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You may be saying "bye bye" to your tomatoes, there's still harvesting that can be done in the fall and winter. Here's a list of the best plants to try for cooler weather growing.
Do your seeds need a helping hand? Learn how to get the most from your garden!
Violets are edible, and are often used to decorate salads, or sprinkled over fish or poultry. They are also often candied in sugar and eaten on their own or used to decorate pastries, or distilled into a sweet syrup used to make violet-flavored treats or liqueurs.
Learn more about January's official flower, the carnation.
Learn more about the official flower of November, the chrysanthemum.
Learn about the history and lore surrounding October's birth flower, calendula.
Learn about the folklore and legends behind larkspur, July's official birth flower.
Make a little extra room in your garden or a few flower pots and build your herbal tea garden with these easy tips.
Grow your own calorie-free sweetener! Learn how to add Stevia to your garden plans.
Here's a list of veggies to start now for an abundant fall harvest!