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Why You WANT Pests in Your Garden

Why You WANT Pests in Your Garden

'That’s right, you heard correctly. You want to have some pests in the garden. It seems counterproductive to knowingly harbor these food criminal masterminds 😂. But there’s a good reason you might want to knowingly be an accomplice. “…if you have no pests, then the...

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Keys to Partner with Mother Nature

Keys to Partner with Mother Nature

The single most profound statement my garden mentor, Stacey Murphy, ever said to me is so simple that it’s easy to dismiss as obvious. But the impact this simple tip can have on your garden journey is massive. She said, “Let nature do the work for you.” At first...

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Journaling for Joy: 3 Garden Journaling Myths BUSTED

Journaling for Joy: 3 Garden Journaling Myths BUSTED

Garden journaling is one of the most underused tools for gardeners. It’s also a tool that research shows can decrease anxiety, depression, and stress. That means that along with the joy you’re getting from gardening directly, you can further increase your state of joy...

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Forming a Habit of Garden Journaling

Forming a Habit of Garden Journaling

Creating a habit of garden journaling can be a bit challenging. It’s easy to get busy or distracted. Or perhaps you haven’t yet discovered the deep insights that can come from journaling about your garden.  Click here to check out our past blog on the Hidden Gems of...

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Vegetable Crops for Hot Weather Gardening

Vegetable Crops for Hot Weather Gardening

Hot Weather Crops for Your Garden Choosing hot weather crops The first key to success with hot weather gardening is choosing crops that are well-adapted to heat. Summer crops like tomatoes, cucumbers, and melons all fare well in heat and humidity. But if temperatures...

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6 Keys to Hot Weather Gardening

6 Keys to Hot Weather Gardening

If you live in a climate where summer temperatures regularly exceed 90°F, hot weather gardening can be a challenge. Above 95°F, tomato blossom drop can happen, and summer favorites like cucumbers, sweet peppers, and eggplant slow production and become more vulnerable...

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Bats as Heroes: How Partnering with Nature Saved a Town

Bats as Heroes: How Partnering with Nature Saved a Town

Nature is SO powerful. The smallest drips of water can create canyons, a flea can catapult themselves up to 100 times their body length and dandelions can root themselves, well, anywhere! But when it comes to solving human problems with nature, we often think nature...

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