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How To Grow Corn

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How To Grow Corn

There is nothing quite like freshly harvested corn on the cob. The quality of corn starts to deteriorate as soon as it is picked which makes it hard to find good corn at the supermarket. Growing corn is the best way to have the highest quality corn available for eating. You will be the star of every summer picnic if you have fresh corn on the cob to share! Continue reading How To Grow Corn

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How to Grow Kale

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How to Grow Kale

Don’t miss out on the kale revolution! For so many years, kale was relegated to the side as a garnish and ignored as the true superfood it is. Thankfully, some gardeners and creative chefs kept growing kale and cooking it in new and wonderful ways. Now it is everywhere, in salads, baked into crisps, in stir-fry, added in smoothies, used in place of lettuce in sandwiches, and in soups and stews. It is a highly versatile vegetable in the culinary arena and a highly resilient plant in the garden. Continue reading How to Grow Kale

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How To Grow Milkweed from Seed

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How To Grow Milkweed From Seed

Imagine butterflies happily fluttering around in your garden from flower to flower. You can make this a reality with the simple addition of milkweed to your garden. Not only will you benefit from the natural beauty, but by growing milkweed, you will also be helping a very fragile butterfly species. Continue reading How To Grow Milkweed from Seed

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Growing Herbs Indoors

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Growing Herbs Indoors

Imagine the next time you are making pasta sauce and you lean over your windowsill to access your indoor herb garden and pluck some fresh oregano, basil, and parsley to add to the pot. Not only do you get the best quality because they are just picked, but you also will save a lot of money. Fresh herbs at the grocery store are expensive! And they go bad quickly if you don’t use them all up. Growing herbs indoors is super easy and the rewards are innumerable.
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