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Plant a Colorful and Enjoyable Cutting Garden

    There is nothing like a house full of fresh flower arrangements to brighten your day. When planning your garden this year consider adding a cutting garden. Flower arrangements can be expensive and uninspiring but with a cutting garden you can keep your house full of fresh flowers throughout the growing season. Cutting gardens are great [...]

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Community Gardening- Life on the Balcony Style

Hello Everyone! Here at MasterGardening we are big fans of a blog called Life on the Balcony which is a terrific resource for any gardener with space issues. Fern, an award winning blogger, gives tips, tricks, projects and ideas for container gardening. Her latest project is a community container gardenonline! Garden enthusiasts across the globe will be growing the same [...]

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Not Your Grandpa’s Garden: Thinking Outside The Row

Close your eyes and picture a vegetable garden. Chances are you just saw a rectangular bed with neat and tidy rows of green- just like grandpa’s, your mother’s and your neighbor’s gardens. When starting a new garden it is easy to go straight to the old standards and overlook the beauty that can be achieved [...]

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Gardening for Apartment Dwellers

Special Guest Post by Mike Lieberman A lot of the information out there when it comes to gardening is geared towards homeowners or those that have lots of land. Unfortunately at this time in my life, I am neither of those That doesn’t mean that I can’t garden and grow my own food. It just means that [...]

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A Very ‘Green’ Greenhouse

Last week we introduced you to our friends at Grow Food, Grow Hope, a wonderful AmeriCorps* VISTA project in Wilmington, Ohio. Today the Grow Food Grow Hope VISTA volunteers are back to show you an inventive use for your plastic pop or soda bottles. Going from this      ————————————————      to this! Guest Post by: Jessica Braun, Grow Food, Grow [...]

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Preparing the Garden for Old Man Winter

Cool weather is here to stay and that means cleaning up the lawn and garden for a long winters rest. Fall cleanup doesn’t have to be the time and labor intensive task you dread with a good plan. First things first, clean out the vegetable beds. Remove all dead or dying plants and pluck the last [...]

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Garden Spotlight- July 2011

July always starts with a bang as  family and friends celebrate Independence Day with bbq, fireworks and lawn games. Most of our gardens are now in full swing with hot summer days feeding plants loaded down with green tomatoes and a bright riot of colorful flowers. To help celebrate all those beautiful gardens we have initiated our [...]

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Garden Spotlight – August 2011

A new month is starting again and that means we have a new Garden Spotlight winner! We feature a different garden each month picking from garden photos submitted by our readers and loyal customer. Congratulations Cathy Lafrenz your garden is the winner of our August Garden Spotlight! Cathy we will be getting your MasterGardening.com gift card right out to you! Here [...]

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Garden Spotlight – September 2011

August has come to a close and this past weekends Labor Day celebrations have brought the unofficial start of fall and a new Garden Spotlight winner! We had a ton of entries this month! While the winner is selected by employee vote, I would like to share with you a few of my personal favorites! Portia [...]

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Garden Spotlight – October 2011

October is here! Which means dropping temperatures, Halloween, fall crops and a new Garden Spotlight winner! We feature a different garden each month picking from garden photos submitted by our readers and loyal customer. Congratulations Kathy Hellman your garden is the winner of our October Garden Spotlight! Kathy we will be getting your Deluxe Apple Slicer Corer Peeler right out [...]

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