Outdoor / Garden
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Lambsquarters (chenopodium album)....another plant that will go crazy in your garden, and you won't have to plant it or care for it....you just keep picking it. And it is much higher in vitamins than the salad greens you pay for at the store. I pick this from the garden each year! Great stuff!
everything you need to know about growing grapes
SwingNCocoa: Covered Greenhouse Garden
Find fruit trees and berry bushes in your area that produce well without pesticides, then propagate them from cuttings.
Purslane....this great little succulent will go crazy in your garden....but don't think of it as a weed, think of it as an abundant free food....full of vitamins and omega-3s! I pick this from my garden in the spring and summer - tasty!
Propagating blueberries...she goes into great detail about planting blueberries, with info such as how blueberries like acidic soil (she makes a compost of wood chips to address that). She is planting in Idahom so some variables may be differen than the Caribbean, but just like she said , she needs her blueberries and wanted 50 trees. I'm down with that
How to Grow Asparagus-If you love asparagus and want to grow some yourself, waste no time in getting started. Even with the best of care, an asparagus bed won't hit its stride for several years. But once that happens, the bed will produce an abundant crop of spears spring after spring for at least the next 20 to 30 years.
Learn how to graft fruit trees so that you can have multiple varieties on the same tree! Or turn that old crabapple tree into a productive Macintosh tree
Tips on taking care of the raspberry bushes
Pruning Tomatoes- Great Article. 6 reasons to prune tomatoes: 1. More flavorful tomatoes. 2. Larger tomatoes. 3. More tomatoes over length of a season. 4. Keep leaves & fruits off the ground, away from pests, insect damage, fungal disease. 5. Keep plants smaller & more compact. 6. Allows tomatoes on plant at the end of season to ripen before 1st frost. Removing unneeded growth tips, new growth in the “V” between 2 stems, allows plant to concentrate energy on fruit rather than foliage.