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Thumbnail How to Control Pests Organically or Naturally

There are a lot of organic and natural ways to control pests. From the simpliest methods to science-based products, these suggestions can help you keep bugs out of your garden.

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Thumbnail How To Grow a Pineapple Indoors

A pineapple is an exciting exotic edible. Anyone can grow this fruit indoors no matter where they live, so long as they have plenty of patience and determination.

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Thumbnail How To Preserve Excess Produce

Gardens can produce more than you can eat. If you keep this in mind, you will be able to preserve much of the produce and enjoy your garden deep into winter.

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Thumbnail How To Start an Herb Garden

Starting an herb garden isn't difficult at all. Herbs can be incredibly functional and are great for flavoring dinners, or herbs can be frozen or dried for later use.

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Thumbnail Pet-friendly Snail and Slug Control

Snails and slugs damaging your garden? Try one of these methods to get rid of these slimy and destructive pests.

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Thumbnail Pollinator-Friendly Gardening

Here are some gardening tips and plant suggestions to attract pollinators, like bees and butterflies, and keep them healthy.

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Thumbnail Protecting Plants From Cold

There are a lot of ways to protect plants from cold weather. These helpful tips can help protect your plants from early or late frosts and low temperatures.

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Thumbnail Saving Seeds

Saving seeds is a skill that can save you money and produce plants better adapted to the specific conditions of your garden. Here’s how to start.

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Thumbnail Sowing Seeds Outdoors

Planting seeds directly in soil outdoors means dealing with unpredictable elements, such as weather, wildlife and insects. Here are some types of seeds and planting tips to get started.

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Thumbnail Spring Vegetables: Beautiful In The Garden And On The Plate

Cool-season vegetables offer color and texture that are perfect for the ornamental-edible garden. Here are some ideas to add more color to your garden, and your dining room table.

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