Spring is for planting your garden and summer is time for harvesting. You’ve put all the work in getting the garden started, now it’s time to enjoy the bounty. Learn more about harvesting the fruits and vegetables in your garden.
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To transition from harvest decor to Christmas, consider repurposing what you have to fit the upcoming holiday theme. With a bit of paint, some ribbon, fabric or an old sweater and a little imagination, you can turn straw bales, wreaths, pillows, even pumpkins into festive Christmas decor.
For the best in harvest style, create layers of decoration that will transition successfully from the late days of summer through Thanksgiving.
The late summer garden is just as challenging as an early spring garden. Be diligent about watering and pruning your summer flowers and vegetables, and read on to get expert tips on planting fall crops.
Even at the beginning of the gardening season, there’s still work to do, but it’s the enjoyable kind, knowing that every item crossed off your honeydew list provides sweet edibles for you, your family and friends.
Enjoy the fall harvest longer when you learn how to properly store your garden vegetables, from roots like carrots to leafy greens.
Prep your garden now for spring.
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Enjoy the bounty of your garden and the fun of baking when you combine freshly picked herbs and a classic bread, the rustic French fougasse.
Tomatoes and peppers, when properly fertilized, provide heaps of the produce you love. Apply a quality fertilizer now to produce a bountiful harvest later.
It’s almost time to plant seeds for a second harvest that will provide fresh produce well into fall. Take time on a mild summer day to prepare your garden for replanting.
This easy DIY vegetable crate holds all your produce, including those you pick from your garden.