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Feeding your hungry Clematis for beautiful blooms

Pruning Clematis: Clematis is called the queen of climbing vines, but her highness needs a yearly pruning to bestow those masses of flowers. Here’s how and when to do it. | From Organic Gardening

How to Grow Clematis - Gardener's Supply

How to Grow Clematis: A well-grown clematis in full flower is a sight to behold.... Clematis prefer moist, well-drained soil that’s neutral to slightly alkaline in pH. If your soil tends to be acidic, you should sweeten it periodically with limestone or a little wood ash. Companion plants, such as this pale-purple baptisia, keep the clematis' root-zone cool.

How to Grow Cantaloupe

How to Grow Cantaloupe - Tips for growing cantaloupe, including how to plant cantaloupe seeds and cantaloupe seedlings, and how to harvest cantaloupe.

Want a plant to brighten a dull corner of your yard? This may be it! There hasn't been this much buzz about a plant in years! People have been clamouring for a re-blooming lilac for years and 'Bloomerang' delivers with a dense, compact plant with an intense mid May bloom followed by more deliciously fragrant bloom cones throughout the summer and fall, and it attracts butterflies, too! Mature ht 1.5 m (4 to 5 ft).

Instead of using commercial fertilizers and plant food, why not use some scraps from your kitchen that would otherwise end up in the trash or compost bin to amend and improve your garden soil naturally? Inexpensive and easy, these are my favorite ways to get my garden ready for spring planting. Eggshells, banana peels, Epsom salts, coffee grounds. Find out more at http://www.fresheggsdaily.com/2016/06/7-ways-to-improve-your-garden-soil.html

The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow - A garden designer recommends eight plants that provide reliable good looks without a lot of work | finegardening.com

Seeds for a Really Early Start

Start your organic garden now! There's many seeds that can be started in January, despite it being cold. Grow seedlings now, then transplant to your organic garden.