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How to Create a Fragrant Herbal Lawn

Thyme can also be used as a "ground-covering" plant to create soft, verdant lawns which release their fragrance when trodden on.

Easy Summertime Plant Propagation Techniques

How to propagate your summer plants.

Vegetable Rotation Using Crop Rotation Chart Yields More Abundant Harvests

Here is a Crop Rotation Chart that may help you plan your vegetable garden.

Hanging Basket Plants

This guide looks at the some of the best plants to use for hanging baskets and how some of the factors that will influence your choice depending on the seasons and conditions.

Free Gardening Products

I love to garden so I am always on the lookup for free plants or gardening products. Here's a few ideas to get you started.

How to Conquer Gardening Pain

Try these tips to minimize pain when gardening.

Colonial America & Hemp

This article discusses what Colonial America thought of hemp back in the 17 and 1800's what it was used for back then. You will see that industrialized hemp was far more important than cannabis as an intoxicating high.

How to Make a Scarecrow for Your Garden

There are many benefits to making your own scarecrow. One benefit is that it is a good way to reuse old items that you have around the house. Best of all, it is really easy to make your own scarecrow. Read more to find out how!

Companion Planting Guide

The combinations of plants also make for a more varied, attractive vegetable garden.

Black Thumb? 6 Hard To Kill Plants For Your Garden

Many people are trying their hand at gardening for the first time, whether young new homeowners or those who are leaving the city to move to the suburbs, many are giving a garden a try, and there are several ways to make sure that it's successful.

Invite Spring Early – Grow in Your Basement

Now's the time to get ready to grow your own seedlings! It's not really difficult, and can extend your growing season by many weeks.

Organic Vegetable Garden Mulching – Do’s and Don’ts

Mulching your garden is one of the best things you can do for your plants and your soil.
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