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With an eye for tradition and craftsmanship were both the front, side, and back in this house a fitted green setting. The owners also demanded adequate privacy, low maintenance plants, a small vegetable garden and plenty of room for the growing children. - Groenrijk Van Damme / Moerbeke

With an eye for tradition and craftsmanship were both the front, side, and back in this house a fitted green setting. The owners also demanded adequate privacy, low maintenance plants, a small vegetable garden and plenty of room for the growing children. - Groenrijk Van Damme / Moerbeke

Bring a formal touch to your garden by growing your tomatoes in an obelisk, a cone-shaped decorative garden support. This attractive kitchen garden uses four matching tomato-filled obelisks in central raised beds to create balance and add an air of drama.

Bring a formal touch to your garden by growing your tomatoes in an obelisk, a cone-shaped decorative garden support. This attractive kitchen garden uses four matching tomato-filled obelisks in central raised beds to create balance and add an air of drama.

Vertical gardening for strawberries. I wonder how many times I can say Duh while pinning...

Vertical gardening for strawberries. I wonder how many times I can say Duh while pinning...

Plant Alyssum under tomatoes

Plant Alyssum under tomatoes

Plant Alyssum under tomatoes to attract pollinators. Expert tips-> Plant in full sun and give them at least of space to grow. Enhance soil with epsom salt to fertilize plants. Water o…

In February and March, I become desperate to play in the dirt, so I get my fix by starting seeds indoors. There are plenty of practical reasons to sow your own. You can grow unusual and heirloom varieties rarely available at nurseries, and you'll save a lot of cash: At a couple bucks a pop, a packet of 20 to 80 seeds costs less than a single seedling. Ready to dig in? You don't need much in terms of equipment or expertise—especially if you follow these simple steps. 1. Provide a proper home…

7 Tips to Start Seeds in the Winter

In February and March, I become desperate to play in the dirt, so I get my fix by starting seeds indoors. There are plenty of practical reasons to sow your own. You can grow unusual and heirloom varieties rarely available at nurseries, and you'll save a lot of cash: At a couple bucks a pop, a packet of 20 to 80 seeds costs less than a single seedling. Ready to dig in? You don't need much in terms of equipment or expertise—especially if you follow these simple steps. 1. Provide a proper home…

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