Something is going on in the garden world every month of the year. In February, we continue to play with our houseplants. But, we get serious about planning our gardens and acquiring the seeds we need. So, our February Gardening Tips focus is on garden plans and seed acquisition.
Gardening Tip #1: Did you harvest and save some of your own seeds for planting this spring? It’s time to do a seed germination test, to make certain the seeds are viable. Learn how…….
Gardening Tip #2: February 2nd is Groundhog Day. Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog prognosticator, will let us know whether we can start our indoor starts, or whether there will be six more weeks of winter… pray for clouds. Find out now…….
Gardening Tip #3: Many home gardeners and professional farmers, plant by the phases of the moon. What is that all about!?. Find out now…….
Gardening Tip #5: During Valentine’s, roses send a message from the sender to the receiver. Not all roses sent are red, as the color of the rose expresses the meaning. The meaning of each rose color…….
Gardening Tip #6: Did you ever think about a raised bed? Winter is the perfect time to think about whether a raised bed is right for you, and your flowers, vegetables, and herbs. Explore raised garden beds…….
Gardening Tip #7: Many of us grow a variety of pepper plants. Some are hot, and some are not. Do you have room to experiment with a variety you’ve never grown before?…. Kewl!! Varieties of Peppers…….
Gardening Tip # 8: As you prepare to plant your indoor starts, learn how to avoid the deadly seedling Damping Off Disease. Learn how……
Gardening Tip #9: Got Deer!? A lot of us do. Now is a great time to discover what flowers deer are not fond of. Deer Resistant flowers…….
Gardening Tip #10: Are you ready to try growing a giant pumpkin? Perhaps, you will shoot for the world record… why not!? You’ll need to find out just how big the world record is. World Record Giant Pumpkin…….
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