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7 Perennial Vegetable Garden Plants to Enjoy Now & Later

7 Perennial Vegetable Garden Plants - Plant once and enjoy harvests year after year with perennial vegetables. Love the detailed post on how to plant and take care of these!

When to plant: Zone 7

Look up you Hardiness Zone and get a vegetable planting schedule! Zone 7 Vegetable planting calendar describing approximate dates to start vegetable plants indoors and outdoors relative to specific USDA P.

Everything you ever wanted to know about growing Strawberries at home.

"Whether you choose straw (as in this garden) or black plastic, mulch is a must to keep fruit clean. Here you can see berries in various stages of growth, from flower to green to ripe.

Worried that you can't have a vegetable garden because your yard has too much shade? Here are 10 edibles that you can grow in the shade!

Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade

A shady backyard doesn't mean you need to miss out on growing your own tasty veggies at home. Take a look at these delicious vegetables that grow well in the shade.

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Tips and Tricks to Keep Your Plants Blooming

Tried this tip today and it really seems to work. Red bell pepper glowing with health! :D Lots of other neat tips on the same page. :)

15) Storage tips for your harvest

Short term storage tips Tried this tip today and it really seems to work. Red bell pepper glowing with health! :D Lots of other neat tips on the same page.

10 Fruits  Vegetables You Can Plant Once -- And They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year

10 Perennial Fruits Vegetables (You Can Plant Once & They Will Keep Coming Back Every Year)

Cleaning up the garden in the fall can be a bit confusing, especially when it comes to cutting back perennials. Should you leave them alone or cut them back as soon as they fade? The answer, of course, depends on the plant.

Cutting Back Perennials in the Fall

Cleaning up the garden in the fall can be a bit confusing, especially when it comes to cutting back perennials. Should you leave them alone or cut them back as soon as they fade? The answer, of course, depends on the plant. - My Lene Gardens

Trendy microgreens are a simple solution to getting more vegetables on your plate this winter. They can run $30-50 a pound at the store; here's how to grow them at home for PENNIES. It's like having a tiny little vegetable garden inside.:

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Trendy microgreens are a simple solution to getting more vegetables on your plate this winter. Here's how to grow them at home for PENNIES, rotating the plantings for a perpetual harvest. It's like having a tiny little vegetable garden inside

Asparagus is a wonderful perennial veggie that can produce for 20+ years. Grow it! Put it to bed properly for the Winter to ensure a good next growing season.

Asparagus is a wonderful veggie that will return year after year when cared for properly. Learn how to put it to bed for winter with this guide, courtesy of Daddy Kirbs.

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