Lettuce & Mixed Salad Greens

lettuce and greens

Popular Lettuce & Mixed Salad greens to grow in your garden. About Lettuce… Lettuce is not known in the wild. The progenitor of the many forms of garden lettuce was probably Lactuca serriola, a common weed that grows in waste places, fields and clearings in Europe, northern Asia and North Africa. The Europeans have developed …

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Traditional pottery is Japanese Tokoname Bonsai Pots still popular

Japanese Tokoname Bonsai Pots

Japanese tokoname pottery is one of the ancient artistry that still exists, and is used by the people of Japan. Being an ancient artistic clay work, it is popular all over the world and used in the form of teapots, flower vases, bowls. The earthen or clay pots have been continued from the prehistoric times. It …

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Mulch for Your Homestead Garden

Organic Mulches Inorganic Mulches Cover Crops and Green Manures Mulching is a practice adaptable to nearly all homestead gardens. To mulch is simply to cover the soil around plants with a protective material, organic or inorganic. Using a mulch for your homestead garden can help in many ways. Mulches reduce weed growth by making conditions …

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Garden Calendar for June 2020

june monthly gardening calendar

Once again, during the busiest month of the gardening year, I bring you… the Garden Calendar for June 2020! Ta Da! Want more weeds? Then don’t pull them! They’ll grow seed heads and spread EVEN FURTHER! Here are a few gems you’ll find… See the full list at June garden calendar for the food garden. …

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Garden Calendar for September

september garden calendar

Don’t forget your Garden Calendar for September. You don’t want to miss anything important! Harvest! If you took the time to plant a fall garden, many good veggies will be ready for harvest this month. If you happen to get more produce from your happy plants than you anticipated, make sure you still get everything …

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