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Tomato Blight: Organic Treatment for Early and Late Blight

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Visual Companion Planting Chart (Guide) - Companion Planting -- just not for helping your plants make friends, but to help your plants grow to the best of their ability by having great neighbors to help them along! Give your garden plants new best friends!

Companion Plant Visual Chart for your Garden

Visual Companion Planting Chart (Guide) - Companion Planting -- just not for helping your plants make friends, but to help your plants grow to the best of their ability by having great neighbors to help them along! Give your garden plants new best friends!

Tips for Growing Spinach in Your Garden

How to Grow Spinach including how to grow spinach from seed, how to transplant spinach seedlings, when and how to harvest spinach plants.

Build Your Own Salad Table

In my ideal world I would skip out the backdoor into my luscious yard and pick a few leafy greens and vegetables out of my organic garden for a lovely summer’s dinner each night. But in reality, I am just trying to make sure I water my plants without starving or drowning them on a daily basis. So building a salad table just might save the day.

Growing Jerusalem artichokes (aka sunckokes) in containers. These edible tubers look like sunflowers but are quite invasive and nearly impossible to get rid of, so keep them in a container- the bigger the better. Easy harvesting is another nice bonus!

Herb Drying Rack: ~Thyme: infection/fever tea ~Marjoram: culinary (Italian seasoning blend) ~Stevia: homegrown sweetener ~Lavender: I can't seem to grow enough. ~Lemon Balm: sedative, calming, and anti- depressive herb used in teas or bath soaks. ~Oregano: infection fighter, culinary (Italian seasoning blend).:

Some plants, like marigolds, can be planted alongside your garden vegetables to attract beneficial insects or deter insect pests. Photo by Rachael Brugger (HobbyFarms.com)