Spring

Harvesting herbs is dependent on the type you are growing and the plant part you intend to use. For example, when harvesting mint, you’ll just be picking the leaves. In other cases, you may be picking the flowers or seeds. As a general rule, herbs grown for their leaves should be harvested before they flower. […]

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Herbs can be grown indoors or outdoors. Indoors herbs have the advantage of a year-long growing season as well as ease of use (no heading outside to weed!). The disadvantage of growing herbs indoors is that they are generally less productive and less flavorful. Of course, the opposite is true for plants grown outside – […]

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With the forsythia blooming or ready to bloom that means the crabgrass seeds at the surface of your lawn will be germinating too. Time to put down your pre-emergent to prevent the crabgrass seeds from germinating.   Corn gluten meal is a yellow granular meal created as a by-product during a milling process of corn. […]

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