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Tips to help make growing apples an enjoyable experience.

Growing apples can be tricky, especially in cold regions. Here are tips to help make growing your apples an enjoyable experience.

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Broom Shrub Plants – Where Do Broom Shrubs Grow

Broom plants are common sights long highways, in meadows and in disturbed areas but can get a bit invasive in some areas.

Grow and dry Duckweed for rabbits, poultry, fish and other veggie munching livestock. Duckweed can double in growth every day which gives a sustainable source of food for little effort. Also VERY high protein content.

Grow and dry Duckweed for rabbits, poultry, fish and other veggie munching livestock. Duckweed can double in growth every day which gives a sustainable source of food for little effort. Also VERY high protein content. in case i ever get that hen house

Stella D'Oro Day Lily

Stella D'Oro Day Lilynext to garage.with agapanthus, salvia and candytuft/artemisia

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26 Best Perennial Varieties for Your Garden

Creeping Phlox - Perfect for edging sidewalks and walkways, this slow-growing perennial likes full sun and well-drained soil. Creeping phlox won't become a rowdy neighbor to the tulips, daffodils, and other spring bulbs that look charming planted with it.

Keys to Successful Container gardening: THE MUST HAVES! http://www.backyardpoultrymag.com/successful-container-gardening/

Keys to Growing Vegetables in Pots and Containers

Containers make gardens possible in apartments, on rooftops, driveways and on top of infertile soil. Reaping a bounty is easy, if you obey a few rules.

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It all started with a chicken. A rooster actually. Then came a large garden. After the garden came milking goats. Then a greenhouse, then a root cellar. Then a second garden.  Needless to say within a six-month time frame, I went from having a career, to being a stay at home, full-time homesteader.

Starting a Homestead: Advice for the first year

It all started with a chicken. A rooster actually. Then came a large garden. After the garden came milking goats. Then a greenhouse, then a root cellar. Then a second garden. Needless to say within a six-month time frame, I went from having a career, to b

Instead of building a solid brick or concrete walkway, consider adding a living path to your landscape. It's easy. Just use stepping-stones and tuck low-growing plants between them for a more natural look. Many mat-forming plants are also tough enough to tolerate light foot traffic. And best of all, some varieties will also release a delightful fragrance every time you brush by. Here's a list of some of our top picks for pathway use.

Walkable Groundcovers

Ajuga - ground cover Get detailed growing information on this plant and hundreds more in BHG's Plant Encyclopedia.

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