Commonly known as coneflower, Echinacea is a delightful addition to any garden in USDA Zones 3-8.
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This is the time each year (mid to late summer) that the questions arise; “why won’t my tomatoes ripen?” They’re big and green on the vine, but they just sit there.
Look around your garden are there some empty spots? Maybe a spot where the plants didn’t make it, or maybe you have cleared out some veggies already.
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.
• 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.