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Composting

Did you know that in Canada, since 1995, Composting has been granted an Awareness Week? True. May 4th to 10th, annually. Be sure to check out worm composting if you think you’d like ...

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Gardening Tools

Easy Gardening: Pink Flowers

There are actually very few gardening tools you need, but certainly many that you can own to make the job easier! Spade Trowel Watering Can Hose …and you’re good to go! That is, ...

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Garden Tool Basics

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After spending a few hours on this hot summer day in my country garden, I realized there are a few basic garden tools I skipped right by. This is a continuation of a ...

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Garden Soil Preparation

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Garden soil preparation has got to be the hardest part of growing your own vegetable garden when you want to get the most out of your garden. This can be hard labor to ...

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Growing Tomatoes

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Growing tomatoes is one of my favorite activities during the spring, summer and fall months. If find the tomato to be easy to grow, versatile in recipes, a breeze to freeze, can be ...

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Garden Maintenance

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Caring for a growing vegetable garden requires that you look after them on a daily basis. Not only do you have to make sure that they are watered, but you also have to ...

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Grow Raspberries

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If you’ve mastered the art of growing your own herbs and vegetables in your country garden and are ready to try your hand at a perennial that keeps on giving for many years ...

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Growing Squash

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Are you thinking of growing squash in your country garden? Do you know the difference between winter squash and summer squash? Have you allotted enough room? With all the varieties, which squash will ...

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Living Off Your Country Garden

Parsley seedling from the greenhouse.

If the prices at the grocery store are getting to be too much for your budget it is time to start thinking about growing your own in a fresh country garden. Even if ...

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Consider Heating With Natural Gas

Energy efficient natural gas. When building, if you can't afford solar or wind, consider propane or natural gas.

In the United States approximately 23% of all energy consumption is via natural gas. When we rebuilt the farm house (after the fire took everything) we had limited resources so we couldn’t go ...

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