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Garden Tips

Given our site name you might have expected to find 99 garden tips here. Well, there are not 99 but...we are working on it. The site name was just one of the few names available for new garden sites.

Out focus is to provide tips for the new home gardener to have a successful vegetable or flower garden. We believe experienced gardeners also will find helpful tips here.

  • Asparagus

    How to grow Asparagus (click image)

  • Peppers

    Grow Peppers (click image)

  • carrots

    Grow Carrots (click image)

  • Cabbage

    How to grow Cabbage (click image)

POPULAR ARTICLES


Growing Upside Down Tomatoes
UPSIDE DOWN TOMATOES

Growing Orchids
GROWING ORCHIDS


Get Rid Of Snails
GET RID OF SNAILS

Growing Peppers
GROWING PEPPERS

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Pruning Roses
PRUNING ROSES

Composting Tips
COMPOSTING TIPS

 

Growing Cucumbers
GROWING CUCUMBERS

How to Grow Carrots
TIPS FOR GROWING CARROTS

 

Attract Bees To Your Garden
ATTRACT BEES TO YOUR GARDEN

Growing Begonias
BEGONIAS


Avocado Tree
GROW AVOCADO

Growing Beans
GREEN BEANS

 

Growing Tomatoes
GROW TOMATOES

Growing Lettuce
TIPS FOR GROWING LETTUCE

 

Growing Melons
GROWING MELONS

Growing Begonias
BEGONIAS

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Is "Pet Safe" Snail Bail Really Safe?

Snail Bait

The short answer is "NO!" The label list the ingredients as only iron phosphate and inert ingredients. While iron phosphate is safe (but it will not kill snails), the inert ingredients contains sodium ferric (EDTA) which is poisonous when combined with iron phosphate. This ingredient is not listed on the label because no regulatory agency requires "inert ingredients" to be identified on the label...Read More

What's so great about square foot gardening?

Square Foot Garden

Also called "raised bed", square foot gardens have many advantages. An obvious one is less work. You don't have to bend over as low to reach the soil. Also, this method tends to produce higher yields in a smaller area. Weeds and pest are less of a problem and the soil warms earlier in the spring thus plants will mature earlier and stay productive longer...
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Why Are My Onions So Small?

Growing Onions

There are many obvious reasons, such as poor soil, lack of fertilizer, bad weather, but a reason that is little known to many average gardeners is the choice of "long day" vs. "short day" onions. This refers to selecting the proper onion according to where you live...
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