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1. How to grow Tree Collards
How to grow Tree Collards
Here's an easy to grow brassica vegetable that you probably haven't heard of: tree collards. If you can get your hands on a start or cutting, you will be happy you did! I started growing tree collards (brassica oleracea v acephala) soon after we had...
Home & Garden - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 16:13:33
2. First Time Beekeepers, Start With A Gentle Beehive
If you are a beginning beekeeper and want to make things easy for yourself, get the gentlest hive possible for your climate and area. If you choose the packaged bee route, be sure to indicate to the company that you are a first-time beekeeper and want gentle bees to work with. This doesn't mean y...
pets-and-animals - Sat, 04 Jun 2011 18:41:27
3. Six easy culinary herbs to grow in your garden
Here are six herbs that are so easy to grow from your gardening center or nursery. Shown to the left, the Italian herb and partner to the porcini mushroom, nipitella. Being a chef, I appreciate and prefer fresh herbs picked straight from the garden. These sprightly, lively herbs bring a color, p...
home-and-garden - Fri, 03 Jun 2011 01:58:37
4. How To Compost With Worms
Here is our free worm box. It sits under a tree to help keep the worms cool. Worm boxes (aka "worm hotels"--you can have up to are three stories of worms) are a great and easy way to create some compost for your garden and turn food scraps into "black gold." Plus, you won't be adding to the loca...
home-and-garden - Fri, 03 Jun 2011 00:57:51
5. Growing Raspberries Do's and Don'ts
One day, while watering my planter box of raspberries, I reflected on all the deliciousness these shrubs have brought me. Not only do they provide wonderfully tasty fruit (especially when eaten freshly picked and warmed by the sun), but they are easy to care for. Here is some advice learned over ...
home-and-garden - Tue, 24 May 2011 03:43:20
6. How I Got My Urban Edible Garden and Beehives
In this picture, everyone was afraid of the bees, but Gary Gragg bravely records some audio of the bees for later editing. The camera guy ending up running away after getting stung on the ear by a bee. Or how I got over my initial hesitation and now love my garden and the edibles it provides me ...
home-and-garden - Tue, 22 Mar 2011 03:39:21
7. How to get rid of snails and slugs
Snails and slugs are an ongoing problem for gardeners, and especially for organic gardeners who don't want to use chemicals. Here's how I radically lessened their numbers in three weeks. How to get rid of them and grow organically only intensifies the problem because it requires a long term solu...
home-and-garden - Wed, 02 Mar 2011 00:40:56
8. How To Prevent Cats From Using Your Organic Garden As a Litter Box
Sooner or later, if cats have access to your garden, you might come upon the disgusting evidence of cats using your beloved gardening planter box as a litter box. It's gross to think about, but considering there are, according to the University of Wisconsin, approximately 60 million cats, there i...
home-and-garden - Tue, 08 Feb 2011 00:47:29

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