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Canning 101

If you are one of those talented gardeners who have had a successful year but find yourself with too much produce consider canning your fruit and veggies so they don’t get wasted. Spread out the enjoyment of your North Texas crops by creating great canned food. Canning is a terrific way to keep food from perishing for up to a year.

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Best Harvest Times for North Texas Gardens

Determining when to harvest vegetables from your North Texas garden is equally important as knowing what and how to cultivate. Some vegetables are forgiving and can be left in the garden a longer period of time but many need to be picked at the crucial ripening point.

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A Guide for Sustainable Gardening

Sustainable gardening is a concept that has become quite popular but still many don’t understand what it entails. The term doesn't have an official definition but rather common principles that promote reducing human impact on the earth. Basic practices at home include eradicating polluting chemicals, conserving natural resources, and reducing waste as much as possible.

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Recipes for Cold Weather Crops

Our most recent article talked about planning and planting your cold weather crops. After that hard work is complete and you are ready to harvest, turn those crops into mouth-watering dishes for the family.

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Cool Weather Plants for Texas Gardens

It’s getting to be that time for Texas gardeners to start prepping for their cool weather plants to go in the ground. We don’t have long winters in Texas where you can forget about gardening for several months. So put away that mystery novel, get gardening groove on and you will be enjoying some lovely greens on your dinner table soon. Cool overnight temps offer prime growing conditions for some of your favorite garden delights.

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Planning Your Spring Garden

It may seem counter intuitive, but as we head into the cooler seasons, it’s the time to start thinking about planning your spring garden. It’s the best time to dream, plan, research and begin the ground work...

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