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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

How far should you space your plants?
Joe Lamp’l | Post a comment
 

Proper spacing ensures air flow and circulation

When it comes to getting the most from your limited garden space, it would seem logical to pack it in. And for many plants, especially flowering annuals, this strategy can reward you with a season-long ocean of color. However, for other plants, especially edibles, I take the opposite approach — and for good reason.....

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Tagged: basic planting spacing varieties vegetables in Tips & Tricks



Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Hockey Coach Turns Rookie Gardener
Chad Schomber | 3 Comments
 

“You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.” Wayne Gretzky

When I agreed to blog about my gardening adventures (or misadventures), I wanted to keep things interesting. So I hope you enjoy the play-by-play of my hockey-themed garden.

Believe me, I wanted to create something grander (bubble hockey-like greenhouse) but my carpentry....

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Tagged: basil first-time peppers planting spacing theme tomatoes vegetables in Dig In, Get Started Gardening News



Thursday, May 13, 2010

Building your garden
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Enough with the planning and dreaming – it’s time to plant your garden! While everyone’s garden can be a different shape and size, when it comes to digging into the ground, there are a few guidelines you can follow…

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With a tape measure, four thin stakes and a piece of string you....

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Tagged: backyard compost planting plot soil spacing staking watering in Dig In, Get Started



Thursday, April 29, 2010

Wading Pool Gardening
Megan Mahaffey | 4 Comments
 

Meet Megan Mahaffey and her new Wading Pool garden

Welcome new Burpee Home Gardens blogger Megan Mahaffey! She will be gardening with Burpee vegetables and herbs this season and sharing her story with you!

The box arrived on Earth Day, and as I broke the seal of tape, the smell of plants and soil wafted over....

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Tagged: basil container emotional peppers planning small spacing tomatoes wading pool in ‘I Can Grow’ Dig In, Get Started



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