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  • How to Use Super Hoops
    Use Super Hoops to support garden fabric, row covers, shade netting and bird netting.
  • 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.
  • Using Garden Fabric (Row Covers)
    Protect your garden from cold, heat, insects, and wind — we've got you covered.
  • 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.
  • Willow Garden Accents
    Willow has long been used to make beautiful trellises, fences and other garden structures
  • Season-Extending Techniques
    Add MONTHS to your growing season with row covers, cold frames, pop-up plant covers, and greenhouses.
  • 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 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.
  • Eggplant
    How to seed, grow, and harvest eggplant.
  • Okra
    Okra is the quintessential "Deep South" vegetable. Even so, with some special care, you can grow it successfully in colder zones.
  • Cabbage
    Given cool weather and adequate moisture, cabbage is easy to grow. In the South, cabbage can be grown in the winter months.
  • Overwintering Tender Plants
    From digging up the tubers to bringing the whole plant inside(!), there are many ways to overwinter your tender and tropical plants.
  • Gardening in Raised Beds: Four Tips for Success
    In this 4-part video, our friend and gardening expert Charlie Nardozzi provides tips for success with your raised bed 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.
  • Greenhouse Gardening
    Getting a greenhouse can be a gardening game-changer. How to select a greenhouse that meets your growing needs.
  • Cabbage Looper
    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.
  • Beets
    How to seed, grow, and harvest beets.
  • Protecting Berries from Birds
    Your best bet for protecting your beauteous berries from hungry birds? An easy-to-assemble exclusion cage.
  • Arugula
    How to grow arugula -- from seed to harvest
  • How to Store Carrots
    Here are 3 different ways to keep carrots from your garden fresh.
  • How to Store Beets
    For winter storage, choose beet varieties known to be good keepers. Vegetables store best when they're harvested at — not past — maturity.
  • How To Build a Cedar Raised Bed
    Our Vermont-made Cedar Raised Beds are the perfect DIY raised bed — gorgeous materials, super simple set-up, and available in loads of different sizes.
  • Lettuce (head lettuce)
    How to grow iceberg lettuce, bibb lettuce, Boston lettuce, butterhead and romaine.
  • Pea Weevil
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • 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.
  • Greens You Can Grow Fast!
    Learn which edible plants you can grow indoors and have ready for harvest in as little as 10 days.
  • 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.
  • Tarnished Plant Bug
    Techniques for prevention and control of tarnished plant bugs and their nymphs that feed on fruit.
  • Carrots
    How to grow carrots with beautiful colors and satisfying crunch.
  • Mosaic Virus
    Mosaic virus can affect more than 100 different fruit and vegetable crops — learn the symptoms.
  • 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.
  • 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 Grow 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.
  • Rabbit Controls
    As absurdly cute as they are, rabbits can wreck a garden overnight. Watch and learn how to protect your crop.
  • 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.
  • Winter Squash
    How to grow winter squash, from seed to harvest.
  • Make Room For Kale
    Finally shaking its reputation as a lowly salad bar garnish, kale has become trendy in the kitchen and the garden.
  • Keeping Animal Pests Out of Your Garden
    What is a nature-loving, generally peaceful gardener to do when voles, woodchucks, squirrels, gophers, rabbits, moles, and other small mammals wreak havoc on our gardens?
  • When to Start Your Seeds
    Eager to start your seeds? Here is a quick guide to timing your seed starting.
  • Grow Camp FAQs
    Give your garden a home with a Grow Camp, an easy-to-set up tent.
  • Kale and Collards
    A tale of two greens: kale and collards.
  • Fusarium Basal Rot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • Colorado Potato Beetle
    Techiques for prevention and control of Colorado potato beetles in your garden.
  • Root Maggot
    Techniques for prevention and control.
  • 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.
  • Grow Tomatoes from Seed
    Tomatoes are quick to germinate and fun to grow. Learn how to start your own tomatoes from seed.
  • Six Ways to Accelerate Your Tomato Harvest
    Looking forward to that first ripe tomato? Here are six ways to get a jump on the growing season.
  • How to Start Seeds
    Start your garden from seed -- with the right grow light and some simple equipment, seed starting can be fun and 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.
  • Bring Flowering Bulbs Indoors
    When winter's chill forces the gardener to move indoors, windowsills come into bloom.
  • How to Choose Flower Supports
    A quick guide to stakes, poles, and other plant supports. If you have a few of each kind on hand, you'll be ready for the season's challenges.
  • 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.