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Going Natural - 5 Tips For New Organic Gardeners

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Gardening is a very satisfying activity and most of us have had some experience with it. Almost everyone has planted a seed even in a tiny cup and has watched it grow. But gardening is a lot harder than just sprinkling seeds on untended soil, hoping that these would grow into vegetables or fruit-bearing plants. If you want better yield and if you prefer to utilize an organic planting process, you have to be aware of the work that needs to be done. For new gardeners who are striving to grow better pesticide-free plants using eco-friendly methods, here are a few tips that you might find helpful.

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How To Keep Your Garden Fresh In The Texas Heat

Help your garden in the Texas Heat

The Texas summer's soaring mercury and lack of precipitation can wreak havoc on even the most carefully tended gardens. However, the harshness of the summer months need not be a death knell for your plants. To keep them from falling victim to the season's arid conditions, follow these tips:

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Top 5 Edibles for Your Container Garden

One of the year's hottest trends in gardening is to combine ornamentals and edibles in one garden space and container gardening makes that easier than ever. When gardening in a small space it is important to look for plants that are compact in size, will give you a large yield, and feature unique colors and shapes.

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