Category Archive: Herb Garden

Apr
21

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Square foot gardening is the practice of dividing the growing area into small square sections (typically 12″ on a side, hence the name). The aim is to assist the planning and creating of a small but intensively planted vegetable garden. It results in a simple and orderly gardening system, from which it draws much of …

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Apr
21

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Pero Family Farms Food Company, formerly Pero Vegetable Company is a Sales, Marketing and Distribution group and a part of an American-based agricultural corporation headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida. Pero is a large U.S. pepper grower, packager, marketer and shipper. Pero produces bell peppers (green, red, yellow and orange), specialty peppers (such as chili, pimiento, …

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Apr
21

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There are many ways to garden in restricted spaces. Often a small or limited space is an issue in growing and cultivating plants. Restricted space gardens can be located on small lawns, balconies, patios, porches, rooftops, inside the home, or in any other available place. Gardening in small places can be applied to edible or …

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Apr
21

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A grow light or vegetable light can be an artificial source of light, generally a power light, made to stimulate plant expansion by emitting an electromagnetic variety befitting photosynthesis. Grow equipment and lighting are being used in applications where there is either no in a natural way developing light, or where supplemental light is necessary. …

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Apr
21

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Raised-bed gardening is a form of gardening in which the soil is formed in three-to-four-foot-wide (1.0–1.2 m) beds, which can be of any length or shape. The soil is raised above the surrounding soil (approximately six inches to waist-high), is sometimes enclosed by a frame generally made of wood, rock, or concrete blocks, and may …

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Apr
21

grow fresh vegetables indoors

Haga Trädgård is a garden located at the northern end of Haga Park, Solna, Sweden. Haga Trädgård was founded by King Gustav III in the 1785. It was intended that it should become the kitchen garden to the royal household. At the time Gustav III had plans to build a very large palace just 300m …

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