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Planting Garlic: Great, Not Late

by Polly Composting

Planting garlic: great, not late if you put it in the ground right now. Garlic is hardy (remember, it grows in Siberia)! Harsh  weather conditions will stunt its growth and make it less resistant to insects and disease. If you want great garlic,  you need to encourage it to be strong. It is all about the  […]

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Borage: Looks Good Enough To Eat

by Polly Composting

Borage, famous for its bright blue flowers and cucumber-scented leaves, adds beauty to gardens and boasts a long tradition as a companion plant to strawberries and tomatoes

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Rock Dust For Bigger, Better-Tasting Veggies & Showier Flowers

by Polly Composting

Rock Dust 
provides slow release of trace minerals, 
Increases microorganism growth,builds more soil & 
Increases nutrition in plants and crops

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Q & A: Rhododendron. Beautiful Change

by Polly Composting

What do you need to know about Rhododendron? Here are some Q & A that will help you in growing beautiful Rhododendron plants.

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When Is A Pea More Than A Pea? When It’s A Sweet Pea, Colorful & Fragrant!

by Polly Composting

In the language of flowers a sweet pea means “delicate pleasure”. I love these little colorful and fragrant flowers from the legume family and they bring a smell of success to my organic garden. Sweet peas have been cultivated since the 17th century. English gardeners call Sweet Peas the Queen of Annuals. These attractive annuals […]

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