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Knowing What USDA Hardiness Zone

Knowing What USDA Hardiness Zone

Gardening is much more that planting a seed.  The first item you need to know is what zone you live in.  Spring it the time for planting but how do you know when to plant.  How will the summer heat impact your garden productivity.  How much rain can we expect in our area. When will

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Gardening with Children Because Every Child Belongs in a Garden

As the saying goes, more than a seed is planted in a garden. Children can learn not just about how natural systems work in a garden—what critters and plants live where and what do they need to survive, but also about themselves. Helping plan, plant and tend a garden can cultivate attributes and life skills

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