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Know Your Soil

by Ronald A. Rowe
Organic gardening starts with good soil.  Good soil starts with the right composition of organic matter, water, air, and the living organisms that live in balance with the soil.  The bad news is that most of us do not live on a mound of perfectly attuned soil.  Too much clay, too much sand, too many rocks, too much (or

5 Ornamental Cacti

by Jessica B.
If you don’t do well with plants that require a lot of water, cacti can be a great way to get some green plants in your home. And don’t be fooled, cacti are not plain and simple. Many have some lovely blossoms that bloom for a long period of the year with proper care. Here are five of my

March Outdoor Project: Finish That Fence

by Jessica B.
March is a great time to make sure your fence is up to snuff. This means repairing any damage, replacing any missing boards and making sure that your fence is treated so it will be able to stand strong for another year to come. Here are a few easy steps you can take to get your fence back into

5 Things To Do In Your Midwest Garden in April

by Jessica B.
April means gardening time is getting closer, and even though there is still a lot of snow on the ground, there are a few things you can start preparing to take care of as soon as the snow melts. Here are a few key steps you can take in your garden this April in the Midwest to make sure everything is