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  • How to Grow 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.
  • Stir Fry Garden 2x8
    Enjoy a feast of fresh bok choy, broccoli, scallions, carrots, beans, peppers, zucchini and eggplant for healthy stir-fries, soups and spring rolls all summer long.
  • Stir Fry Garden 2x4
    Chop up a healthy mix of bok choy, broccoli, scallions, carrots, beans, peppers and eggplant for stir-fries, soups, spring rolls and other fresh dishes.
  • All American
    A bountiful garden of easy-care favorites to please young and old alike. Fresh and juicy tomatoes, sweet peppers, green beans, broccoli, salad greens, and more.
  • 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.
  • Cabbage Looper
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Bacterial Soft Rot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • 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.
  • Companion Planting
    Learn how growing different combinations of plants will benefit one another.
  • Root Maggot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Cabbageworm
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Extend the Harvest With Fall Crops
    Planting fall crops is a great way to get the most out of your garden space; with just a little planning, you can extend the harvest into the fall and even winter.
  • Kale and Collards
    A tale of two greens: kale and collards.
  • Alternaria Leaf Spot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Wirestem
    Wirestem gets its name from the damage it causes to plant stems at the soil line. The stem shrivels and becomes wire-like, leading to wilting and death.
  • Blackleg
    Techniques for prevention and control of the blackleg fungal disease on cabbage-family plants in your garden.
  • Second Plantings
    When you garden in raised beds, it’s easy to keep every square foot in production from early spring right through summer, fall and early winter.
  • Cutworm
    Techniques for prevention and control of cutworms.
  • Saved! A Front Yard Vegetable Garden in Quebec
    New front yard vegetable gardens are sprouting up all over, and gardeners are finding themselves championing causes beyond fresh broccoli and sun-ripened tomatoes.
  • Large-Capacity Rain Barrels Solve One Gardener's Water Problem
    On a hillside northwest of Los Angeles, firefighter Mike Nava takes us on a tour of his lush, rain barrel-fed garden.
  • Harlequin Bug
    These small, shield-shaped bugs with bright red, orange, or yellow markings suck plant juices from leaves, stems flowers, and fruits, causing yellow or white blotches on leaves, distortion of plant parts, stunting, and dieback. They favor all plants in the cabbage family, including broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and Brussels sprouts.
  • She Raised Her Beds for Gardening Success
    Raised beds provide this Cincinnati family with winning gardens.
  • Double Your Harvest with Succession Planting
    Regularly seeding and rotating your crops will extend your growing season and make the most of a small garden space.
  • Success With Potatoes
    Despite a small, shady yard, cool weather and some challenging wildlife, Cindi Coffen is able to produce an abundant potato harvest.
  • Help Your Garden Endure Hot Weather
    There are plenty of plants out there that love the heat (looking at you tomatoes and zinnias), however our cool-weather crops may need a little help during high temps.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • How to Select the Right Seed-Starting System
    When starting seeds, you'll want to use the right growing medium and provide adequate light. But what sort of container will you plant the seeds into?
  • Urban Vegetable Gardening
    With the right containers, raised beds, and potting mix, you can grow a huge amount of veggies in a tiny space.
  • Most Bugs are Good Bugs
    Most garden visitors -- more than 95 percent -- are either beneficial or benign.
  • What to Plant
    Fill your garden with the types of flowers, vegetables, fruits, and herbs YOU love!
  • When to Plant
    Before you dig in that soil, first consider the variety you are planting and both the air and soil temperature.
  • "Big Box of Fun!" Elevated Beds Bring Maine Garden to New Heights
    Occasionally we get the chance to visit customers, and Patricia Zinkowski's exuberant review of our Eco-Stained Elevated Cedar Planter Box caught our eye.
  • 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.
  • When to Start Your Seeds
    Eager to start your seeds? Here is a quick guide to timing your seed starting.
  • 7 Tips for Diagnosing Plant Pests
    Insect pests coming after your plants? Time to be a garden detective and look for clues.
  • Growing Older, Growing Smarter
    By using the right tools and techniques, gardening remains within reach at any age.
  • 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.
  • Gardening in Zones 7-10
    Tips and tricks for gardeners growing in our warmest climates.
  • What The Weeds Tell Us
    Read your weeds! Weeds can provide gardeners with clues about soil type, drainage, and more.
  • Saving Seeds
    This year's seed holds next year's harvest!
  • Garden Crusader: Katie Stagliano
    Meet Garden Crusader Katie Stagliano of Summerville, South Carolina
  • Working With Nature to Minimize Pest and Disease Problems
    Your garden is an ecosystem — here are seven ways to strike a balance between pest control and a healthy garden.
  • Rabbit Controls
    As absurdly cute as they are, rabbits can wreck a garden overnight. Watch and learn how to protect your crop.
  • 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.
  • How to Grow Microgreens
    With just a few simple items and a few short weeks, you can grow microgreens at home.
  • Using Garden Fabric (Row Covers)
    Protect your garden from cold, heat, insects, and wind — we've got you covered.
  • Season-Extending Techniques
    Add MONTHS to your growing season with row covers, cold frames, pop-up plant covers, and greenhouses.