Deer Resistant Shrubs

There is a wide assortment of Deer Resistant Shrubs that you can add to your landscape. No matter what type of climate you live in you'll find plenty of deer resistant hedges and deer resistant evergreens in this comprehensive list of deer resistant perennials.  …

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Peach Tree Varieties

There are so many different Peach Tree Varieties that you can grow in your garden. You'll even find some cold-tolerant types of peach trees in this list that can set fruit in areas that experience late spring frosts.   Peach Tree Varieties   Redhaven Peach Tree…

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Fig Tree Varieties

There are lots of different Fig Tree Varieties that you can grow in your garden.  You can even find some cold-hardy types of figs in this list if you live in an area that experiences freezing winters. All the fig trees on this list have…

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Cherry Tree Varieties

We have a wide assortment of Cherry Tree Varieties that you can grow in your garden. Keep reading and you'll even find many different types of cherry trees that produce fruits in a wide range of different shades and colors. You can even find some…

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Apple Tree Varieties

On this page, you'll find the best apple tree varieties that will produce a bountiful harvest of juicy crisp apples. With so many different types of apple trees, you're sure to find one that's perfect for both your soil conditions and your climate.   Apple…

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Can You Plant Flowers After Using Preen

We all know that keeping weeds out of a flower garden can be a bit of a challenge. Thankfully there are weed preventers like Preen that will keep weeds under control all season. But can you plant flowers after using Preen, or will Preen inhibit…

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Croton Plant Varieties

There is a wide assortment of Croton Plant Varieties that you can grow outdoors in your garden, and you can even grow crotons indoors as a houseplant. Many of these types of crotons come in shades of green, red, pink, orange, bronze, yellow, and purple.…

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Hydroponic Bell Pepper Yield Per Plant

The average hydroponic bell pepper yield per plant can be significantly higher than a soil-grown pepper plant. A hydroponic bell pepper plant can produce a yield of 40 to 100 pounds of peppers per plant. While the average pepper plant grown in soil will only…

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Microgreens Yield Per Tray

If you plan on becoming a microgreens farmer it's useful to know the total microgreens yield per tray you can expect. This is especially true if you're growing microgreens for profit since certain microgreens will net a much larger harvest. That's why we put together…

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How To Germinate Pepper Seeds Fast

Most gardeners know it can take a long time for pepper seeds to germinate. Sometimes you can get lucky and the seeds will sprout in a few days, but usually, it can take weeks for the seeds to germinate. That's why it's important to learn…

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Best Soil for Cherry Trees

Cherry trees should be planted in light sandy soil that has moderate fertility and good drainage. You should avoid planting cherry trees in densely compacted soil since this can lead to root rot and other fungal diseases. If you don't have the best soil for…

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Plants That Grow in Hot Weather

I think you'll agree with me that it can be hard to find plants that grow in hot weather. Some plants will thrive in the spring, only to end up struggling once they get exposed to the full heat of summer. That's why we have…

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How to Grow Turnips in your Garden

Turnips are hearty root crop that can be added to almost any garden, no matter how big or small. Turnips add some old-world variety to a number of recipes, and while turnips are generally not eaten in the quantities they were in the past, they…

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How to Grow Tomatoes at Home

Tomatoes are one of the most popular plants in the home gardens and for good reason. Tomatoes can be added to almost any meal, from breakfast in an omelet to lunch diced into a salad, or pureed in marinara sauce for dinner. Tomatoes are also…

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How to Grow Sweet Potatoes at Home

Sweet potatoes are a low-maintenance plant, well suited to both the garden and decorative plantings. Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin A; and a very good source of vitamin C, manganese, copper and vitamin B6.   Buy Sweet Potato Slips Online Image Name…

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How to Grow Strawberries at Home

Fresh, sweet, home-grown strawberries from the garden are one of the summer season's best, little treats. Along with their sweet flavor, strawberries are an excellent source of vitamin C while also being a good source of folate, vitamin A and potassium. Strawberries are one of…

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How to Grow Squash at Home

Adding squash to your garden provides you with a fast-growing, highly-productive crop with minimal effort. Squash is a very good source of copper, manganese, and magnesium; and is a good source of vitamin B1 and zinc. Squash can be used to make casseroles, but they…

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How to Grow Spinach at Home

Spinach is an easy crop to grow in the garden, as long as the weather remains cool. Being one of the more nutritious vegetables that you can grow, it can be consumed in a wide range of dishes, either fresh or cooked. Spinach is an…

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How to Grow Raspberries at Home

Raspberries are a great way to add a good tasting treat to your garden, while also providing healthy antioxidants and vitamin C to your diet. Raspberries will also grow in most climates and they are tolerant of cold winter conditions.   Buy Raspberry Plants Online…

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How to Grow Radishes at Home

Radishes are a fast-growing root crop that can be added to almost any garden, no matter how big or small. Radishes add a nice kick to salads and soups, so radishes are generally eaten in small quantities; and they can be a good source of…

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