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QUICK-GROWING SPRING AND FALL VEGETABLESFrom seed to dinner table in one month? These quick-growing vegetables give the garden a good start and a lingering end.

Quick-Growing Spring and Fall Vegetables

Your spring garden-Quick-Growing Spring and Fall Vegetables-collards, mustards and turnips.

Plant these hearty vegetables now for a bountiful harvest come fall.

15 Vegetables You Can Plant Now For Fall Harvest

Check out our HGTV Gardens advice for both growing and cooking versatile cauliflower in our Garden to Table feature.

When fresh, green growth appears in spring, it is time to take softwood cuttings from deciduous shrubs, vines, and trees to grow more of your favorite plants.

18 Popular Plants to Grow from Cuttings in the Spring

18 popular plants to grow from cutting. When fresh, green growth appears in spring, it is time to take softwood cuttings from deciduous shrubs, vines, and trees to grow more of your favorite plants.

Early Spring Garden Planning

Early Spring Garden Planning

Early spring is the best time to plant vegetables that are sensitive to summer heat and fruits that take a long time to grow. The Homestead Garden shares the best early spring vegetables, fruits and herbs to plant.

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Arugula :: sun to part sun :: Arugula grows best in cool weather, becoming peppery and bitter when weather turns hot. Full heads mature in five to six weeks; baby greens may be harvested after three weeks of growth.

Grow Blueberries In A Pot: Depending on the variety you choose, it can take 2 or 3 years for a plant to start producing fruit but once it does, you’ll enjoy picking blueberries for many years to come. Here’s a tip sheet to get you started…"

Grow Blueberries In A Pot: Depending on the variety you choose, it can take 2 or 3 years for a plant to start producing fruit but once it does, youll enjoy picking blueberries for many years to come. Heres a tip sheet to get you started

Growing Vertical Vegetables

Fencing that you already have on your property is fair game as a support for vertical vegetables.

Companion plant for onions. Allow 1 or 2 plants to bolt in the spring to have seeds for the fall crop!

Growing Arugula in Your Vegetable Garden

Removing veggies as they mature allows more of the plants energy to go into supporting the later fruit that forms. >> http://www.diynetwork.com/outdoors/healthy-fruit-and-veggie-gardens/pictures/index.html?soc=pinterest

Healthy Fruit and Veggie Gardens

Removing veggies as they mature allows more of the plants energy to go into supporting the later fruit that forms.

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Salad and Leafy Vegetables: Lettuce, Spinach and Arugula

Freckles romaine was an excellent performer this year! Great taste and pretty too :-) My favorite lettuce!

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