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Most of the foods we grow are annuals. In other words, each winter, annuals die and must be replanted in the spring. Perennials, on the other hand, will keep coming back year after year. Here are some delicious perennials to plant now.

Don't worry! if you have limited garden space,here is a list of 15 best and easiest vegetables that you can grow in a pot or container

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20 Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once and Enjoy Forever!

From Your Green Resource 3.14.13 {Featuring: 20 Perennial Vegetables} Perennial vegetable gardening - low maintenance!

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Sweeten Your Tomatoes With Baking Soda.

A lot of people love to grow tomatoes because they are usually much juicier and sweeter than the ones you buy at the supermarket. How can you make even sweeter and more delicious? Try adding some baking soda to the soil. Make sure you only sprinkle it on the soil, not the plant. The baking soda is a base, and counteracts the acidity in the tomatoes. The result? Sweeter tomatoes.


9 Natural Ways to Kill Weeds

Natural Weed Control...Cornmeal. Sprinkle on garden and it will keep weed seeds from germinating and growing into plants. It will keep any seeds from germinating so don't use in vegetable garden until plants are established.

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13 Tips for Growing Better Tomatoes ~ One I didn't know is to put Epsom salt in the whole where you plant your tomatoes, Then water with Epsom salt water.

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How to Grow 'Carnival' Peppers

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5 Best Container Vegetables for Beginning Gardeners

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How to Grow Kitchen Herbs Easily

Tips on how to harvest and preserve Herbs

I'm so surprised to find out why tomatoes split and the tricks to preventing it is so obvious. How did I not think of that........

Bad soil? No soil? Plant in straw bales instead

Tomato plants flourish in straw bales, and no weeds or weeding! Check out the straw-bale gardening movement that has become one of this summer's hottest gardening trends. (AP Photo/Cool Springs Press, Tracy Walsh/Poser Design)