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Jul 1, 2020
Gardener of the Month: July 2020
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
Meet our July Gardener of the Month: @thegardenvoyeur! Where you live: St. Louis, Missouri Day job: Content Creator for my own company, Luxe Photography www.luxephotography.com @LuxePhotoSTL Favorite....

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Jan 1, 2020
Gardener of the Month: January 2020
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
Meet our first 2020 Gardener of the Month -- @forksinthedirt! Quick Facts: Describe your garden. Our garden is in a constant state of change and growth. Mother Nature really is the best t....

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Jun 8, 2017
Food for your plants
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
You’ve started a vegetable garden to grow your own food. But did you know your plants require food of their own before they can reach their full potential? Applying plant fertilizer is sometimes....

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Feb 3, 2017
10 garden tips
Scott Mozingo  Product Manager, Burpee
1. Spend some time with your Burpee catalog! Nothing helps combat cabin fever like time spent daydreaming about the garden. Gardening catalogs provide all kinds of information and inspiration and with....

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Aug 24, 2016
Compost now for next season’s soil
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
Rich, healthy soil is one of the key elements of a successful garden, yet almost all soil needs to be amended. But don’t fret: Whether it’s too sandy and water drains right through it, or....

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May 21, 2012
The Sacred Three: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Joe Lamp’l  Executive Producer and Host | Growing a Greener World
Can I rant here for a minute? We have way too much stuff. And when we’re through with it, where does it go? Well usually, right in the trash. The evidence is all around us. Check out any landfill.....

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Mar 27, 2012
Fertile soil is important to our garden
West End IB World School  2011 "I Can Grow" Youth Garden Award Winner
A few weeks ago we got shovels then we started digging in one of our garden beds. We love to be outside digging. Then we put the dirt into a wheelbarrow and dumped it in a pile in a quiet spot back....

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May 4, 2011
It’s May! What to do in your garden now
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
For most of the country, the weekend of Mother’s Day in May is a huge gardening kick-off: We shop for flower arrangements for the special mothers in our lives; buy gardening supplies as suitable....

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Mar 14, 2011
Preparing your garden for planting
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
Winter is making its way out the door, so it’s time to start thinking about preparing your garden for planting. As soon as the ground thaws, begin loosening the soil with a shovel or pitchfork.....

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Dec 20, 2010
Snow & Mulch: The great insulators
Burpee  Edible Gardening Team Members
Don't curse the snow blanketing your garden these days. It’s actually one of nature’s best protectors of plants. It insulates them from extremes, and keeps them dormant. This clears the....

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