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Above all, 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

Nothing beats the taste of home-grown tomatoes.

Tomatoes are by far the most popular vegetable in home gardens. And, they are at their best when home-grown. There is nothing better than a ripe tomato straight from the garden. Many tomatoes never make it past the garden fence. It’s a joy to take a ripe, juicy fruit from the plant, and eat it while you are still in your garden.

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Your vegetable garden and flower beds are calling you. Roses and other flowers are in bloom everywhere you look. Your plants continue their healthy growth. Tomatoes, peppers, herbs, and all sorts of crops are ripening this month.
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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. Spring yard clean-up produces plenty of compostable material. Also, continue to diligently collect kitchen scraps to put into your compost heap or composter. 

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Harvesting and enjoying the fruits and flowers of our labor!

Everything is ripening at the same time. We are canning and using every recipe in our garden cookbooks. Yet, there’s still more than we can possibly use. So, we’re giving away zucchini, tomatoes, and much more.    

Meanwhile, we remain vigilant to promote the health of our plants as a healthy plant is the most productive.  So, keep vigilant for potential problems.

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Roses are the World's Most Loved Flower

Roses in a wide range of colors are blooming in backyards all over the country. Hopefully, you’re growing roses. Moreover, rose growers enjoy these beautiful bloomers from now until the first frost. You’re so lucky!

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Peach Tree

Peaches are one of the sweetest, most juicy of all fruits. That makes them among the most popular fruits, too. And, they are ripening on your peach trees right now. Whether you eat them fresh, can them, use them in your favorite recipe, or make peach daiquiris, you’re in for a sweet treat. 

Garden Tip: Peaches have a short shelf life. Pick them while they are still hard. They will soften quickly.

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Cold Weather Second Season Crops

The gardening season is flying by all too quickly. It's already time to plant your cool weather fall crops. The window for planting them closes before you know it. And, your options for what can still be planted will only dwindle as those lazy, hazy days of summer pass by. Also called "Succession Planting", your fall season crops will keep you supplied with fresh vegetables all the way to the first frost! Did You Know? One variety of radish is ready to harvest in as little as 28 days.

Today's Deep Thought:

"Sow generously and you will reap generously."

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