the most important feeding for the cold season, but it’s also essential for a great spring lawn as well. Fertilizing in the fall gives your grass a head start for next spring by causing an earlier spring…

Leaves me alone!

Fall is here, and the leaves are coming down. Time to begin raking leaves, The popular choice is to rake the leaves into a pile, while the other option is to leave them alone. This style of gardening isn't for everyone. Everything…

Growing Indoors

It's easy to buy your transplants from the garden center each season, but there are lots of reasons to sprout your own seeds at home. It will save a substantial amount of money, you'll have access to a wider range of plant varieties,…

Winterizing Your Garden

Now that the premium growing season is behind us, it's time to think about winterizing your garden. Winterizing may seem like an unnecessary step, but it goes a long way in enhancing your gardens performance in the spring. It doesn't take a…

What Sets Our Dry Fertilizer Apart?

Not All Fertilizers Are Created Equal There are a lot of organic fertilizers on the market, so how do you choose? Take a closer look at the ingredients. Many fertilizers labeled “organic” use cheap chicken manure fillers that may…

Giant Pumpkins

  Giant Pumpkin Secret Growing Instructions and Tips Selecting a Planting Site Select a sunny place in your garden. Giant pumpkins thrive best in strong sunshine. The larger the area, the better (500-1000 sq. ft.), but smaller areas have been successfully planted too. An area…

Growing Organic Avocados

  Avocado trees are attractive, broad-leaved evergreens. The yellow-green flesh of the fruits is rich in oil and protein. They are easy to grow outdoors in most of California, Florida, and Texas. They also make attractive houseplants but will not bear fruit indoors. Selecting Trees…

Growing Organic Apricots

  Growing organic apricots can be a little bit challenging, but the sweet, aromatic fruit makes it well worth your effort. This juicy and naturally sweet fruit is one of my favorites to eat right off of the tree. Selecting Trees Doing a little research…

Growing Organic Apples

  Biting into a crisp apple picked fresh from your own tree is so rewarding and full of nutrition. You may never taste anything quite so delicious. Growing apples organically is easy if you follow a few basic rules. Once you have grown a successful…

Growing Organic Citrus

  Every home should have at least one citrus tree in the garden, where suited to the climate, to provide delicious fruits packed with vitamin C. Few things beat a freshly picked juicy tangerine just off the tree, or squeezing a little fresh lemon juice…

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