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How to Save Seeds from Your Garden for Next Year

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Just because winter is coming does not mean you are done gardening for the year. Follow this guide to winter gardening and keep crops going year round.

Guide to Winter Gardening: Tips Specific to Your Region

Just because winter is coming does not mean you are done gardening for the year. Follow this guide to winter gardening and keep crops going year round.

Summer may be drawing to a close, but don't despair. The end of the summer growing season means one thing - it's harvest time! Learn how and when to harvest your herbs:

Pinto Bean Information – Tips On Growing Pinto Beans

How to Grow Pinto Beans: Care And Harvesting Of Pintos - If you live in a warm subtropical region, want to expand your garden bean options or you love Mexican food, you should be growing pinto beans. Find out how to grow pinto beans and other pinto bean information in this article.

Seed Saving for Food Security and Cost Cutting

Seed saving is easy and it allows you to maintain a continuous supply of heirloom or open-pollinated seeds, thus increasing your food security and decreasing your garden expenses.

Extend your growing season. Take some time to plan and build a hoop house, row covers, or cold frames. These enclosures will help you plant earlier and harvest later.

Extending Your Growing Season: Hoop Houses, Row Covers, and Cold Frames

Extend your growing season. Take some time to plan and build a hoop house, row covers, or cold frames. These enclosures will help you plant earlier and harvest later.

Planning {and planting} the fall garden

Gardening doesn't stop with the end of summer. Fall and even winter is a great time to garden. But it takes some planning. Learn how to plan your fall garden.