The blueberry is a wonderful fruit rich in Vitamin C, E and dietary fiber. Due to its popularity, there is a growing interest among gardeners to plant blueberries in backyard gardens.
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• What happens when a plant bolts? In most gardening climates there’s a transition period when the cool temperatures of spring start to give way to the warmer days of summer.
Cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts, kohlrabi, Pac Choi and Mustard greens are all members of the same family- the Barassicas.
Commonly known as coneflower, the Echinacea is a delightful addition to any garden in USDA Zones 3-8.
When warmer weather arrives after a long winter, many gardeners are only too glad to trade in their screens and gadgets and get outside to do some garden prepping, planting, weeding and watering.