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Changing seasons in the garden: summer to fall color

By Denise

I walked out the door today and I was hit by that fall feeling in the air. My first thought is that it was way too early. We have had a very strange summer her in NW PA. The gardens suffered and it made the season move along too quickly. But I also noticed while […]

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Salad Gardens add fresh vegetables and color to small areas

By Denise

With the recent scares dealing with lettuce spinach and other green a Salad garden is a great idea plus it has a great look. Another benefit is that you know your green are very fresh and they can be totally chemical free. Your salad garden can consist of a variety of lettuces, Bok Choy, radishes, […]

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Gardening Problems: Too Much Rain can Damage Crops

By Denise

This summer our weather is wet and the nights are too cool. Summers like this wreck havoc on crops. Plants can get wet feet (too much water near the roots), which stunts the plants growth and production or even kills them. I am seeing a few signs of too much water, one which is pale […]

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Hyacinth Bean Vine adds Color and Interest to your Gardens

By Denise

Vines have long been a favorite of mine to have in the gardens and yard. I think it started with growing gourds, which will vine everywhere. Flowering vines help the gourd pollinate better and add color to the green vines so I started mixing in flowering vines.   It was not long before the Hyacinth […]

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