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Gardening with Potatoes 101

By | February 17, 2021
Potatoes
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Spring is here and it is the time of year to start planning and planting your vegetable garden. One of the most beloved vegetables you can plant is the potato. Potatoes are low in calories and fat, but also high in potassium, vitamins, and minerals.  Incorporate seed potatoes into your vegetable garden this spring How to Grow Seed Potatoes What is…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Clematis

By | February 11, 2021
Diamantina Clematis
Diamantina Clematis

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With their tendrils and sensational blooms, clematis vines are something from a fairy tale. Clematis blooms vary in color, shape, and size. The flowers are unique and showy, which makes them such a popular climbing vine. Once established clematis will live for many years, however, getting them established can take some work. Our complete guide to growing clematis provides information…Read More

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January Garden Ideas and Plans

By | January 14, 2021
Fall Varieties
Fall Varieties

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January is one of the last months I think of as a time to be in the garden. Perhaps it’s the cold and bare landscape of the state of Wisconsin that I live in that prevents me from gardening. However, not all people are located in a frozen tundra. Yet, for many gardeners in the United States, the winter months…Read More

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Forcing Hyacinths For Indoor Blooms in 8 Simple Steps

By | January 6, 2021
Mixed Hyacinths
Mixed Hyacinths

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How to Force Hyacinth Bulbs Most fall-planted bulbs (such as tulips, daffodils, and hyacinth) require a chilling period in order for them to bloom and grow correctly. In climates where the winter temperatures remain cold enough for an adequate period of time (zones 2 through 7), this chilling period is provided naturally when bulbs are planted outdoors. However, if planting…Read More

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Best Spring Blooming Bulbs for Warm Climates

By | December 17, 2020
Big Impact Allium
Big Impact Allium

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Who doesn’t want to enjoy the colors and scents of spring in their garden? In spring most gardens in the United States will bloom with colorful tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. However, not all gardens are able to enjoy the same flowers as others due to regional climate differences. Fall planted bulbs like tulips and hyacinths require specific temperatures in order…Read More

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Complete Guide to Growing Hyacinths

By | November 27, 2020

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Hyacinth bulbs bloom in mid-spring with fragrant clusters of flowers. They are popular for growing in the garden as well as indoor forcing. Hyacinth blooms have a rather intoxicating fragrance that is hard to miss. Blooming in a variety of colors these spring favorites fit well in clusters as well as the front of the border. For fragrant blooms that…Read More

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10 Sensational Daffodil Combinations

By | November 5, 2020
Yellow Daffodils, Red Tulips and Muscari
Yellow Daffodils, Red Tulips and Muscari

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One of the top flower bulbs for fall planting are daffodils. People love planting daffodils because they are easy to grow, deer resistant, and return to their garden for several years. Daffodils are some of the earliest flowers to bloom in spring. While daffodils can certainly be planted alone or in mass, they really shine when planted with other spring-blooming…Read More

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