With all the snow and ice everywhere, you may not be thinking about gardening. But warm weather will be here sooner than you think and gardening season will begin.
If you haven’t finalized your gardening plans, consider growing cherry and grape tomatoes. Cherry and grape tomatoes are easy to grow and the plants produce A LOT of tomatoes over time.
This free e-book, “How to Grow Cherry and Grape Tomatoes,” breaks down the gardening process in an easy-to-read format. Enjoy healthy, sweet tomatoes this year!
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For 2014, I want to grow more green herbs in containers. Usually I stick with growing fruits and vegetables in the small plot of land in the backyard, but container gardening saves space. I think I will try growing coriander, basil parsley, and thyme. Wish me luck!
Last week, I was able to harvest a bunch of habanero peppers from my organic garden. Habanero peppers take a long while before they start to ripen, so I am very happy I am picking them now before the frost. If you like spicy food, definitely consider growing habanero peppers! They are pretty easy to grow!
Every day this week, I will feature one garden from New York City. Enjoy, and visit atomatogrowsinqueens.com for gardening tips.
Every day this week, I will post pictures of gardens around New York. Enjoy, and check out atomatogrowsinqueens.com for gardening tips.
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