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Are you looking to plant a fall garden and don’t know where to start? Look no further. From the right plants to the best tips a fall gardener can get. My extensive how-to guide covers it all. Planting in spring is what most people do. Continuation planting in autumn is what more advanced gardeners do. …

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You are reading this because you heard of the term Electroculture Gardening. In this article, I will talk about what Electro Gardening is and if it has any beneficial effects on plants. Electroculture is the newest horticulture trend using atmospheric energy for gardening. But does it work? 1. What is Electroculture Gardening? Electroculture gardening uses …

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Look up your hardiness zone by zip code. USDA Hardiness Zone By Zip Code Search [hardiness_zone_form] The hardiness zones lookup is based on raw data from the 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map and the Prism Climate Group at Oregon State University. What is the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map? Gardeners use the USDA Plant …

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Why is my broccoli flowering? If you decide to grow broccoli, you should understand that this plant is not for beginners. It has quite a short timeframe to grow in, it can be fickle, and it needs to be grown in well-drained soil. In addition, many gardeners have to deal with broccoli bolting. Bolting is …

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Bermuda grass, also known as Cynodon dactylon, devil’s grass, and wiregrass, can be found worldwide. It is an invasive species. It builds a dense mat and grows deep roots that reach 6.6 feet under the ground (2 meters). It is very durable and tough and survives hot and dry summers. This grass is native to …

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How to grow ginger from root. Did you know that you can grow store-bought ginger at home? I am sure you have already seen these buds growing from the ginger you bought for cooking. Ginger itself is often used in Asian dishes. But did you know that you can grow ginger from ginger scraps and …

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Solanum Lycopersicum, aka the tomato, is a flowering plant belonging to the nightshade family according to the University of Florida. They are grown for their edible fruit. For nutritional purposes, though, they are labeled as vegetables.  Tomato plants are multi-branched. Not only do they need their space, but also plentiful water. Their scarlet, yellow, green, …

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The common name of hydrangeas is hortensia. These plants consist of 75 species of flowering plants, these plants are of American and Asian origins. Hydrangeas are most commonly grown as shrubs. They can grow like trees and climb vines as well. The captivating flowers of Hydrangeas are available in many different colors, including various shades …

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In this article, I write about growing a dogwood tree. The Dogwood tree, also known as Cornus florida, belongs to the United States. It is an understory tree. These trees, therefore, prefer partial shade. No full sun.  Its different varieties can be found in almost every state of the country. While some trees are shrubs, others …

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Sage companion plants are plants that can be grown along with sage. Companion planting refers to planting different plants together to avail a multitude of benefits. Companion planting has several advantages, as it can attract insects and pollinators. Companion plants repel insects and prevent pest infestations. They enhance the fertility of the soil. Moreover, large-sized …

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