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DIY Greenhouse for Heavy Snow & High Wind Areas

DIY Greenhouse for Heavy Snow & High Wind Areas

November 28, 2013 If you have snow or strong winds want a greenhouse that will support heavy snow loads and strong winds please watch this short video. This Mittleider gardener built a very sturdy in-the-garden greenhouse that will withstand the ...

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Winter Gardening Using Cold Frames

December 25, 2012 Want to get a jump-start on the growing season or store plants for the winter? Dave shows you two different cold frames — structures that allow you to shelter plants from the cold. Previous Video

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How To Grow Flowers in the Winter

December 24, 2012 Allen shows how easy it is to grow a paper white narcissus bulb in your home during the winter, including specific tips on starting the bulb, temperature and how to store the bulbs. Previous Video

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Cold Winter Gardening

Back in 1973 there was an energy crisis. Fuel prices were sky high due to the OPEC decision to deliberately cut worldwide fuel supplies. My family, consisting of me, my wife and three small children, lived near Atlanta, Georgia. As ...

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Sprouts: A Genuine Super Food

Sprouts: A Genuine Super Food

Sprouts are tasty, nutritious, and versatile, from their familiar use in salads to baking sprouted-grain breads to making excellent quick snacks by the handful. Their virtues were discovered by the Chinese millennia ago and modern research continues to uncover their ...

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Sprouts: The Ultimate Kitchen Garden

Sprouts: The Ultimate Kitchen Garden

There’s a wealth of plants that can be usefully sprouted besides the usual suspects of alfalfa and mung beans. Among others, you can sprout almond, buckwheat, cabbage, chickpeas, clover, fenugreek, flax, millet, oat groats, quinoa, radish, sesame, sunflower, wheat and ...

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