Results tagged with 'melinda myers'
Published July 18, 2015
Spots on tomatoes, holes in hosta leaves and wilting stems mean insects and diseases have moved into the garden. Don't let these intruders reduce the beauty and productivity of your landscape. Work in concert with nature to prevent and control these pests, and you will be rewarded with a bountiful harvest and landscape filled with beautiful blooms.
Published May 15, 2015
Nothing beats the flavor of fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes, and you can make this your biggest and tastiest tomato harvest yet with proper planting and care.
Published Feb. 28, 2015
Get a jump on the growing season by starting your favorite or hard-to-find plants indoors from seeds. Starting hard-to-find plants, like many of the heirloom or newly introduced varieties, from seed may be the only way you will be able to add these to your garden. Plus, you'll be extending the growing season and bringing the fun of gardening indoors. All you need is a little space, a few supplies and of course seeds to get started.
Published Sept. 20, 2014
You can see and feel the change of seasons. Fall color is starting to appear. Pansies, mums and asters are in the garden center, and your thoughts are turning to preparing your landscape for winter.
Published Aug. 22, 2014
The cucumbers have filled the vegetable drawer, you've run out of cabbage recipes and your family is refusing to eat one more BLT. Or maybe you just couldn't resist that special deal on a bushel of tomatoes, potatoes or apples at the farmer's market. So what is a gardener or shopper to do with all that produce?
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Are you and your garden in a midsummer slump? Or maybe you just want to keep it performing at its peak? This is a good time to inject a little life into your perennial garden. And the good news, you don't have to dig up all your plants and start from scratch.Research found topdressing...
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