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January Gardeners Dream & Scheme
January can be a tough month for some people. Here in New England it’s cold, snowy, and icy one day…
Soâ¦â¦ we have already covered Sowing Seeds and How to Take Cuttings. Now in our gardening series on back to basics, we will look at what you need to do with your young plants to keep them happy and growing.. The basic terms used in transplanting are putting offâ, when…
Some of the gardens we worked on this summer.
The garden today on September 1st
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Rhubarb is a large leafed plant with edible stalks that grows like a bad weed any where that it gets the opportunity to be planted. Unfortunately rhubarb is a vegetable that often gets neglected when it shouldn’t. Rather than being harvested along with the…
Cilantro leaves have a flavor that most people either love or hate. But even if you think this bright, cool season herb tastes like soap, you should still consider growing a few plants in your garden, because cilantro and the spice coriander both come from the same plant, Coriandrum sativum. In the United States most people grow this delicious, multi-purpose herb for its leaves, but its delicious Coriander seeds are entirely worth harvesting and taste nothing like cilantro leaves.