By Conrad Richter
Everyone seems to want to grow herbs these days. And why not? Herbs pay triple dividends in good looks, good flavors, and good scents. The magic of freshly chopped chives...more
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For the past 14 years, NGA has been delivering great gardening information to home gardeners across the country in our Regional Reports e-newsletters. We're proud to have been able to help folks be successful growing everything from vegetables and fruits to landscape plants and orchids. But now we'v ...
August is the time to sow fall crops of kale, lettuce, and spinach. Amend the soil with a compost and sow seed. Keep well watered. If it's very hot, cover the bed with shade cloth until the seed germinates.
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