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Don’t Let Heavy Rains Get Your Garden Down

All the rain of the past few weeks has me thinking of all the great products that help me keep the garden growing in the worst weather and those that I wish I had! While our area was luckily to have avoided the worst of Irene and Lee our garden is still a waterlogged squishy [...]

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Bats: Our Nocturnal Garden Helpers

When it comes to insects most gardeners can use all the help they can get fending off these unwanted insects. One great garden helper that most never think about is bats! Bats can eat 1000 mosquitoes in 1 hour! That’s great news for any outdoor enthusiast. In addition to mosquitoes a bats diet consists of [...]

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Featured Product: Moss Rocks!

Moss Rocks! have arrived! I am pretty excited about our newest product here at MasterGardening.com- Moss and Stone Gardens- Moss Rocks! These handmade ceramic containers are pre-planted with beautiful and lush dicranum moss that will bring a little spring to your home year round, even during the long winter months. via Moss and Stone Gardens The best [...]

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Destination of the Month: Longwood Gardens

Dating back to 1728 and attracting almost 900,000 visitors last year, Longwood Gardens is one of the premier garden destinations in the United States. 1,050+ acres of gardens, meadows and woodlands make up the grounds of Longwood Gardens which offers year round events, performances, and themed and seasonal attractions. The conservatories at Longwood cover 4.5 acres [...]

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Holiday Wish List Deal #1 – Kitchen Composter Filters $1

As promised, a special deal for our loyal e-followers!  Replacement filters only $1 (a $5.95 value) with the purchase of thiskitchen composter!  Use coupon code Holiday1 at checkout!

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Composting Tips

By Teresa Odle There is no better material for your vegetables and ornamentals than compost. And it’s cheap, easy to produce and earth friendly. Like any gardening activity, it takes a little planning and work up front, but once you get going, it’s easy and productive. A helpful article on Composting 101 provides basic information. This post helps [...]

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Gardening Tip: Compost Tea Ice Cubes

When watering indoor house plants avoid the mess by placing a few ice cubes on the soil. The ice cubes will melt slowly giving your plant time to absorb all the water. Make the ice cubes nutritious for your plants by freezing compost tea in ice cube trays. Water and feed in one simple, mess [...]

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How to Compost and Reinvent Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

Source: google.com via Anne on Pinterest   Thanksgiving is just 2 weeks away! There is one thing about any Thanksgiving that just doesn’t change, whether you will be spending the holiday with your family, friends or maybe just your sweetie. Maybe you go traditional with turkey, stuffing and all the fixings while some will go a more modern route with lasagna, tofu-turkey or [...]

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Growing My Way? A Seed Starting Adventure

Spring is around the corner and gardeners everywhere are scouring seed catalogs and websites deciding just what plants will make it into their gardens this spring. Everyone here at MasterGardening have been working hard adding tons of new products to our site in preparation of the growing season, researching the latest techniques and trends, and marking [...]

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Growing My Way?: Day Seven

Last week we started our MasterGardening.com company garden by planting seeds indoors. 7 days later our Yellow Onions and Beefsteak Tomatoes are doing great. We have lots of little seedlings breaking through the dirt. However, our Jalapeño Peppers are just now starting to show; in fact the first tiny sign of life presented itself this morning. The mini-greenhouse seed tray and grow light [...]

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