Parsley blog post

How to Grow Parsley!

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Parsley is an easy-to-grow herb that will flourish in your garden and add a splash of beauty to your landscaping. Likewise in your cooking, it has plenty of vitamins to keep you healthy and will give your dishes plenty of flavor. How to Grow: Parlsey can be planted indoors 12 weeks before your last spring frost and outdoors 5 weeks before your last spring frost. It can be planted in the fall 10 weeks before […]

Celery blog post

How to Grow Celery!

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Celery is known to be one of the most difficult vegetables to grow in your garden. It takes a long time, but the reward will be quite tasty! How to Grow: Celery is planted 8-10 weeks before your last spring frost and 10-12 weeks before your first fall frost. You can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal Web App. Celery is planted 1/4 inch deep, 1 per square […]

Cilantro blog post

How to Grow Cilantro/Coriander!

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Cilantro is one of our most commonly used herbs in the kitchen. If you let it go to seed, you can get a second herb from the same plant: coriander! Both versions of this plant will give your dish a tasty kick! How to Grow: Cilantro is a cool season crop that can be planted after your last spring frost and 13 weeks before your first fall frost. You can see specific dates for your […]

Carrots blog post

How to Grow the Most Colorful Carrots in Your Own Backyard (or Porch)!

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Carrots are tough to germinate, but are easy to take care of once they do. We love to grow all different colors and varieties, and the kids have a blast pulling them up! How to Grow: Carrots are a cool season crop that is planted 4-6 weeks before your last spring frost and 12 weeks before your first fall frost. You can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal […]

Carrot Rust Fly blog post

How to: Manage the Carrot Rust Fly in Your Garden

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The carrot rust fly looks similar to the common house-fly with a dark-green body and yellow extremities and head. The carrot rust fly itself doesn’t do the damage, but their larvae is particularly bad for your plants. The adults lay their eggs early spring on the surface of the soil then the pests hatch a couple days later as creamy white larvae and tunnel into the roots of your plants causing slow growth and sometimes […]