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How To Grow Rosemary

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Rosemary is a hardy plant and it will do well in most types of soil, but in order to thrive it will need lots of sun, good drainage and good air circulation. You should consider these gardening tips to insure success in your herb garden.

How to Grow Beets

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Great fresh, pickled, frozen and canned, the beet root is a power-packed vegetable that provides a good source of iron, folic acid, manganese and potassium in the diet. The familiar red-rooted varieties are the most common, although growers can find yellow, orange and even white varieties as well.

How to Grow Sweet Corn

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With proper care, space and growing conditions, sweet corn can thrive in a backyard garden right alongside tomatoes and zucchinis. Fresh corn on the cob is a summer delight that’s sweetest when it’s just picked, a perfect reward for the effort!

Starting Seeds Indoors (How To)

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Start a garden early by sowing seeds in containers indoors. Any container that drains well can be used, but many gardeners prefer peat pots or pellets placed in flats or plastic flats with many sections that are sold specifically for the purpose.

How To Grow Garlic

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Garlic, a member of the allium family, which includes leeks, shallots, and onions, has long been known for its health giving properties, being of benefit from anything from acne to blood clots. Better still it tastes great and is a boon in the home kitchen for a variety of uses.

How To Grow Pole Beans

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How to Grow Pole Beans: Pole beans are bountiful plants that are easy to grow, making them a garden favorite. Choose from our many seed varieties and add some to your garden this year. Visit SouthernStates.com today and learn how to plant your own fruits and vegetables today.

How To Grow Onions

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How To Grow Onions: The soil for onion sets should be well drained and firm. Onion sets should be planted in early spring, before the last frost date, usually in March or April. The onions need cooler temperatures at the beginning of their growing cycle and will not be harmed by frost. Visit SouthernStates.com today and learn how to plant your own fruits and vegetables today.

Garden Planning

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Tight family budgets and a desire for healthier food motivated many people to try their hand at gardening for the first time this year. With your first growing season under your belt, you’ve probably do some things differently next year. Review these suggestions to learn how to improve your garden next year.

Starting Seeds Indoors

Garden
Start a garden early by sowing seeds in containers indoors

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