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How To Grow Watermelons

Watermelons like sunny, hot weather. Plant seeds once the chance of frost has passed and daytime temperatures reach 75 degrees Fahrenheit. The ground should be dry and warm. Watermelons thrive in rich soil, so fertilize as needed.

Where To Hang Hummingbird Feeders

With their miniature size and unique ability to hover in mid-air, hummingbirds are fascinating to watch. Many people hang feeders to attract the tiny birds. While hummingbirds usually find backyard feeders without any trouble, some places in your yard are better to hang them than others.

How to Grow Brussels Sprouts

Brassica Oleracea, or Brussels sprouts as we know them, are part of the cabbage family. They are a hardy, slow to mature vegetable that is relatively easy to grow. Low in saturated fat and cholesterol, Brussels sprouts provide a good source of protein, iron, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and potassium, as well as being high in dietary fiber. To grow Brussels sprouts in your garden, follow these tips from the gardening experts at Southern States.

How To Grow Cucumbers

Here are a few tips on how to grow cucumbers. Growing cucumbers is easy, and they're nutritious to eat. They are a great vegetable to include in your summer garden. Visit today and learn how to plant your own fruits and vegetables today.

How to Grow Pumpkins

From a little seed to potentially a half ton or more of fruit, the pumpkin is a symbol of size and vigor that can be grown in your own garden. Pumpkin growing is not difficult or complicated and could be a fun way for saving you dollars at the grocery store this fall.

How to Grow Sugar Beets

Growing Sugar Beets: Sugar Beets, are a larger, sweeter version of its familiar red-rooted garden cousin most commonly grown by commercial producers. Small-scale growers are also using sugar beets as a livestock feed and for planting in wildlife plots to attract deer. Visit today and learn how to plant your own fruits and vegetables today.

How To Grow Rosemary

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 Radishes

Growing radishes is a staple in many backyard gardens that has been enjoyed for generations. Cultivating them is easy because they grow fast, mature quickly and take up little space in the garden. Here are the tips and tricks for growing radishes successfully. Visit today and learn how to plant your own fruits and vegetables today.

How to Grow Beets

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.

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