Category Archives: Vegetables and Fruits

Get a Hot Start on Cool Season Veggies

a picture of young seedlings in a tray

Can’t wait to get out in the garden?  You can start sooner and have easily grown produce if you plant cool season vegetables!  By Mara Higdon (This article was first published in The Gateway Gardener Jan./Feb. 2011 issue) Can’t wait to get out in the garden?  You can start sooner and have easily grown produce if you plant cool season

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Mix Up Your Beds and Borders

By Barbara Perry Lawton (This article was first published in The Gateway Gardener May 2006 issue.) Traditional gardeners and garden designers often create each garden bed and border with a single focus, with an emphasis on a particular group of plants. As a result, we often have perennial borders, annual beds, rose gardens, herb gardens and other “Johnny-One-Note” gardens. While

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