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New York City is considered the most densely populated city in America. With over 8 million mouths to feed, it’s no surprise that some are looking for new ways to provide high-quality, locally-grown produce within city limits.
Growing your own herbs is a great way to add flavor and spice to your meals and save some money at the same time. And if you collect the seeds that herbs produce, you can plant them next spring to cre...
Want to save money by watering less and have a garden that needs very little attention? Try planting a drought tolerant or native perennial garden this season. Below I have listed some of my favorite perennials.
Bathing the Amaryllis. One of my favorite fall projects is planting up a variety of Christmas and Spring blooming Amaryllis, but before I put them into pots, I soak their roots for a scant 20 minutes in Cow Manure Tea, from Authentic Haven Brand.
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