From mosquitoes to weeds and tomatoes to kale, top Garden Club stories in the past year covered topics geared towards the way you want to garden today. We glance back at the year past and look to gardening trends for inspiration and information.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Plant parsley for cooking now.
Select plants for good health and good taste to create your own smoothie garden.
Go green this fall by planting the season’s best lettuce, spinach and cole crops in your raised garden bed.
A healthy garden begins with healthy soil. Adding compost enriches soil and makes for a bountiful harvest of fruits and vegetables.
Get started now for a fall vegetable garden full of greens like lettuce and kale, and roots like radishes and carrots.
Try soil solarization for six weeks and get better veggies, flowers and plants.
Keep aphids away from plants with these 7 tips.
Harvest from your herb garden to create tea infusions. Mint, chamomile and lemon balm are just a few possibilities for herbal teas.
Grow sweet potatoes and watch them thrive in summer’s heat with little upkeep once established.
Easier to grow than tomatoes, peppers are a perfect edible for the beginner gardener.
It doesn’t take much time to begin composting. Here’s how to get started.