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Gardenerd HQ Fall Test Garden Tour – Dec. 16, 2017

Gardenerd Test Garden Fall

We hope you can join us for our first Gardenerd HQ Fall Test Garden Tour. We’re grateful for mild winters because fall is the best growing season for our favorite crops. Kale, broccoli, lettuces, root veggies, potatoes, peas and more … Continue reading

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Fall is about Patience

File this post under philosophical ruminations. As the holidays careen toward us, we might feel a twinge of anxiety to hurry up and plant the garden, or to harvest, or to shut it down for the season, depending on where … Continue reading

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Sprouting Seed Potatoes

White potatoes get a bum wrap, but they are the most delicious tuber to grow in your own backyard. Not only that, they are easy and fun to grow, especially if you have children. From sprouting your own seed potatoes … Continue reading

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Damping Off – What to do?

The most exciting thing in the garden this time of year is the ritual of starting seeds for fall, but nothing bursts your bubble like damping off. What is damping off? It’s when seedlings are overtaken by a pathogen (a … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: October Gardening

Fall gardening is in full swing. Here are a few prompts for October tasks and enjoyments. There’s still much to do to get the fall garden ready, but we’re enjoying the process. Happy fall gardening to you!

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Fall Garden in Progress – Part 2

Last week we shared what’s growin’ on in our Test Garden. Now let’s look at what the fall garden looks like over at our community garden plot. In just a few weeks it’s transformed from the dry, spent garden of … Continue reading

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Fall Garden In Progress

Some gardens are shut down for the winter, while others are heading in that direction. In warm-winter climates, however, it’s just the beginning of another great growing season. Fall gardens or cool-weather crops are some of the most satisfying to … Continue reading

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