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A Home for Your Veggies: Make a Raised Garden Bed

A Home for Your Veggies: Make a Raised Garden Bed

A raised bed gives you an eye-catching feature, a better view of your plants and, by lifting them up, less strain on your back when ten...

vegetable gardening Ideas

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Plant a Window-Box Farm

Plant a Window-Box Farm (video 1:34)

Here are tips on how to grow your own window-box vegetable garden.

Grow Rainbow Chard

Grow Rainbow Chard

You can harvest frequently from these colorful plants. Snip the young leaves, and use them in summer salads or stir-fries.

Grow Bags of Spuds

Grow Bags of Spuds

If you don't have a space in your garden for a vegetable patch, you can grow potatoes in bags or containers on your patio.

Growing Radishes and Runner Beans in Pots

Growing Radishes and Runner Beans in Pots

Radishes are the fastest germinating and maturing vegetable of all, and their peppery taste gives salads a real kick. Plus, a dwarf var...

Grow a Bowl of Salad in Pots

Grow a Bowl of Salad in Pots

Salad greens are among the easiest vegetables to grow, require little space and mature in a few weeks. Here's how to nurture a healthy ...

Make a Windowbox of Herbs and Lettuce

Make a Windowbox of Herbs and Lettuce

Growing herbs and salads in a windowbox provides a fresh supply close to the kitchen, and by making your own box, you can ensure it fit...

Heat Up Your Windowsill With Chiles

Heat Up Your Windowsill With Chiles

Chiles are easy to grow in a pot if you have a warm windowsill or a hot, sunny patio. Sow seeds in spring and you can look forward to f...

Contain Your Veggies

Contain Your Veggies

How can a gardener with too much shade and not enough space grow solar-seeking, sun-loving vegetables? In containers.

How to Grow a Watercress Container Garden

How to Grow a Watercress Container Garden

Garnish your food with tasty, shiny watercress leaves — or make a yummy salad with watercress as the main attraction.

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