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Using Soil Amendments

Soil amendments improve the physical nature of soil Whether you are planting your latest plant find from the nursery or just preparing your beds for mulching, you should amend your soil with a good soil amendment. Continue Reading.

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Winterizing Your Garden

Know your plant hardiness zone and your frost date The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map is the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location. The map Continue Reading.

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Raised Garden Beds

A raised planter can provide fresh produce from March to December With the trend toward fresh and natural fruit and vegetables, there is nothing more refreshing or satisfying than growing your own. Raised beds are great Continue Reading.

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Protecting Crape Myrtle During Winter

Crape myrtles are chiefly known for their colorful, long-lasting flowers and multiple trunks With their long blooming time and an assortment of colors, crepe myrtles are very popular. Unfortunately, many Crape Myrtle varieties are at the Continue Reading.

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Make Your Own Compost

Maintain soil quality and fertility through composting Compost is the natural process in which microorganisms convert organic material such as manure, leaves, grass, and food waste into a soil-like material called compost. With compost, the nutrients Continue Reading.

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Fertilizing Trees and Shrubs

Consider moving away from chemical fertilizers to organic fertilizers We feed the kids, feed the dog and the cat, even feed tropical fish, but many of us don’t think about feeding our plants. We think that Continue Reading.