Planning Your Vegetable Garden

Winter may not have a lot of outdoor opportunities for gardeners, but it is a great time to reflect on the past growing season.

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The Charm of Growing Beans

These warm season crops don’t need much, and most gardens have the space for this tasty crop.

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Crop Rotation – a Square Dance for Your Plants

Crop rotation is vital for maintaining a healthy garden year after year, no matter the size of your plot.

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The Joy of Tomatoes

Here are the answers to some of the most asked or questioned things about the state fruit of Ohio.

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More Cold Weather Vegetable Crops

Read on for suggested cold weather vegetables and tips for their care.

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Cool Weather Vegetable Garden Crops

The following vegetable crops tolerate the cold and can be grown in the spring and again in the fall.

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Perennial Vegetables and Herbs

Asparagus, rhubarb, chives, Greek oregano and thyme fall into this category.

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How to Avoid Transplant Shock

Plants have the best survival rate if transplanted when they are dormant, in the late fall or winter.

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Weeds: the Unwanted Plants

Understanding weeds can help with their eradication from the garden.

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Vegetable Container Gardens

With the right container, and a little bit of time devoted to watering and fertilizing, homegrown vegetables can grace your dining room table.

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