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Skip the Bin:  Trench Composting
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Ok, confession time: how many readers out there want to start composting but are apprehensive about the maintenance and potential odors of a compost bin? (Yes, I’m raising my hand.) Although I’m sure I’d get the hang of it after awhile, this novice gardener is nervous about the proper layering techniques, aerating and making sure […]

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For the Fall Vegetable Garden, Think Kale – Vegetable Gardener
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Kale is a cool-season green that can be started from seed at midseason for a fall harvest. It’s delicious sautéed with garlic or served in a hearty soup.

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How to Grow Superb Summer Squash – Vegetable Gardener
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Sunken watering pots and an understory of vetch keep zucchini, crookneck squash and pattypan going strong.

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30 Insanely Clever Gardening Tricks
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No green thumb required.

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How to Start a Ladybug Garden | How Did I Do It?
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Who doesn’t love ladybugs? These easily recognizable, friendly little insects are yellow, orange, or scarlet and have small black spots on their

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Natural Weed Killer – Martha Stewart Home & Garden
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Natural Weed Killer and more on MarthaStewart.com

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Turn a Kiddi Pool into a Raised Bed Garden
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Turn an kiddie pool into a cool garden planter and have a pool party for your plants.

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Garden trellis ideas for a vegetable garden
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Garden trellis ideas may be just what you are looking for if you plan to grow any climbing vegetables such as peas or beans. After making a wimpy bean and pea  trellis last spring, I plan to…

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Pole Beans – Vegetable Gardener
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For reliability and yield, you can’t beat pole beans. As you check out the seed catalogs this year, Romano, Rattlesnake, and Blue Coco are three tasty varieties to consider.

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How to Grow Pumpkins – Vegetable Gardener
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Pumpkins don’t have to turn into jack-o-lanterns, says William Brown, who shares his expertise on growing this prolific and nutritious “king of the vegetables.” What you don’t carve, you can serve in many ways.

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