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'Heaven Can Wait' Blackberry ~ 'Heaven Can Wait' Blackberry Laboratory tests prove that 'Heaven Can Wait' blackberries have more healthy antioxidants than any other variety. Plus, 'Heaven Can Wait' starts to develop delicious dark fruits as early as mid-June and continues through midsummer. The canes grow 4 feet tall and are self-supporting, so they won't reach out and snag you every time you walk by. They are thornless, too, so harvesting won't require bandages when you're done.

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Grow Colorful Vegetables

Grow 14 of the most colorful veggies! See them here: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/grow-colorful-vegetables/?socsrc=bhgpin042612colorfulveggies

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Grow Colorful Vegetables

Healthy and delicious green beans are an easy addition to any garden. See more colorful vegetables to grow: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/grow-colorful-vegetables/?socsrc=bhgpin041313purplebeans=8

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Fruits and Vegetables - When are They In Season? A Handy Guide

Fruits and Vegetables - When are They In Season? A Handy Guide - And Then We Saved

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New Fruit and Vegetable Varieties for 2013

Grow these sweet peppers in your garden! More fruit and vegetable varieties: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/top-fruits-vegetables-and-herbs/?socsrc=bhgpin080213sweetpeppers=7

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Fresh Ideas for Growing Vegetables in Containers

Grow your vegetables in bright pots for a pop of color. More gardening trends: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/grow-vegetables-in-containers/?socsrc=bhgpin031613vegcontainer

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Simple Salad-Garden Containers

Grow your own fresh vegetables in containers! Find out how here: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/growing-vegetables-in-containers/?socsrc=bhgpin080612growveggiesincontainers

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Beginner's Guide for Productive Vegetable Garden

See these effective vegetable gardening tips for beginners. The secret to productive garden lies in the outset of several activities. The following 10 tips will help you to create a more productive and less maintenance vegetable garden.:

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Grow Colorful Vegetables

Brighten up your garden and your meals with fresh peppers. Find out how to grow them here: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/grow-colorful-vegetables/?socsrc=bhgpin052713growpeppers=3