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  • Update Soekershof, South Africa

    'Tag' a celebrity in a blog and get the hits (1200+ in 20 hrs for 007). Our marketing is primary Internet related; combined with word of mouth and media exposure. It brings us more than 80 percent of the visitors (around 20 percent solely on account of Internet). In the… More

  • Oyster shell "mulch" effect on soil ph

    ...s, and pine straw. We've recently re-designed the garden of our new home for a more tropical look; palms, bird-of-paradise, agapanthus, heliconias, etc. In the previous home, pine straw was obviously the mulch of choice because of the many… More

  • Hello from Southern Indiana

    Hello, I am in southern Indiana, Bloomington to be exact. I think we are in Zone 5b/6a. I am a native New Englander (Maine) and have parents and grandparents with green thumbs. We always had vegetables, perennials, shrubs, etc. We've been in our house (in the 'burbs = small yard)… More

  • News from Soekershof, South Africa

    ;) 'Tag' a celebrity in a blog and get the hits (1200+ in 20 hrs for 007). Our marketing is primary Internet related; combined with word of mouth and media exposure. It brings us more than 80 percent of the visitors (around 20 percent solely on account of Internet). In… More

  • From AcraMax Gardening Email Tips on getting rid of UNWANTED Pests

    ...aking spring, it promises to be a banner year for garden pests. I'm bracing myself for the onslaught. The slugs are rearing their ugly heads already, so I've been wearing thick-soled shoes whenever I visit my gardenMore

  • Canning In The 4 & 6 Quart Pressure Cookers

    I emailed Presto (I have 2 of their 6 qt cookers) - got an email and a tel call. You can use pressure cookers for canning - two points - do not use over 3000 ft altitude - and use the instructions for canning in pressure COOKERS specifically. They emailed… More

  • Growing Bromeliads Epiphytically

    ... Bromeliads Epiphytically in the Subtropical Home Garden Most bromeliad growers cultivate their plants in pots under shade cloth or some form of protective structure. This is necessary when climate conditions do not replicate the bromeliads' natural habitat. However, for those lucky enough to live in a subtropical climate as… More

  • Tomato Festival Cookbook with Recipes and Other Information

    I received the Tomato Festival Cookbook for my birthday last month. Here is some information on Lawrence Davis-Hollander and a few recipes. Gary Lawrence Davis-Hollander is the Director and founder of the Eastern Native Seed Conservancy. He was trained as a botanist and ecologist at Connecticut College and has conducted… More

  • Great Looking, but is it worth the price?

    ...been looking into making, or possibly buying some gardenMore

  • Hi from Western Oregon!

    ... have to say that I really enjoy spending time on gardenGuides learning new things to incorporate into my garden. Anyone else from Oregon? (Go Beavers!!!) My husband and I are just starting our first garden together. So far, we have some radishes, rhubarb… More

  • jasmine

    ... leaves and is looking very sorry for itself. The gardenMore

  • Gardening Magazine for some of the Southern states.

    ...A. MS. OK. TN. VA., you can go to www.statebystategardening.com and check out Gardening magazines for your individual state. The more knowledgeable gardeners may not be to impressed with them but those just starting out may like the extra help,… More

  • Hello from Sunny Southern California

    ...o learning more about plants, soils and container gardening. I have stumbled my way through a pretty good start, but I want to expand my collection and learn about new and unusual flowers that will grow in my region. Thanks. Debbie More

  • plectranthus in Zone 5?

    ...and overwintering these lovely plants in a colder region such as Ohio, Zone 5? More

  • Trying to find a book on Organic Gardening

    ...w then and the title may have been simply Organic Gardening. It had information about the French intensive method of planting, companion planting, interplanting and had zone information for… More

  • Weather... weather or not.

    :surprised: How's the weather doing in your region? Here in Mn.,in my area, it's been DRY ! Had a shower the other night, but still have to water a lot. We are seeing lettuce & spinach now, though. Should have radishes soon, if I've thinned them enough. We have a… More

  • Need help with hibiscus cuttings, please.

    ...deal of new, healthy regrowth. The climate in the regionMore

  • Garden journals and Regional threads

    How are we doing this? More

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