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We cover a whole spectrum of topics for home gardeners through our blog posts. We have in depth articles about growing different varieties of flowers, herbs, vegetables, vines and more. We love to provide extensive knowledge based content to all of our readers and we hope that you enjoy browsing them!

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  • GROWING INFO

  • VEGETABLES

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Our Favorite Cut Flowers from A to Z
Cut flowers don't have to be a luxury, and you don't have to go into debt to decorate a special event. Growing blooms from scratch is a huge money-saver and it lets you enjoy your garden's bounty indoors. It's not...
Our 10 Favorite Companion Plants for Spring Bulbs
Add some fast-growing annuals and early-waking perennials to your bulb beds to hide spent foliage, suppress weed growth, and balance texture and color in your garden. Here are some Seed Needs favorites you can start indoors from winter through early...
Explore These 7 Traditional Italian Herbs
Grow your own herb garden to have access to fresh herbs in season and just enough home-dried seasonings to make it through the winter. The most popular herbs happen to be standards for Italian cooking, so that's where we'll start.
7 Easy Herbs for Beginners
Tender herbs are the gardener's gateway drug. They're easy to grow from seed, and they're attractive, fragrant, and versatile. Having fresh herbs on hand will inspire you to be more creative in the kitchen. These are the easiest, most newbie-friendly...
JACK-O'-LANTERNS, PIES, AND TREBUCHET FODDER: PICKING THE BEST PUMPKINS FOR 2024
Pumpkins are, hands down, America’s most popular winter squash. Most of us had our first experience with sharp objects when carving them for Halloween, and as teens, some of us may have used them as projectiles—either hurling them from speeding...
Our Tips for Planting a Late-Season Veggie Garden
Late season vegetable planting is ideal for you whether life got in the way or you're just a slacker. Don't worry. Whatever your reason, you're not out of time to grow an impressive late-season veggie garden.
Summer Entertaining: 3 Drink Recipes with Borage Flair
Borage is more than just a pretty flower! These easy to grow blue blooms also make a beautiful garnish for your seasonal cocktails and their leaves boast a refreshing cucumber-like taste. 
Broccoli Recipe - What Do I Do With It?
We know broccoli is nutritious, but we get tired of the same recipes time after time. We want to try something newer than just steam it or eat it with dip. What do you do with your garden-fresh broccoli after you've harvested it? We have ideas for you!
Migrating Monarch Butterflies, Now On The Endangered Species List! Here's How To Give Them A Lift!
In July 2022, the International Union for Conservation of Nature placed migratory monarch butterflies on their Endangered Species list. The IUCN estimates that, due to habitat loss and climate change, the migratory monarch's population has been depleted "by between 22%...
Friend or Foetida? The Great Earthworm Controversy
Most of us grew up with the belief that earthworms are the superheroes of soil health. We're going to dig beneath the surface to unearth the pros and cons of earthworms in North American gardens so you can make your...
No, Virginia, Poinsettias Won’t Kill You! Growing and Maintaining Poinsettias All Year
Have you ever received a poinsettia as a holiday gift? Like, from your boss, or maybe a friendly neighbor? Did you think, “Gee, thanks for the pretty plant that might KILL ME, MY PETS, AND MY FAMILY” before stashing it...
Embrace The Succulents
You're probably expecting us to make a lame play on words here: "Succulents are perfect for the sucky gardener", or something like that. While succulents can take lots of abuse, we're not going to insult you, even if you can't...
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