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June, 2013 | Organic Gardening 365
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Archives for June 2013

14 Time-tested, “Listen to Your Grandmother” Questions You Must Answer BEFORE You Decide What Fruit to Grow in Your Organic Garden

You’ve got your tomatoes, squash and beans, cucumbers and peppers, your eggplant and a nice variety of herbs in your garden. And a whole bunch of other cool stuff. But are you growing any FRUIT? Okay, okay, we can have the fuss about whether a tomato is a fruit or not (technically it is, but […]

Get Your Kids to Help You in the Garden

I hope you’ve been well and have found a few minutes to take for yourself in all the business and the demands of your day. When I was a stay-at-home dad for ten years, I felt like I never had enough time to myself; there was always too much to do. Three growing kids kept […]

14 No-nonsense Tips for Successful Organic Container Gardening

Have you bought any garden books lately? If you’ve been to the bookstore (I miss Borders, don’t you?) or shopped on Amazon for gardening books, you’ve probably noticed a veritable deluge of new books about container gardening. I just checked Amazon and quit counting at 59. But there were 90 more pages of listings. Talk […]

How to Choose the Worm Composter That’s Right for You

Okay, it’s the dead of winter and there’s a foot of snow outside. A freezing rain descends and covers everything in your garden with a sheet of ice. The problem is, you just made a delicious soup and have all those wonderful vegetable trimmings you would normally put in your compost pile. But there is […]