Category Archives: Getting Started

Gardening in Small Spaces

I left my lush, two acre southern gardens and came north to visit my son and daughter-in-law whose garden is a condo patio. Completely different way to think about gardening. When looking online for small space gardening tips, we came … Continue reading

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What to do in Your March Garden

Spring Gardens Are Waking — Here’s What to Do in March Houzz– Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel and More » Browse Outdoor Products on Houzz- For Example: Fencing · Birdhouses · Garden Sculptures · Outdoor Fountains · Outdoor Chairs · Outdoor Chaise Lounges · Sheds · Swimming Pools And … Continue reading

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The Garden is In!

April 15th, and the entire garden is in! Sweet! Now we water and wait. It will be well worth it. Lettuce, spinach, broccoli, onions, carrots, potatoes, green beans, peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes.

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It doesn’t look like much yet…

  But I’ve planted broccoli, lettuce, spinach, onions, and carrots. We’re on our way to some good eatin’!

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Guilford County Cooperative Extension

What a great day!  We went to the Guilford County Cooperative extension and I went crazy!  My vegetable garden is full but I didn’t care!  All those gorgeous plants! I spent $48 and here’s what I got: 5 1-gallon tomatoes … Continue reading

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Tips for Saving Money in Your Garden

If you live in or near Guilford County, North Carolina, here is a great tip for where to get cheap mulch and a great deal on plants. How cheap? At the Guilford County Cooperative Extension, you can buy 48 plants … Continue reading

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I planted.  I waited. 7 days later, Sprouts!  Lettuce and spinach.  My sister questions why they took so long.  I believe they created a solid foundation and I will have the most amazing lettuce and spinach all season long! The … Continue reading

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