plant a peach tree from pit: remove pit...no flesh and dry 3-4 days, crack pit open and remove seed, place in ziptop bag 1/2 closed until ready to start, add 1 inch water-seal and place back in frig 2-3 hrs, add soil until moist-seal-back in frig(30-40degrees F) for 5-6 weeks, remove to planter when seedling appears
Raised garden beds have many advantages, ranging from saving wear and tear on your back to giving your plants better air circulation and more sunlight. However, you don’t have to nail lengths of lumber together to make a raised garden bed. Some of the most attractive, easy-to-use raised beds are made from containers—and among the most versatile containers are galvanized steel troughs designed to hold water for farm animals. If you don’t want to spring for the cost of a new trough, check your…
5 Gardening Tips That Will Give You Tons of Strawberries! - Page 4 of 6
For more berries, you should make sure to replace your entire bed after 3-5 years. Once the strawberry plants are older than five years, they start to decrease in productivity. By replacing your beds the younger plants will be able to take over and produce lots of new strawberries.
The Spring Allotment and Garden: A Vegetable Growing Guide Cheat Sheet
In addition to the suggestions for where to plant vegetables, how to care for them, and which vegetables go best planted next to each other, you'll also learn interesting tips, such as lettuce makes summer radishes more tender and onions deter most pests.