Archive for September, 2010

How many college campuses have herb and vegetable gardens?

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

I am trying to write an article about a vegetable and herb garden. Does anyone know how many colleges have a vegetable and herb garden that supplies their food service units?

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Have you ever tried vertical gardening?

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

I always been interested in vertical gardening, I personally think that it’s a unique and aesthetic way of gardening and decoration. I just want to ask…

a. What do you think of vertical gardening?
b. Have you ever tried vertical gardening?
c. Do you prefer indoor or outdoor vertical gardening?

Thanks for answering!

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    Home and Garden theme bridal shower?

    Thursday, September 30th, 2010

    I’m going to a bridal shower where the invite said a Home and Garden theme and said to bring gifts that the couple can use for home renovations.
    Any ideas on what to buy?
    I have not seen their house so I am unsure of home decor, etc.
    They do not have a registry

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    Is it too late to plant a vegetable garden?

    Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

    Hi everyone,

    I have never had a vegetable garden before but I want to start. I would like to plant things like squash, zuchinni (spelling?), tomatoes, and green beans. I live in south Louisiana. Is it too late? Also, any tips for a newbie?

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    i have a question about indoor garden hoses?

    Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

    if I wanted to use it for cleaning my bathtub and the pressure was 200 psi would you think this could damage the tiles????

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    Can I save my indoor herb garden?

    Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

    I have a small herb garden in a spare bathroom that I have placed a grow light in. Some plants are doing really well, while others aren’t. I cut back most of the herbs in the fall but some of them haven’t started growing new again. The bathroom stay cool but not too cold. We have a clothes dryer in there that we use but it doesn’t get too hot or humid. Thoughts?

    Here is what I have:

    Doing Well:
    Aloe x2
    Lovage
    Echinecea

    Hanging on for dear life:
    Patchouli
    Stevia

    Possibly dormant or dead?:
    Sage
    Mint – in own container

    Pretty sure these are gonners:
    Rosemary
    Sweet Marjoram
    Lemon Balm
    * these three were potted together. Perhaps that is why they all perished.

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    whats a cheap way to supply co2 to my indoor garden?

    Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

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      Indoor gardening?

      Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

      I want to make an indoor garden. Specifically a hydroponic garden. I have been reading up on the subject, but there is so much info out there. Does anyone have any tips for me? What type of lights do you use? What type of system do you have? I have a good sized room in the basement I will be useing, and am interested in growing fruits and veggies and flowers. I was also wondering what is the easiest to grow to start out with.
      Thanks for any info!!

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      I’m about to start an indoor garden in my apartment, will simple florescent lights work?

      Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

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        Growing Garlic : Understand Popular Gardening Tools

        Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

        Shovels, irrigators and watering devices are popular gardening tools that can be essential to garlic’s growth. Learn more in this free educational video series. Expert: Tom Ashley Bio: Tom Ashley has been farming organically at Dancing Bear Farm in Leyden, MA since 1981. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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