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Culinary herbs thrive in well-draining soil and full to partial sun. Herbs are not only delicious and nutritious for humans, they also make our gardens more biodiverse by providing food and habitat for beneficial insects of all kinds.  Predatory insects like wasps, hoverflies, and beetles that eat our garden...
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This year as your tomatoes thrive in the sunniest spots in your garden beds, make a little bit of space in the sun for: Ocimum basilicum, or basil. This tasty herb has quite a history in culinary circles, medicinally and in folklore from around the world. Full of Flavors...
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Sometimes the garden produces an abundance of herbs that start to crowd out other plants and we must cut them back to make space. But why let this nutritious resource go to the compost bin? Here are some ideas for using up the harvest. Some herbs grow like weeds...
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Summer is here, and along with abundance in the garden comes long stretches of hot, dry weather. Here are some tips to keep your plants healthy, hydrated and happy! Water is abundant in the Pacific Northwest, but a changing climate means hotter, drier and less predictable weather patterns. Get...
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Maximize your garden potential by growing up and over. Decide what plant you want to grow vertically, and build a structure that will be suitable to its weight or particular behavior. Kiwis require a substantial trellis or chain link fence as well as regular pruning to keep them in...
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Tomato late blight (Phytopthora infestans) is a fungus that creates brown or black lesions on your prized tomato plants. The lesions begin on leaf veins and can spread like wildfire over the plants. Moisture is a prime culprit in spreading it. Trellising your tomato plants is one good way...