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How to Grow Vegetables

Great tips for growing vegetables at home

How to Plant a Perennial Garden

www.lowes.com 6 Easy Steps for Growing a Perennial Garden: 1. Choose a large open location, that will provide full sun, partial sun, and full shade. 2. Sketch a plan for your garden. 3. Choose your plants that have varying heights to add excitement to your garden. 4. Dig the bed and amend the soil with a rich compost. Rake the soil out smoothly. 5. Place the plants, giving them plenty of space to grow. Plant them as deep as the pot, not any deeper. 6. Mulch your perennials, to conserve moisture, suppress weeds, and unify the look of your garden. For more information and tips on growing a perennial garden, visit www.lowes.com

Growing Potatoes: How to Grow: Vegetable Gardening

www.facebook.com phildudman.com How to grow potatoes. Garden Guru Phil Dudman shows an easy way for growing potatoes.

Container Gardening Season 2 – Week 16: Baby Tomatoes, Pepper and Eggplant Flowers

This week our first tomatoes appeared on our cherry tomato plants and our mysterious heirloom tomato plant–though we see some signs of bottom end rot. Also, Arlen updates on his onion experiment and our jalapeno pepper plan is flowering like crazy. This isour second year attempting to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs in containers on our patio in the city. Each week we update with what’s new, good or bad, in our patio garden. This year we are growing: Basil Cherry Tomatoes Cilantro Dill Green Onions Eggplants Habanero Peppers Jalapeno Peppers Spinach Strawberries and a random heirloom tomato plant given to us as a gift Theme music by DoKashiteru – bit.ly

Container Gardening Made Easy With Smart Pots

Grow the best possible plants and trees where you want them to grow. The Smart Pot is a fabric container with the rigidity to maintain its shape and provide aeration to your plants and their root structures better than plastic, clay, or raised beds. The containers’ porous fabric allows heat to escape, alleviating heat stress, and drains well, avoiding soggy plants that cannot thrive. Grow cucumbers, potatoes, summer squash, eggplant and tomatillos in this 15 gallon container. You don’t need a lot of space, either, this planter fits nicely on a porch, patio, or balcony. Easy to clean, just empty and allow to dry. Dirt brushes off or you can toss the Smart Pot in the washing machine – NO DRYER!

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