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Park Seedfrom Park Seed

Sunshine Blue Dwarf Blueberry

A southern highbush Blueberry with a dwarf habit, pink flowers, and dark blue berries.

Yummy Mummy Kitchenfrom Yummy Mummy Kitchen

Our Edible Garden: What to Plant Now

Start an easy vegetable garden. What to plant now. #home #garden

~ Musa acuminata Super Dwarf Banana ~ Super Dwarf Banana reaches just 4 feet high at maturity. Although it will take several years to set its first crop of fruit, it blooms and fruits just like its full-sized cousins! The Super Dwarf Banana needs no pollinator, so you need grow only one!


4 Steps to Starting a Vegetable Garden

Fill pot with 2" of soil then place one uncracked raw egg in the pot. As it decomposes, it will serve as a natural fertilizer.

When to Plant

When to Plant

When to Plant

A Healthy Life For Mefrom A Healthy Life For Me

10 Tips For Growing Blackberries

10 Tips For Growing Blackberries - A Healthy Life For Me #Gardening #Blackberries #Tips

Better Homes and Gardensfrom Better Homes and Gardens

24 Beautiful Blooming Houseplants

Looking to bring a bit of nature into your house this year? Try some of our favorite indoor plants, which include African violets, hibiscus, jasmine, kaffir lily, geraniums and begonias. Live flowers and foliage make the best home décor!

Dwarf Conifers in Containers. Beautiful, colorful and very cold tolerant, these plants are perfect for long lasting winter arrangements.

Romaine LETTUCE on the deck. Leaf lettuces grow very quickly and in little space. If you succession plant, sowing seeds every week in a few different planters, you'll create a supply of greens that will be ready in a steady stream all summer. Greens like these are also good for sheltered decks or patios that don't get much sun, since lettuce doesn't like a lot of heat and will grow better during the summer in cool shade. Do this since the deer can't get onto our deck!

The Kitchnfrom The Kitchn

Indoor Meyer Lemon Trees for Winter

Dwarf Meyer Lemon trees are hardy, fragrant plants that grow well as an indoor household potted plant.

Houseplants: rabbit's foot ferns (Davallia fejeensis). are epiphytic, meaning they're adapted to growing in soil-less environments. Try growing on a moss ball in shady corner, making sure it's kept moist. Read about other ferns on our website