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Edible Landscaping

Last summer Portland, Oregon hosted the Garden Writer’s Association symposium. Over 600 writers from across the country attended workshops and toured gardens …

It’s Almost Spring and Your Roses are Waking Up

Spring is in the air, or if not yet, it soon will be. Roses, like other perennial plants, begin to wake up when the days lengthen and the soil begins to warm. …

Growing Healthy, Productive and Profitable Plants through Succession Planting

Growing plants in a natural greenhouse is similar in many ways to growing plants in a commercial one. Differences relate to the choices made about growth …

Few Vegetables Symbolize Spring the way Peas Do

March is a time of rebirth in the garden and greenhouse, and can be one in the kitchen as well. Winter root crops are still available, so many of us can still …

Two Ways to Revive Your Favorite African Violets

Originally discovered growing wild in Tanzania over 110 years ago by a German officer with an interest in botany, the African Violet has become one of the most …

Aeroponics: What is it and How Does it Work?

Some have suggested that aeroponics is the only truly hydroponic method, while others would include the standing aerated method in the same category. …

Garden & Greenhouse Book Review – Hydroponics by JB Jones

The new edition of a best seller, Hydroponics has been revised to reflect these advances with new chapters providing information on greenhouse design, function …