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I have several varieties of winter squash growing, butternut, acorn, delicata, and spaghetti. The plants are all doing well, except that 1) they are not
my zucchini and yellow squash have 2 - 4 inch fruit, but it has been so cold and wet (Winnipeg, Manitoba) We have had a horrible spring, early summer so
Hi There I have grown beetroot (boltardy) for over 40 years and never had a problem this year I have enclosed my veg plot concrete base and breeze blocks
what is the round veggie is growing between my cucumbers? So I have a little garden and in it I have mostly cucumbers, two eggplants, one watermelon and
HELP! After 15 years of doing a typical 3 step lawn treatment, I would like to add gardening space to my backyard. In the last five years we have added
I keep digging these white balls up from my garden. They are quite hard but pop when you squeeze them.... what are they please???
Making herb vinegars is back in fashion. See how easy it is and what great gifts they make.
Natural ways to control pests and diseases in the garden. Read successful organic garden pest and disease fixing methods from gardeners themselves.
I planted my first garden this year and was really excited about how well it was doing. We have a raised bed that I've planted cucumbers, tomatoes, green
We just planted a bunch of tomato plants, eggplant, zucchini, cucumbers and some peppers. The plants all look amazing and healthy in the morning, but by
I have cherished picking fig fruits from my Brown Turkey (Ficus Carica) until this year. I had planted it in a big container last year. The beautiful