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Our mission is to provide you with the finest quality home gardening “How to Grow” information, gardening tips, and growing trivia. So, we’ve got you covered for growing all of your favorite plants. As a matter of fact, our guide sheets cover everything from seed starting to growing plants, harvesting, storing, and eating the flowers, fruits, herbs, and vegetables of your labor. And, we strive to provide you with the information you need, when you need it, to grow the best plants you can grow!

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Exciting Home Gardening Times

Fresh, crisp apples are a sweet Autumn treat.

The apple harvest is in. Apples fill your fruit bowl and find their way into countless Fall and Thanksgiving recipes. We’ve got plenty of recipes to add to your “favorites”.

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The outdoor gardening season comes to an end this month. We turn indoors to cooking and baking with the now-harvested fruits of our labor. And, we enjoy home gardening with houseplants.
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We strive to provide the most in-depth how-to-grow guide sheets to help you to grow better plants. Regardless of your experience level, you can learn a few tips and techniques for growing better vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Our guides will help you have the best garden you can grow in 2022.

Composting All Year

Composting is an activity that can be practiced all year long. Fall yard clean-up produces plenty of leaves and other compostable material. Also, continue to diligently collect kitchen scraps to put into your compost heap or composter. 

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The Thanksgiving feast is filled with the fruits of your labor. Cranberries, squash, and other vegetables is on the list of “Must have” sides. After all, they are a tradition. 

Roasting your first Turkey this Thanksgiving. We’ve got you covered with “How to’s” and plenty of recipes.

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Falling leaves are great compost.

Leaves enrich the soil.  

Chances are you have ample amounts of fall leaves. Don’t put them to the curb. Rather, rake them up and work them into your garden soil. Your 2023 garden plants will thank you.

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Hardy Mums Flower Plants

Hardy Chrysanthemums, fondly called “Mums”, are the last blooms of Fall. And, the blooms are long-lasting, too. The plant’s flowers shine brightly in a variety of fall colors long after the first frost. At this time of year, you find them everywhere, indoors and out.

Did You Know: Chrysanthemums are the second most popular. Roses are the most popular.

How to Grow Mums

Indoor Houseplant

Back to Houseplants

The outdoor gardening season flies by all too quickly. As cold weather begins to arrive, we turn our attention to indoor houseplants. First up, think about the outdoor plants you may want to bring indoors for the winter. Acclimate them slowly to less light. This helps to avoid plant leaf drop.

Next, check over all of your indoor plants. Chances are, they haven't received a lot of your attention during the summer. Do they need a trim? When was the last time you fertilized them? Now is the perfect time to give all of your indoor plants an application of houseplant fertilizer. It helps to keep them healthy.

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"Sow generously and you will reap generously."

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