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Gardening for beginners

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The Foolproof Way to Tell When Your Plants Need Watering

Learn how often to water your garden and how to tell when your plants need water. Plus, grab our free printable plant watering chart!

How to Start a Garden for Beginners

Ready to grow your own food but not sure where to start? This helpful guide on how to start a garden for beginners goes over everything you need to know.

20 Foods You Can Grow In Buckets Year Round

You might be surprised at all the foods you can grow in buckets on your balcony, porch, or patio. Here are some best foods to grow.

Zone 5 Planting Schedule

We start everything from seed here in our zone 5 gardens. This is our zone 5 planting schedule and when to start seeds indoors in zone 5!

brown green compost

If you want to make a pile of black gold quickly, break down these compostable items before you throw them in the compost bin.

The Best Uses Of Eggshells In Your Garden - Use Eggshells in your garden - Infographic

They can be fertilizer or a DIY seed starter kit for you. Eggshells will decompose very fastly and add a good amount of calcium in your final product.

Companion Planting 101

Companion planting is a phrase frequently used in gardening circles. You’re likely already familiar with the concept but not the practice. That’s why we’re diving into what companion planting is, how beneficial it can be, and how you can put it into practice for your garden. What is companion planting? At its core, companion planting is simply the grouping of plants that will benefit each other in some way. You will interplant vegetables, herbs, and fruits with this gardening practice. For…

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