Monthly Archives: July 2010

Best Bread and Butter Pickles

This year’s first batch of bread and butter pickles. My mom makes the best bread and butter pickles. I bet you think your mom makes the best bread and butter pickles, too. So is it about the cucumbers, the brine … Continue reading

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Sweet Spot for Potatoes

How about growing sweet potatoes in containers? We’re giving it a try in our Grow Beds and our Grow Bags. Come fall, we’ll let you know how it all turned out. /*START inline box elements */ #blog-main .smallbox { background-color: … Continue reading

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Upside Down Goes Right-Side Up

I prefer to grow my tomatoes right side up, so using this planter for tomatoes didn’t interest me much. For me, the unusual shape and water-retaining coir liner suggested flowers rather than tomatoes. /*START inline box elements */ #blog-main .smallbox … Continue reading

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A Cascade of Plants

We’ve designed some special racks that let you enjoy windowboxes without the windows. Our 2-Tier and 3-Tier Cascade Planters are made of sturdy, square-stock steel and have a handsome, flat-black finish. /*START inline box elements*/ #blog-main .smallbox { background-color: #fcf5eb; … Continue reading

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Space-Intensive Gardening

We’ve learned to grow more food in less space by using ecological solutions, such as healthy soil, compost and drip irrigation. That’s one reason why Gardener’s Supply has focused on innovations for home composting and water-efficient container gardening. /*START inline … Continue reading

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Flower Garden Quick Fixes

Because the majority of my perennials are on their own when it comes to standing up, there’s often a need for quick in-season fixes. For this I keep two different bundles of bamboo stakes right on my front porch. /*START … Continue reading

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