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 Byron's World Famous Tea Recipe For Starting Seeds (Entire Thread)
Posted by: Byron 4a/5b NH (My Page) on Tue, Feb 26, 02 at 10:36 I use a weak tea formula. Make a cup of tea, anything that you have. Let it steep for 4 min, then dump it. Make a second cup with the same bag. Let this steep for 4 min.
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 My Stupidest Gardening Mistake - or- We Were Once All Newbies
I stole this thread from the perennials forum. We need to remember that everyone makes mistakes. Enjoy - chrisMD. My Stupidest Garden Mistake...... Posted by NymphaeaRosa Z5/6 NJ (My Page) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 1:30 I'm an 'intermediate'
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 Childhood Memories
This thread came from the 'Gardening With Kids' forum. Enjoy! Childhood Memories, Please! Posted by KarenfromHingham 6a MA (My Page) on Sun, Sep 23, 01 at 22:11 Why are you a gardener? Did it start in your youth? Was there anyone in partic
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 My Stupidest Garden Mistake - or - We Were Once All Newbies
Many thanks to ChrisMD for saving this excellent thread which reminds us that we all make mistakes. Those mistakes are often funny and always a learning opportunity! * Posted by: PattiA6290 7b ) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 8:17 A friend of min
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 Extreme Climate Winter Sowing......the HOT zones: 8, 9, and 10 (native seed list)
Salvia lyrata The list below are plants that have all been found growing and thriving in the wild of the most warmest gardening regions. Many have hybrids that have been bred from them...these hybrids gen
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 Winter Sowing in the MIDDLE zones: 5, 6, and 7 (native seed list)
Fringed Bleeding Heart Here's a list of plants to try for the middle zones of 5, 6, and 7. The weather is less extreme during Winter and Summer than the other regions. Many, many plants will thrive and gro
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 Extreme Climate Winter Sowing.....the FRIGID zones: 2, 3, and 4 (native seed list)
The list below are plants that have all been found growing and thriving in the wild of the most coldest gardening regions. Many have hybrids that have been bred from them...these hybrids generally will be able to also grow
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 Poster Suggestions for Flats to be Made from Recyclables
Assorted recycled flats. Many of these suggestions have been made by forum posters....all it takes is a little imagination and you can turn a cast-off recyclable into a mini-greenhouse. Thanks to all the posters who have contributed their ideas to
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 Annie's Salsa Recipe
Image by: Barnmom 8 cups tomatoes, peeled, chopped and drained 2-1/2 cups onion, chopped 1-1/2 cups green pepper, chopped 3 - 5 jalapenos, chopped 6 cloves garlic 2 teaspoons cumin 2 teaspoons ground black pepper 1/8 cup
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 What are the Benefits of Cover Crops or Green Manures?
Cover crops and green manures are basically the same term. When these plants are alive they are cover crops. When the plants are decaying they are green manures. Green manuring has all the soil benefits of classic composting, plus other benefits:
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 Winter Sown Vegetables
Corn, Beans, and Squash Winter Sowing is fabulous for starting veggies. I've always had problems with direct sowing veggie seeds....the seeds get eaten by birds or critters, or they either dessicate or rot in the soil, or bugs eat the
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 What does a new veggie gardener in New England need?
Image by: pixie_louWonderful basket of cherry tomatoes This is a thread that was posted in the New England Gardening Forum in September, 2013. A few minor edits have been made to correct typos, but otherwise the content is as posted.
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 A Brief Intro to Composting
Types of Composting The first question many beginners ask is 'What is the best bin?' The first question should be, 'What do you want to do?' Look at what materials you want to get rid of or have access to, and how much compost you want or need
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 Allium Family
Image by: wintersownMaturing flower of bunching onion. The allium family includes onion, garlic, chive, leek, and shallot: Allow the plants to flower and do not deadhead them. They will produce globe-shaped flower balls atop a stem held
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 10 Common Mistakes New Gardeners Make
Planting a garden or flower bed might seem daunting when you are a new gardener. Committing the time and muscle is easy. But, if you arm yourself with knowledge and avoid some of the pitfalls of new gardeners, your efforts will be richly rewarded!
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 What are recommended plant spacings?
In the following list, all spacings are according to Mel in SFG (chapter 18) unless otherwise indicated (Mel left a few out!) Basil 1/sqft (Note: WAY too small for some of us in warmer climates! Try 1/4 sqft, or plant 1/sqft and trim
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 What vegetables can I grow in a container?
Technically, you can grow anything in a container, as long as the container is big enough. There are tables on the internet which give root depths for vegetables. If you are looking for smaller root systems for space efficiency, here is a list of
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 Onions from seed....my progress
       • Posted by: mom2ems on Wed, Mar 4, 09 at 10:06
              • 88 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 27, 13 at 6:51
Hello everyone!! I thought I would share with all of you some progress pictures of my onions. I can't find too many pictures of baby onions, so I thought I would share some of my pictures. This is my first year growing onions of any kind. T
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 Growing onions from seed for the first time...need advice
       • Posted by: eaglesgarden on Sun, Oct 11, 09 at 14:58
              • 23 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Feb 18, 10 at 17:07
I live in se PA. (zone 6b) I purchased a Yellow Spanish Onion and Red Burgandy Onion. The seeds will be here this week. Is it better for me to plant them this fall (basically as soon as I get them), and allow them to overwinter and produc
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 Starting onion seeds indoors
       • Posted by: gjcore 5 South Aurora Co. on Thu, Feb 16, 12 at 11:16
              • 22 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Feb 28, 14 at 11:59
I'm wanting to start onions from seed but not real sure what is the best or easiest way to proceed. I suppose I could go with little square containers, place 3 seeds and thin to one. Or could I use one flat of seed starter soil and plant 5 rows or
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