The Miracle of Frost Hardy Vegetables

Since the first snow fall I have pretty much ignored my vegetable garden, since it was covered with several inches of snow for an unusual number of weeks. After returning from my holiday vacation to a snow free garden, and …

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Time to Think about Saving Seeds

As we experience the last flush of summer vegetables, my mind starts thinking forward to next year and what I will do differently in the garden. I always like to try new varieties of plants because of the amazing assortment I …

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Planting seeds in the fall vegetable garden

A number of crops just do better when they are planted as seeds outdoors. Many vegetables grown for their roots are like this (beets, carrots, turnips), because any interference in their root development (like during transplanting) directly effects the part …

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