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How to Grow Potatoes

How to Grow Potatoes. In cold climates potatoes are a summer crop, in warm climates they should be planted in late winter. Choose a sunny spot with good soil. Plant one foot apart. (More through link.)

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Top 5 Fall Garden Maintenance Tips to Make Spring Gardening Easier

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Take a look at this Dreamer Solar Fairy Figurine by Evergreen on #zulily today!

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Take a look at this Fern Sherwood Birdfeeder by Evergreen on #zulily today!

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How to Grow Strawberries

With the proper care and attention, your garden can grow delicious strawberries! Let the Homestead Garden show you how, with the different strawberry varieties, the best positioning for your garden, maintenance tips and how to harvest.

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How to Make Your Own Compost

How to Make Your Own Compost.......please remember if you have peanut/nut allergies that companies use their shells in their composite. I have not found a safe company yet. Shultz use to be safe but now they are not either. Just an FYI.........

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