The Neighborhood Gardens team’s builds gardens on a shoestring budget.  We have a nose for finding the free leaf mulch, newspapers for weed suppression, donated rain barrels, pots, plants and even services like the man who wanted to practice whacking …

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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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