Gardening in partial shade doesn't mean you're destined to go through the summer minus fresh garden vegetables. By making the most of what you have, you can harvest lettuces, peas, and other tasty veggies from spring through fall. Gardening In Partial Shade | Deep Roots at Home

Gardening in partial shade doesn't mean you're destined to go through the summer minus fresh garden vegetables. By making the most of what you have, you can harvest lettuces, peas, and other tasty veggies from spring through fall. Gardening In Partial Shade | Deep Roots at Home

Think of August and September as a time to do spot cleanup ~ a little like when you rinse off the mustard spot on your sleeve rather than wash the whole shirt.  I can’t turn gnarly, dried leaves back to green, but I can try to pretty up the place with some targeted mulching and toss spent plant debris into the compost bin. It will make for greater visual enjoyment in late summer and fall and reduce hiding places for pests and disease. August & September Gardening To-Do ListDeep Roots at Home

Think of August and September as a time to do spot cleanup ~ a little like when you rinse off the mustard spot on your sleeve rather than wash the whole shirt. I can’t turn gnarly, dried leaves back to green, but I can try to pretty up the place with some targeted mulching and toss spent plant debris into the compost bin. It will make for greater visual enjoyment in late summer and fall and reduce hiding places for pests and disease. August & September Gardening To-Do ListDeep Roots at Home

Tips for dividing plants by Beauty and Bedlam.com The time to divide most plants is in the spring or fall. There are a few compelling reasons to do this in[...] #gardentips

Dividing Plants

Tips for dividing plants by Beauty and Bedlam.com The time to divide most plants is in the spring or fall. There are a few compelling reasons to do this in[...] #gardentips

Have a shady space in your garden? Or you have a shady balcony? Utilize it by growing vegetables and herbs there. Learn about the edible plants that grow in shade.:

Edible Plants that Grow in Shade

Have a shady space in your garden? Or you have a shady balcony? Utilize it by growing vegetables and herbs there. Learn about the edible plants that grow in shade.:

This is a great guide for how to grow lettuce. It contains information from the varieties you can grow all the way through how to store your harvest. It even has recommendation on which lettuce seeds to try. If you want to get started growing your own lettuce at home this garden guide is a great place to start.  I know these tips will help me get my lettuce off to a great start in my garden.

Growing lettuce in your backyard garden can be easy when you know how

This is a great guide for how to grow lettuce. It contains information from the varieties you can grow all the way through how to store your harvest. It even has recommendation on which lettuce seeds to try. If you want to get started growing your own lettuce at home this garden guide is a great place to start. I know these tips will help me get my lettuce off to a great start in my garden.

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The Garden Sunlight Guide

Remember if you use this infographic on your website, you must have a link back to this page and our home page http://www.desima.co

Grow green onions in water.  Easy method for regrowing green onions from your garden or the grocery store!  #eatingrichly

How to Grow Cut Green Onions -

Grow green onions in water. Easy method for regrowing green onions from your garden or the grocery store! #eatingrichly

Good companions for blueberry bushes - rhododendrons and California lilacs - attract bees - maybe basil and thyme

Acid Loving Companion Plants for Blueberries

Good companions for blueberry bushes - rhododendrons and California lilacs - attract bees - maybe basil and thyme

companion planting. use beneficial combinations of plants to produce strong veggies and keep pests away!

companion planting. use beneficial combinations of plants to produce strong veggies and keep pests away!

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