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    Free online horticulture classes (growing blueberries, strawberries, raspberries/blackberries, tart/sweet cherries, fruit updates, growing culinary herbs, pears, growing transplants, composting, organic garden pesticides, garden weed control)

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Baking soda neutralizes the ph in the soil and nothing will grow there. use baking soda around all of the edges of flower beds to keep the grass and weeds from growing into beds. Just sprinkle it onto the soil so that it covers it lightly. Do this twice a year spring and fall

Use our handy guide to help you identify and control weeds in your garden: www.bhg.com/...

Everything you need to know about growing flowers in your garden: www.bhg.com/...

How To Grow Your Own Blueberries - I literally just planed our blueberries yesterday so I definitely want to read this for tips!

Learn how to grow blackberries in this post. These delightful berries, if properly cared for, can give you a delightfully delicious crop of berries for years to come.

Did you know that cornmeal is birth control for seeds? Sprinkle it on your garden and it will keep weed seeds from germinating and growing into plants. Of course, cornmeal will keep any seed from germinating, so don’t try this on your vegetable garden until your plants are established and you’ve finished planting seeds.

How to Grow Ginger - Studies say ginger’s peak flavor arrives at 265 days, And if you start the ginger inside in late winter, that one root can produce four times that amount by fall! (Which I AM!) But you’ll only get this long growing season by starting your ginger indoors as a houseplant early in the year and then transplanting it in your garden in late spring, once the weather’s warmed.

Tips for Growing Perfect Tomatoes! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ you'll love these creative gardening ideas and tricks for your Tomato garden! #thefrugalgirls

In the end, most of us garden because we love to see the hands-on miracle of life growing in front of our eyes...and somehow have a hand in that process.