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Gardening Articles: Latest Tips and How-Tos for Gardeners

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Are you ready to take your gardening game to the next level?

I cover gardening topics ranging from tips for starting a garden from seed, advice on choosing the right plants for your climate and soil, to interesting ways to save time in your garden.

Whether you want to start your first garden or expand your gardening knowledge, you’ll find helpful articles here!

Gardening topics you’ll find on my blog

My goal is to write the best gardening articles that help both beginner and experienced gardeners.

So, whether you’re looking for easy flower garden ideas for beginners or more advanced vegetable gardening tips and tricks, I’ve got you covered!

Here are the most popular gardening topics I cover:

  • Vegetable garden tips.
  • Flower gardens.
  • Garden design ideas.
  • Square foot gardening tips.
  • Seed starting.
  • Spring garden tips.
  • Fall garden tips.

Vegetable gardening tips

Want more fresh produce? Get helpful advice on how to get started with vegetable gardening, from soil preparation to harvesting your bounty!

woman planting in her June garden

What to Plant in June 2024: How to Grow a Successful Garden

With the warmer weather and longer days, June is the perfect month to get out in the garden. And it’s not too late to plant! But it can be tough to know what to plant in your garden this time of year. You want to plant the right things at the…
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How to Grow Eggplant in Your Square Foot Garden [+Free Chart]

Eggplant is the perfect addition to your square foot garden! Its neat, tidy habit and short stature mean you can find a spot to grow eggplant this year even if you have only a few square feet to spare. And if you’re a warm-region gardener, you have what it takes to make…
a woman planting flowers in her garden in march

What to Plant in March: Helpful Guide Makes Planting Easy

The garden in March is defined by transitions. It’s the month when winter yields to spring. We finally get to harvest the first green salad leaves, pull the first weeds, and we keep our fingers crossed for a quick end to mud season so we can actually get some gardening done! As the…

Flower garden ideas and tips

From quick projects for beginners to more advanced gardening techniques, these ideas and tips will have your neighbors oohing and ahhing over your handiwork in no time!

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June Gardening Tips: How to Grow Your Best Garden in 2024

June is a busy month for gardeners. There’s so much to do in the garden, from planting vegetables and flowers to weeding and watering. It can be tough to know where to start… That’s why I’ve put together this handy guide to what you should do in your garden this…
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How to Plant Bulbs in the Fall for a Stunning Spring Garden

When you first see a flower bulb, it can be hard to imagine the glorious show they’ll put on next season. They can seem unimpressive. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, they’re dry, covered in papery skin, and seem as lifeless as a moon rock. But inside that…

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