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Category: Vegetables

Bring Summer Indoors While we love the harvest season, we hate to see our fresh produce and blooming flowers disappear until next year. But we can hang on to summer well into the cooler months by storing and preserving all that we’ve grown. Here are some tips from Botanical Interests on bringing your garden bounty…
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Beautiful broccoli, luscious kale, flavor-enhancing leeks, exotic winter radishes, and other cool season vegetables are all signs of fall! Cool season vegetables, especially those with longer days to maturity (time from sowing to harvest) are better when grown in fall, because the weather is reliably cooler than spring, which can heat up fast. Even though…
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Some Onion Hints

It is onion time here in Central Texas, so I thought I would provide some Onion guidance. This is a good article that deals with onions from seed and starters. Onions   Onion seeds should be started indoors (with the exception of the South) 10 to12 weeks ahead of your average last spring frost, and transplanted…
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January here in Central Texas can be cold and full of freezing surprises.  There are plenty of garden chores that you can do to keep yourself in that gardening mood. Disconnect hoses from exterior faucets. If frost precedes an extended period of freezing weather, shut off water to spigots. Drain any water remaining in the…
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Fresh off the truck! A new delivery of organic vegetables and herbs has arrived at Geo Growers.  All are organic and available in 4″ pots.  Buttercrunch Lettuce,   Sweet Basil, Black Beauty Eggplant, and Jalapeño Peppers. Come get yours while they are available.  
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