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Start Seeds Now for Spring Planting

Now’s the time to get a jump start on your spring planting by germinating your seeds indoors while it is still too cold for outdoor planting. Planting your garden from seed is economical, environmentally friendly and rewarding, according to MasterGardening.com. “Starting seeds indoors allows them to start life in a controlled environment, greatly increasing their chances when [...]

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Embrace the Locavore Movement by Joining a CSA

There is nothing like fruits and vegetables freshly picked from the garden but for many growing their own vegetables and fruits is not an option or they can only grow a small amount. I love to grow fresh produce right in my backyard, on my deck and even on the windowsills in my kitchen but [...]

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The Hunt is Over- Hello Spring!

If you are anything like me you are very excited spring has finally sprung!  For me spring is all about new beginnings. The snow melts away relieving a fresh start for all the plants and animals. On my drive into the office today there were signs of spring everywhere. These was an adorable little colt frolicking in the field. Weeping [...]

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Our Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Plant a Tree Trees provide sound buffers, reduce utility bills, improve property values, prevent soil erosion, provide wildlife habitats and freshens the air! If those are not enough reasons then plant a tree for future generations. While trees grow and mature they bring years of beauty and delight to those near. With any luck your grandkids, grandkids will [...]

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Our Favorite Garden Inspired Easter Decorations

Need a little garden inspiration for your Easter and spring decorations? We have rounded up 6 fantastic and simple ideas for your home.   Source: purlbee.com This easter tree is created by force blooming forsythia branches indoors and adoring them with eggs. The eggs are patchwork eggs created by Purlbee, get the full tutorial here – Patchwork Easter Eggs.   Source: domesticease.com Create a [...]

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Mother’s Day Ideas Straight from the Garden

Mother’s Day is the perfect time to thank all the moms in your life; whether it’s a sister, aunt, grandmother, friend, or actually your mom for all they do throughout the year. If that mom happens to enjoy ‘growing their own’ why not give them a gardening gift to make their garden tasks even more [...]

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The Sustainability Tango

A guest post by author Michael Nolan   Organic. Free Range. Sustainable.  We hear and read these words every day and probably use them almost as often but what do these buzzwords really mean and most important, what do they mean to us? First off, in the US, the term organic may or may not mean what you think it does.  The Daily [...]

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Blue Ribbon Organizations: Grow Food Grow Hope

Blue Ribbon Organizations are those organizations that go the extra mile to help their community while having a positive environmental impact. Here on MasterGardening Blog we love supporting a good cause therefore, we will occasionally be featuring these remarkable groups of people so they get the attention they deserve. The very first of these is Grow Food Grow Hope, an inspiring [...]

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Asparagus: Male vs Female

I have been getting a lot of questions about asparagus over on our Facebook page. There seems to be some fear of the asparagus spreading and taking over the garden. Questions about what healthy asparagus plants should look like and what’s the difference between male and female plants. Well I am here to clear up the confusion. If [...]

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Joining Forces With The Regrow Together Project

MasterGardening.com is teaming up with The Regrow Together Project to help breathe life back into disaster stricken yards and gardens across the country. The Regrow Together Project is an organization of gardeners helping gardeners. This growing season seems to be marked by flooding, wildfires, tornadoes, even an East Coast earthquake. Regrow Together Project’s objective is to connect [...]

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