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This Volunteer Plant Popped Up In My Garden - Do You Know What it is?

This Volunteer Plant Popped Up In My Garden - Do You Know What it is? Every year volunteer plants pop up in my garden. Sometimes I simply pull the volunteer plants like a weed and discard, and other times I let them grow since they are not intruding on my more “valuable” vegetables and herbs that I am growing. This year, one volunteer in particular popped up, so I let it grow. I let it grow because it is located on the outside of my garden fence, and I just figured the rabbits would eat it. Apparently the ...

How to Get Free Vegetable Seeds for Your Home Garden - First Come first serve while supplies last

How to Get Free Vegetable Seeds for Your Home Garden - First Come first serve while supplies last I get asked on occasion, Mike, what do you do with any extra seed packets that you have leftover from the Seeds of the Month Club? Do you donate the seed packets? Do you throw the Seed Packets away? Or, Do you simply give them away? All great questions, and all with simple answers. Yes, No, Yes. I’ll explain more below ...

Grow Tomatoes in 5 Gallon Buckets if Your Garden Space is Limited

Grow Tomatoes in 5 Gallon Buckets if Your Garden Space is Limited Space the final frontier, of gardening that is. Many do not have a lot of space but that should not stop you from growing the tomatoes you love to eat. With the help of an inexpensive 5 gallon bucket and good potting soil you can grow just about any variety of tomato that you like. I purchased my 5 gallon bucket for my tomato plant at a local Sears. Sears, remember them? In any event, the bucket cost $2.50, but you can get one just ...

#269: Turn Your Garden Into a High Yield and Profitable Vegetable Producing Business

#269: Turn Your Garden Into a High Yield and Profitable Vegetable Producing Business In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with the Urban Farmer's Curtis Stone to teach us how we can turn our backyard vegetable garden into a high yield, high producing and profitable business. Curtis will teach you the 5 techniques that you need to know in order to make money from your backyard vegetable garden and why technique number one is the most important. From there he will teach us how to get ...

#268: Growing Edible Flowers in Your Home Garden with Expert Michael Perry

#268: Growing Edible Flowers in Your Home Garden with Expert Michael Perry Did you ever think you can eat the flowers that you are growing in your home garden? In today's episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show, Mike chats with expert Michael Perry of Mr. Plant Geek about different varieties of flowers, many of which are readily available in your area, that are also edible ...


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