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  • Using Garden Fabric (Row Covers)
    We've got you covered. There are plenty of ways to protect your garden with garden fabric.
  • Lettuce (head lettuce)
    How to grow iceberg lettuce, bibb lettuce, Boston lettuce, butterhead and romaine.
  • Cabbage Looper
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Aster Yellows
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Our Front-Yard Vegetable Garden
    We believe you can garden just about anywhere — including right outside our office door! Check out our raised bed planting plans.
  • Nematode
    Beneficial nematodes are microscopic predators that destroy the larvae of many common garden pests. But there are also nematode species that feed on the roots of plants and foliage.
  • Beets
    How to seed, grow, and harvest beets.
  • Arugula
    How to grow arugula -- from seed to harvest
  • Tarnished Plant Bug
    Techniques for prevention and control of tarnished plant bugs and their nymphs that feed on fruit.
  • Grasshopper
    Techniques for managing grasshopper populations in the garden.
  • Mosaic Virus
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Celery
    How to seed, grow, and harvest celery.
  • Cabbageworm
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • How to Grow Microgreens
    With just a few simple items, you can grow microgreens at home. It only takes a few weeks to harvest your first crop, and you can do it all on a sunny windowsill.
  • Tip: Save Time With 'Sheet Composting'
    Put your fall leaves to work and build a new garden bed in the process!
  • Food You Can Grow Fast
    Some edible plants grow faster than others. Learn which ones you can plant indoors for harvest in as little as 10 days.
  • Blister Beetle
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • When to Plant
    Before you DIG IN that soil, first consider the variety you are planting and both the air and soil temperature.
  • Compost Troubleshooting Tips
    If your compost isn't cooking, review these tips to get things going again.
  • Celery Leaftier
    Techniques for prevention and control of this caterpillar that chews on leaves of celery, beets, and other crops.
  • Rat
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Carrot Rust Fly
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Japanese Beetle
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Broccoli
    Broccoli is an ideal plant for raised bed gardens. It thrives in consistently moist, rich soil, doesn't require any special care or attention and is very productive.
  • Attracting Birds
    How to attract a variety of birds to your yard via feeders, birdbaths, and essential habitats.
  • Root-Knot Nematodes
    Nematodes feed on the roots of a wide variety of plants, including tomatoes, celery, beans, and spinach.
  • Cucumbers
    Cukes are hot-weather plants, so plant when the soil is at least 65 degrees. In warm parts of the country you can put seeds directly into the ground; in short-season areas, you should start seedlings indoors a couple weeks before putting them out into the garden.
  • How to Tell When Melons are Ripe
    One of the best things about growing your own melons, is that you can pick them at the peak of flavor. Learn how to tell when your melons are just right.
  • Instructions for the Deep-Root Seedstarting System
    How to set up your seedlings for success with our Deep Root Seed Starting Kit.
  • How to Grow Lettuce Indoors
    With the right amount of light, it's fairly easy to grow lettuce indoors, all through the winter.
  • Cauliflower
    Garden-fresh cauliflower is a delicious treat, but for a small raised bed, it’s a bit of a luxury crop. Unlike its productive cousin broccoli, cauliflower produces only one head per season (and no side shoots) and it takes up just as much space.
  • Keeping Coyotes at Bay
    A few simple techniques for keeping coyotes out of your garden.
  • Gardening Techniques for Dry Weather
    Techniques to help plants survive periods when rainfall is insufficient.
  • Fusarium Basal Rot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Club Root
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • How to Grow Salad Greens All Year
    Don't let your hardiness zone limit your garden greens! Choose the right crop variety and create the right microclimate — and get ready for delicious, home-grown salads almost every day of the year.
  • Grow Geraniums from Seed
    "There is no trick to growing geraniums from seed," says Valerie Ryan, who grows dozens of seedlings each year. "Patience and care is all that is needed."
  • Grow Carrots in a Grow Bag
    Using our Grow Bags, you can grow a crop of crisp, sweet carrots right in a container.
  • Preventing Bird Damage in the Garden
    As gardeners, we love our feathered friends, but don't always appreciate them in the veggie garden.
  • Cabbage
    Given cool weather and adequate moisture, cabbage is easy to grow. In the South, cabbage can be grown in the winter months.
  • Small Gardens with BIG Attitudes
    With smart plant picks you can create a masterpiece worthy of a garden magazine's cover shot - even in a small space.
  • How to Attract Bug-Eating Birds
    There are lots of great reasons to make your yard and garden more welcoming to birds. But here's one more: pest control!
  • Season-Extending Techniques
    Add MONTHS to your growing season with row covers, cold frames, pop-up plant covers, and greenhouses.
  • Gather Gifts from the Garden
    Summer is the time to gather and prepare flowers and herbs so you'll have plenty of homegrown materials for crafts and gifts later in the year.
  • Pollinator Garden Plan: Bees
    This garden puts out the welcome mat for honey bees, native bees, and other beneficial insects. While the bees are sipping nectar and collecting pollen, you'll enjoy a beautiful raised bed garden that produces flowers in every season, spring through fall.
  • Rabbit Controls
    As absurdly cute as they are, rabbits can wreck a garden overnight. Watch and learn how to protect your crop.
  • Carrots
    How to grow carrots with beautiful colors and satisfying crunch.
  • Fall Soups
    Summer veggies make for great for fresh salads, but fall is the time for garden harvest soups.
  • Four-Lined Plant Bug
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Grow in the Cold With a Cedar Cold Frame
    A customer came to us with a GREAT idea to extend the growing season, and our design team decided to take it to the next level.
  • Potatoes
    Growing potatoes can be easy. One small chunk of potato, planted in the spring in rich soil, can yield 1-6 pounds of potatoes by summer's end.
  • Mother Nature wants YOU to Join a Community Garden
    Good things happen in gardens when people come together to nurture something beautiful. Join community gardeners across the nation in growing good food for yourself and your neighbors.
  • How to Build a Rain Garden
    Form meets function in a rain garden. Manage stormwater runoff from surrounding roads and buildings, while also bringing gorgeous color to the landscape.
  • After the Fall, Get Shredding
    What to do with all those fall leaves? Shred them and then rebuild your garden soil with them!
  • Cucumber Beetle
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Pollinator Garden Plan: Hummingbirds
    Bring hummingbirds to the garden with this planting plan, which features bold red, orange, and magenta blooms in brilliant hues.
  • Asparagus Beetle
    These quarter-inch beetles and their larvae feed on young asparagus spears; damaged spears often develop blemishes and a shepherd's crook appearance.
  • Put Fall Leaves to Work
    How to turn fall leaves into fuel for next year's garden.
  • Thrip
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Corn Rootworm
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Kale and Collards
    A tale of two greens: kale and collards.
  • Composing a Spring Bulb Garden
    How to compose a springtime garden that features wave after wave of blooms.
  • Choosing the Right Mulch for Vegetable Gardens
    There are dozens of techniques for mulching your vegetable garden. For best results, match the mulch to the crop, weather, and soil type.
  • Raccoon
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Using Shredded Leaves
    How to make the most of one of nature's free soil builders.
  • Companion Planting
    Learn how growing different combinations of plants will benefit one another.
  • Grow Tomatoes from Seed
    Tomatoes are quick to germinate and fun to grow. Learn how to start your own tomatoes from seed.
  • Sheet Mulching
    Sheet mulching - sometimes called "lasagna mulching" - converts grass to a nutrient-rich garden bed, ready for planting.
  • How to Grow Ranunculus and Anemone
    Ranunculus and anemone are some of the most exquisite blooms to grace the garden. Growing either of these beauties takes a little prep but don't despair, we'll show you how!
  • Soil Regeneration
    At Gardener's Supply, we believe that healthy soils are the foundation for healthy gardens, healthy people, and a healthy planet.
  • How to Thin Out Crowded Seedlings
    When faced with a flat of crowded seedlings, use a scissors to thin them out.
  • Calendula
    Calendula is an edible flower that's especially easy to sow and grow -- almost foolproof.
  • Creating Privacy
    Tips for making your backyard, porch, balcony or patio a little more private.
  • Lettuce (leaf lettuce)
    The key to having a good supply of high-quality lettuce, is to plant a few seeds every two or three weeks during the growing season.
  • How to Select the Right Seed-Starting System
    When starting seeds indoors, you'll want to use the right growing medium and be sure to provide adequate light. But what sort of container will you plant the seeds into?
  • Growing Tuberous Begonias
    With up to 8-inch, showy flowers that bloom from summer to fall, tuberous begonias provide all-season color in even the shadiest corners of the garden.
  • How to Use Super Hoops
    Use Super Hoops to support garden fabric, row covers, shade netting and bird netting. Protect your crops from pests, insects, diseases and extreme weather.
  • Attracting Wildlife
    How to create a backyard habitat for wildlife, such as birds, frogs, pollinators and fish.
  • Pea Weevil
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Squash Vine Borer Prevention and Control
    Techniques for prevention and control. Includes a video on how to remove squash-vine borers.
  • Late-Summer Planting Yields Fall Vegetables
    Seeds germinate fast when the soil is already warm from that summer sun. For delicious fall crops of spinach, lettuce, peas, kale, and broccoli, late summer is the time to plant.
  • 5 Easy Ways to Hurry Spring
    Impatient for spring? We are too - in the meantime, here are some simple tasks to prepare for the growing season.
  • The Harvest Homestretch
    Late summer is the seventh-inning stretch of the vegetable garden; time to step back and reassess. Here are a few tips from an old pro on how to score big harvests in the end.
  • Secrets to Great Soil
    How to make sure your soil is rich in beneficial micro-organisms that keep plants thriving, pest-free and beautiful.
  • Colorado Potato Beetle
    Techiques for prevention and control of Colorado potato beetles in your garden.
  • Protect Your Garden From Deer
    We love our backyard deer, but we don't always like what they do to our gardens. We share our favorite deer-repelling tips and deer-resistant plants.
  • How to Make Simple Syrup
    Add zesty sweetness to sodas and cocktails. Here is a simple recipe for simple herb-infused syrup.
  • Navigating the Midsummer Garden Doldrums
    If you and your garden have entered the midsummer doldrums, here are a few tricks to perk you both up.
  • Leaves are This Gardener's Gold
    Leaves are This Gardener's Gold
  • Quick, Easy Techniques for Preserving the Harvest
    If you find yourself with more vegetables than time, here are a few of the super-quick, after-work solutions for saving some of summer's bounty for cold winter days.
  • Eggplant
    How to seed, grow, and harvest eggplant.
  • Protecting Berries from Birds
    Your best bet for protecting your beauteous berries from hungry birds? An easy-to-assemble exclusion cage.
  • Bok Choy
    Bok Choy is a heavy feeder. It needs rich soil with plenty of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
  • Fennel
    Fennel grows best in full sun and rich soil that gets plenty of moisture and has a near-neutral pH. That said, fennel is quite forgiving of less than perfect conditions.
  • How to Start Seeds
    Learn how to start seeds -- with the right light and some simple equipment, seedstarting can be fun and easy!
  • Brussels Sprouts
    Brussels sprouts have a long growing season, so cold-climate gardeners almost always start out with transplants rather than seeds. Set the young plants out into the garden once the weather has settled, soon after the last frost.
  • Leafhopper
    Techniques for prevention and control of leafhoppers.
  • How to Grow Herbs
    New to the world of herbs? We get you started with selecting, starting, and caring for herbs.
  • How Solar Lights Work
    It's easy to see why outdoor solar lighting is all the rage: no electricity required, no wiring. You can install it yourself.
  • Meet One of Our Dutch Amaryllis Growers
    Westland, in The Netherlands, is ideally situated for growing premium-quality amaryllis bulbs. Ben has been working at the company his father started in 1957 since he was 17.
  • Mesclun
    Mesclun is a mixture of various quick-growing greens that are harvested when they're young and tender.
  • Be Bold With Tulips
    When it comes to tulips, plant generously. Trench-planting method makes it easy.
  • Fresh Ideas for Green Beans
    When backyard beans are plentiful, use these recipes and techniques to ensure that you'll never tire of another harvest.
  • Peas
    Peas are are one of the first things you can plant in the spring. With careful attention timing, you'll be harvesting in early summer.
  • Root Maggot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • How to Grow Gladiolus
    These classic flower spikes have been adorning summer gardens and bouquets for generations! Learn how to plant, care for, and harvest bold, beautiful gladiolus.
  • Do More with Less Lawn
    Shrinking your lawn can be both beneficial and beautiful. Here are 5 garden designs that help you lose some lawn.
  • Watering Plants While Away
    Here are some ways to help plants thrive while you're away, so you can come home to healthy gardens and happy houseplants.
  • Create a Monarch Waystation
    Monarchs are in trouble because of the elimination of milkweed that used to grow in farm fields. Grow a patch of milkweed in your backyard, which will provide food for monarch caterpillars.
  • How To Plant Garlic
    We show you how to plant garlic so your garden and kitchen will never be without.
  • Fall Landscape Cleanup Dos and Don'ts
    Rethink your fall landscape clean-up with wildlife and soil health in mind.
  • How to Recognize Plant Stress
    Wilting plants? Blackened foliage?
  • Make Your Own Tomato Sauce
    Start with a great basic recipe for tomato sauce. Then, customize it to make your own specialty of the house.
  • Make Goat Cheese at Home
    Making your own chevre is easy when you start with the Deluxe Cheese-Making Kit, which contains almost everything you need. Just add goat's milk.
  • How to Grow Basil Indoors
    It's easy to grow basil indoors, as long as you provide warmth and light. Start from seed and you'll always have a fresh crop on hand.
  • How to Plant a Terrarium
    Learn how to create a colorful indoor garden in this step-by-step guide. In less than an hour, you can plant a terrarium.
  • Making Pepper Jelly
    Preserving in jars is simple and foolproof.
  • Growing Berries and Asparagus in Raised Beds
    Dreaming of a backyard berry patch? An asparagus bed?
  • How We Grew Our Business
    We began with a mission that's exactly the same today as it was 35 years ago: To spread the joys and rewards of gardening, because gardening nourishes the body, elevates the spirit, builds community, and makes the world a better place.
  • Raised Bed Buying Guide
    New to world of raised beds? Let us show you around the many sizes, shapes, and materials to choose from.
  • Seed-Starting Buying Guide
    Whether you're new to seedstarting or looking for fresh ways to grow your healthiest plants, we have supplies and systems that ensure success. Learn how to choose the right one for you.
  • Asparagus
    How to plant, grow, and harvest asparagus.
  • Cucumbers in Containers
    Although cucumbers have sprawling vines, you can grow them in containers. The key is to choose a compact variety and train those vines up a trellis.
  • Edible Landscaping
    Vegetables and fruits don't need to be hidden away in a back bed - include edibles all throughout your landscape for both flavor AND beauty.
  • How to Grow Asparagus
    If you love asparagus and want to grow some yourself, waste no time in getting an asparagus bed planted.
  • The Top 3 Rules for Tree Care
    When dry weather continues for an extended period, landscape trees depend on homeowners for water. Learn when to water and how to do it.
  • Growing Tomatoes from Seed to Harvest
    Tomato plants are one of the easiest plants to start from seed. Watch and learn how to grow your own fresh tomatoes.
  • Make Room For Kale
    Finally shaking its reputation as a lowly salad bar garnish, kale has become trendy in the kitchen and the garden. You can grow kale in almost any zone and even compact gardens have room for kale - it's just a matter of choosing the right variety.
  • How to Grow Lilies
    How to plant and grow Asiatic Lilies, Oriental Lilies and more.
  • About Reforest Teak
    Learn about the Reforest Teak line of furniture.
  • Be a Grower, Not a Mower
    Reduce the size of your grass lawn and create a beautiful, low-maintenance landscape.
  • When to Start Your Seeds
    Learn how to create a seedstarting schedule. By starting seeds at the proper time, you'll have strong, well-rooted transplants when spring arrives.
  • Making Leaf Mold
    Learn how to turn fall leaves into a soil-enriching mulch.
  • How to Grow Potatoes in our Potato Grow Bag
    Want to grow potatoes on the patio? We show you how!
  • Troubleshooting Tomato Problems
    What's wrong with my tomatoes? Learn how to diagnose and treat tomato problems.
  • Easy, Homemade Spa Gifts
    Shower friends and family with garden-inspired bath and body treats using fragrant essential oils
  • Understanding the Plant Hardiness Zone Map
    Hardiness ratings are handy guidelines that can help you select perennials plants, trees and shrubs.
  • Prevent Winter Damage to Trees and Shrubs
    Extreme cold isn't the only challenge faced by woody plants; in fact, plants hardy to your region should endure normal winter temperatures just fine. However, winter can wreak havoc on landscape plants in other ways.
  • Making Perfect Pickles, from Cuke to Crunch
    Tips for making the BEST pickles. *Hint: It starts with great cucumbers.
  • Growing Bulbs Indoors
    When winter's chill forces the gardener to move indoors, windowsills come into bloom.
  • Restoring a River Valley:
    Over the years, Gardener's Supply has successfully incubated and supported a number of complementary enterprises with improve-the-earth-through-business missions. Today, the approach is being exported to other countries.
  • Asparagus Recipes
    How to cook with just-picked asparagus, including recipes for a savory tart, roasted asparagus, chive sauce and asparagus soup.