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Ten tips to get started gardening - Red Dirt Ramblings®

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Ten tips to get started gardening - Red Dirt Ramblings®

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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers' just starting to bloom.

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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: Welcome Sweet May - Red Dirt Ramblings®

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Recycled Newspaper Pots

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FleaingFrance.....compact garden in northern California

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Gardening can be fun of frustration, but there's no other way I'd like to spend my days.

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Transforming a side yard from Blah to Beautiful — Gossip in the Garden

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Check out Zen Frog | Four B's to daylily garden zen | Red Dirt Ramblings®

Four B's to daylily garden zen - Red Dirt Ramblings®

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Keeping the tools sharp and clean.

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Just picked chamomile ready to dry for winter tea. Pick in morning once dew has evaporated. #gardenchat #halifax pic.twitter.com/Soom0emd82

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Don't forget to gently water seedlings before putting them out into the wind. You don't want to dry them out. | The 20-30 Something Garden Guide.

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Hardening off seedlings - The 20-30 Something Garden Guide

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In the South, hardening off seedlings should take place in partial shade instead of full sun. | The 20-30 Something Garden Guide

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The blue Sharpie ran due to humidity so the tags are worthless. However, saving the seed packets will help me identify the seedlings once they're larger. | The 20-30 Something Garden Guide.

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The 20-30 Something Garden Guide | A no-fuss, down and dirty Gardening 101 for anyone who wants to grow stuff

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Puttering and potting up | Red Dirt Ramblings®

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dollar store hamper turned vegi net!.

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Protect Your Plants from Pippa Greenwood

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Rose Rosette on 'Souvenir de Malmaison'

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Rose Rosette Disease on 'Cl. Old Blush.' I guess sweet autumn clematis did win in the end.

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garden cloches

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Mustard greens, 'Bull's Blood' beets and pansies in an edible design. Plus, coordinating signs with recipes on them.

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Use twigs from the garden to build supports

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How to get rid of squash bugs and companion plants to discourage them.

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What is "tipping" and why is it good for late blooming perennials? If you have plants that bloom in late summer or fall, now is the time to create more blooms with this technique.

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Rose Rosette Disease on my 'Zephirine Drouhin' rose. Note the sickly pinkish color, and the misshapen roses behind the "witch's broom."

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