Colorado Garden Show, Inc. is a nonprofit organization providing horticulture scholarships and grants statewide with proceeds from the annual Colorado Garden & Home Show in February and September's Fall Home Show.
Timber Press has graciously agreed to give a free copy of Why Grow That When You Can Grow This? to one of my readers! To be entered in the giveaway, just leave a comment to this blog post, telling me what the biggest problem plant in your garden is that you still grow for whatever reason. (You can share that too, if you want to!) Also be sure to provide some way for me to contact you if you're the winner. Read more: http://ourlittleacre.blogspot.com/2012/12/why-grow-that-when-you-can-grow-this.html#ixzz2EMzvPCos
- The big, bright-orange fruits look like tomatoes on a tree. They taste sweet and delicious. The trees that bear them love the Southern climate, have no pests, don't need spraying, and are as goof-proof as they can be.
Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) Book Launch Party
Live Event December 16th
December 16th in Fort Smith, AR at the Main Branch Library from 2-4pm. Details and RSVP on the Facebook event page.
Live online launch party December 18th
Live chat and party on December 18th from 7:30-8:30 pm CST is taking place on the Backyard Farming Facebook Page. Click on the Launch Party tab and hear a live reading, questions and answers with the author, and the giveaway winners announced live!
One good way to have a steady supply of healthy, fresh vegetable is to develop an organic garden. It does take some time and effort, though. There are a lot of different kinds of seeds you can choose from. The following tips should help you learn what things to get to grow an amazing organic garden.
Australian plants seem to be leading the pack this season as the latest in wreath-making materials. Leucadendrons galore and all sorts of protea and banksias are combined for spectacular colors and textural forms.
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