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How to Make a Seed Starting Schedule
When is the best time to start seeds? Start some seeds too soon and you will end up with lanky plants under the lights. Too late and the plants will be too weak when transplanted to the garden or may not mature in time to produce before your frost. Develop a seed starting schedule so you know the optimum time to start your seeds. A seed-starting schedule provides a guideline of when to sow seeds and when to transplant seedlings the vegetable garden.
Double Your Harvest: Grow ½ ton of Food in 200 Square Feet from One Planting
How to grow strawberries and asparagus in the same bed and double your yields without chemicals. A well-managed perennial bed will continue to produce for 20 or even 30 years. The sooner you plant them, the sooner you’ll realize a harvest. Here’s what you need to know to get the most from these easy to grow perennials.
The Best 7 Varieties of Popcorn to Grow Your Own
Do you love to grow your own food? Did you know you can grow your own snacks too? Popcorn is easy to grow and comes in an assortment of heirloom and hybrid varieties. From colorful candy like kernels to convention yellow and white hues. Learn more about selecting the best popcorn variety for your veggie patch with our in-depth guide on Gardener’s Path. #popcorn #foodgarden #gardenerspath
Learn How to Grow Common Sage
Often found in the company of parsley, rosemary, and thyme, versatile common sage is a savory herb you’ll want to grow. It’s easy and it’s a perennial so plant once, and with just occasional maintenance, you’ll have spice for life! Learn how now on Gardener’s Path. #sage #herbgarden #gardenerspath
What to Compost: 9 BEST Foods to Compost (and 10 You Shouldn't)
Do you want to learn how to compost, but don't know what food you can and cannot compost? Then read the Ultimate Composting Guide to learn simple steps to composting! #compost #composting #gardening
How to Get Rid of Grubs
Grubs can destroy your lawn. If that's not bad enough, they grow up to be Japanese beetles which feed on plant foliage in your landscape. Learn how to get rid of grubs in your lawn and garden and prevent them from taking over your yard. #japanesebeetlecontrol #japanesebeetletrap
Guide to Growing Lettuce in Containers: Grow Lettuce at Home
Growing lettuce in containers is easy with this guide to growing lettuce! If you want to know how to grow lettuce, this is the guide for you. You can grow lettuce indoors, in pots, in containers, in water, in raised beds and more. Learn how to grow lettuce from seeds or seedlings. These tips for growing lettuce will allow you to grow lettuce indoors all year long.
Make Garden Maintenance Easy With a Free Printable Monthly Garden Schedule
Do you know what to do to in your garden this month? Download a free garden maintenance checklist. You'll get a list of everything you need to do this month to keep your lawn and garden looking great. Get started now! #simplysmartgardening #gardenmaintenance #lawnandgarden #printable