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Garden Vocabulary: Parasite/Parasitism

This Garden Vocabulary series seeks to introduce and explain to you — and in many cases, myself — words and terms associated with gardening. Please let me know if  there are any terms you would like me to explore. You can leave your ideas in the comments section and we can learn together! Parasite/Parasitism “Parasitism is a […]

Garden Inventory: Lemon

Garden Inventory is a series where I begin an inventory of all the plants and trees in my garden. Along with some of my own pictures, I will link to various sources of information about each plant and tree so we can learn a little more together. I would also like to highlight your special plants […]

Photo: Container Strawberries

Here are two photos of the strawberries coming ripe in my container garden. Read more on this topic: Video: Container Vegetable Update 010 – Basil and peppermint and spinach and strawberries! Video: Container Garden Update 14 – Strawberries and more! Video: Container Garden Update 017 – Strawberries and preparing a recycled container into a seeding […]

Video: Container Garden Update 017 – Strawberries and preparing a recycled container into a seeding flat

Strawberries are almost ready to eat and watch as I turn a croissant container from the grocery store into a seeding tray complete with greenhouse top. Can’t see the video above? Watch “Container Vegetable Garden Update 017” on YouTube Watch the “Container Vegetable Garden” Playlist for all related videos More info on growing strawberries: Growing Vegetables […]

Video: Container Garden Update 016 – Strawberries ripening

Strawberries are starting to ripen while other pots idle along. Can’t see the video above? Watch “Container Vegetable Garden Update 016” on YouTube Watch the “Container Vegetable Garden” Playlist for all related videos More info on growing strawberries: Growing Vegetables in Containers from Better Homes and Gardens Vegetable Gardening in Containers and Small Spaces from About.com […]

Garden Vocabulary: Fruit

This Garden Vocabulary series seeks to introduce and explain to you — and in many cases, myself — words and terms associated with gardening. Please let me know if  there are any terms you would like me to explore. You can leave your ideas in the comments section and we can learn together! Fruit In botany, a […]

Interesting Plant: Georgia Rattlesnake Melon

Mentioned by @joetree415 during this week’s #gardenchat (1/14/2013) Download Transcript of this chat Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon More information on Dianthus: Georgia Rattlesnake Melon from Burpee Seeds Georgia Rattlesnake Melon from Sustainable Seeds Georgia Rattlesnake Melon from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Previously in the Interesting Plant series:  Dianthus Barbathus “Green Ball” or “Green Trick” Coleus “Religious Radish” Black Forest Calla […]

TomatoU tele seminar series from Tomatomania and Ardenwoods Edibles

Join Tomatomania and Ardenwoods Edibles for TOMATO U, a three part TELESEMINARFebruary 11, 18 and 25JOIN US! sign up at:http://www.ardenwoodsedibles.com/teleseminar/tomatou/ Learn everything you’ll need to know about growing tomatoes in three 90-minute class meetingsaccess via phone or your computer — handouts — Q&A opportunity and some special goodie giveaways. Read more on this topic: Updated: Coming […]

Video: Container Vegetable Update 010 – Basil and peppermint and spinach and strawberries!

In this update, Basil and peppermint and spinach and strawberries! An overview of the containers since I moved them into a sunnier spot. Can’t see the video above? Watch “Container Vegetable Garden Update 010” on YouTube Watch the “Container Vegetable Garden” Playlist for all related videos Please like this video and/or subscribe to my channel […]

Video: The Peterson Garden Project in Chicago, Illinois

  The Peterson Garden Project is a not-for-profit organization (Chicago, IL) looking to inspire everyone they meet to grown their own food and community. If you love the taste of a homegrown tomato, are curious about growing food yourself, and would like to make urban gardening the norm, not the exception — then they’re looking […]