January

January

The Asparagus That Ate Winter!

Grown for its edible stalks, Asparagus is usually planted in January or February, as soon as the soil is not frozen and workable. Asparagus is a perennial vegetable with a high yield – 8...

7 Smart Gardening Resolutions for the New Year

Make this the year of gardening success! It doesn't matter whether you're an experienced gardener or a novice, almost anyone can successfully start and maintain a garden if they plan ahead and follow accordingly. Gardening...

Start The Year With Your New Garden Trellis

A garden trellis is a beautiful addition to any garden. It adds a nice focal point, height, and architecture to the space. It is a nice base layer for climbing plants and a great...

How to Start a Solid Garden Journal for the New Year

“It’s not even spring yet and you’re already talking about that pile of stuff I call my garden journal?” Absolutely!  The most time consuming part is making the journal itself.  This article will help...

Planting in the February Thaw

Although not a regularity, the January thaw happens almost every year, and most parts of the country enjoy a slight rise in temperatures that last about a week before dipping back down again for...

It’s February! Let’s Plan Spring!

February is a good time to begin planting your garden. Be it vegetable or flower, many of the warmer regions around the country can take advantage of early planting at the end of winter....
Vegetables to Plant in January

Vegetables to Plant in January

When you think of the month of January, starting to plant your vegetables is probably not the first thing that comes to your mind. If you live in the southern or west coast of...

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