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Angelonia -It’s easy to grow and flowers profusely. Great plant for dry spells and heat. Not fussy about soil either. Butterflies love it! Link

Walk-On-Me Plant is a creeping thyme that grows only 3" tall. (Also called Mother of Thyme). Plant around flagstones or for a decorative, dense-growing ground cover. Walk on it and the whole area will be filled with the aromatic smell of fresh thyme. It grows well in partial shade to full sun and hard-to-plant areas. Spreads rapidly. Has small evergreen leaves and clusters. Plant 6-12" apart. Field grown plants. Deer Resistant and attracts butterflies.

How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) - you can always have fresh garlic!

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Here is the list of ideal 15 vegetables that you can easily grow as a container garden.However, Hybridizer breeds in vegetables are the best to grow in pots

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Growing your own garlic....yes!

Growing Garlic

Great website for various methods for how to grow mushrooms in your garden.

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How to grow strawberries - I asked about strawberry pots and why they needed to be used. I was told strawberries love warm soil. I have two strawberry planters. One has last years strawberries and the other, the plants off the runners of the other pot. I think I'll rotate them every two years. Yum!