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Smart Gardener: Online Gardening Tool Helps You Grow Food

A website that plans your garden FOR YOU! You tell it where you live, it tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you, and gives you daily reminders of what to do.

Garden Technology - How To Plan Your Vegetable Garden

Smart Gardener - This website plans your garden for you. You enter in your geographical location and the program tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you, and gives you daily reminders of what to do.

lettuce patch -- we'll have on sale at the Iowa City Farmers Market  May 1 – October 30 Wednesdays 5-7 p.m. Saturdays, 7:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

12 Fastest Vegetables to grow in your garden - Homestead Survivalist

This a great list of flowers that will help your vegetable garden thrive.

Homestead Revival: Adding Flowers To The Vegetable Garden Flowers That Repel Garden Pests Flowers Attract Beneficial Insects Flowers Attract Pollinators

66 Fruits as and vegetables you can grow in a container without a garden. by brianna

66 Fruits as and vegetables you can grow in a container without a garden. by brianna

How to grow each and every vegetable you can think of - packed with info. I told Jack I hit the mother load!

How to Grow Vegetables, Growing Vegetable Garden Plants Gardening Tips, Seeds

Learn to grow your own organic food. An organic gardening series including a seed starting plan.

Learn to grow your own organic food. An organic gardening series including a seed starting plan and very detailed step-by-step instructions for growing healthy food.

Here's a few natural gardening tips you can use in this fantastic #sunshine!

Natural Garden Tips about herbs @ companion planting & natural pest deterants

How to make biodegradable pots #Newspaper, #Planter, #Planting, #Pots

How to Make Biodegradable Pots

Newspaper starter pots--Start your seeds in biodegradable pots that can go directly into the ground — no transplant shock

See that sucker there? Suckers are secondary branches that grow in the joints of existing branches. Pinch ‘em off. Suckers take energy away from growing tomatoes.

Quick Tomato Tip: (I never knew this.) See that sucker there? Suckers are secondary branches that grow in the joints of existing branches. Pinch ‘em off. Suckers take energy away from growing tomatoes. No tomatoes will form on sucker branches.

This is the coolest gardening site EVER! On the Gardener's Supply Company website you can design your own garden beds by clicking and dragging the plants you want, where you want them. Then you can print your planting map WITH very detailed planting directions. This is just what I have been looking for! Hurray!!!:)

Coolest gardening site EVER! On the Gardener's Supply Company website you can design your own garden beds by clicking & dragging the plants you want, where you want them.then you can print your planting map WITH very detailed planting directions.

Plants have best friends just like people do. Marigolds help tomatoes and roses grow better. Nasturtiums keep bugs away from squash and broccoli. Petunias protect beans from beetles and oregano chases them away from cucumbers. Geraniums keep Japanese beetles away from roses and corn. Chives make carrots sweeter, and basil makes tomatoes even tastier

Plants have best friends just like people do. Marigolds help tomatoes and roses grow better. Nasturtiums keep bugs away from squash and broccoli. Petunias protect beans from beetles and oregano chases.

New Life On A Homestead » Blog Archive How Much Should I Plant To Feed My Family For A Year?

How Much Should I Plant To Feed My Family?

How Much Should I Plant To Feed My Family For A Year? Here are a few recommendations mostly found in the book Reader’s Digest Back to Basics. Some of these amounts may be way off for your family, but like I said it’s at least a good general idea.

Days to Harvest: A newly planted asparagus patch should not be harvested for its first year -- it needs this time to become established in the garden. The second year, you can harvest selectively over a two-week period. The third year, harvest over four weeks. The fourth year and beyond, you may harvest over an 8- to 10-week period, up until new shoots emerge thin and spindly.  When to Plant: Plant crowns in early-mid spring, as soon as the soil can be worked. Keep the asparagus patch free…

Asparagus Growing Guide

How to Grow Asparagus by marthastewart Asparagus Vegetable_Growing_Guide

Use these 25 clever tips and tricks for the garden to maximize your garden's productivity and conserve water.

25 Clever Ideas Gardeners Won’t Want To Miss Gardening Ideas On A Budget

How and When to Prune Blueberry Bushes | Landscaping Ideas and Hardscape Design | HGTV

How and When to Prune Blueberry Bushes

How to Plant Blueberry Pots. ‘Top Hat’ blueberry bush grows only 20 inches tall and 24 inches wide, plus it doesn’t need a pollinator to set fruit. It’s great for growing in containers. Here's how to grow these acid-loving plants in containers.

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