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Less Talk. More Do.

This is the last blog post you'll be seeing here at About.com Gardening. I'll still be here, but the site is getting a long  overdue make-over and instead of my musings, the page will now feature my latest articles.

There will be lots of other changes, too, which I'm pretty excited about. I hope it makes it much, much easier for you to find what you're looking for, when you visit. Of course, if you still have questions, you can always email me, visit the forum or join me on Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. There are plenty of places to chat.

In fact, I'll be incorporating my other site, Practically Gardening, into my social media channels, so you can also connect with me there. Besides talking about my own garden, that site focuses more on quick answers or what I call "gardening in small bites" - no trends, pretentiousness or sanctimony. I have a nice little gardening quick tips newsletter that goes out there, for those of you who appreciate the less talking approach.

I'd love to hear what you think of the changes, which will be rolling out starting next month. For now, let's get outside and enjoy the last few weeks of spring. The plants are calling!

Less Talk. More Do. originally appeared on About.com Gardening on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 07:30:45.

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10 Ways to Make Gardening Easier

I am getting seriously behind in my garden. (And no, that's not my garden in the photo above. It just seems that large when I weed it.) Between the bad weather and other obligations, I have plants that have yet to be planted and weeds ready to bloom.

Have you gotten to the point yet where you think you might have bitten off more garden than you can chew? Or weed or edge or maintain? We all have big eyes in the garden center, but no plant grows itself. At the very least, we have to get it into the ground. Before we begin to feel totally overwhelmed by all you still have to do in the garden, here are my 10 tips to make gardening easier. You'll still get to spend lots of time in the garden, you'll just enjoy it more. I think I'll take a few minutes and review it myself.

Photo: © Marie Iannotti

10 Ways to Make Gardening Easier originally appeared on About.com Gardening on Saturday, May 24th, 2014 at 09:30:15.

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Colorful "Greens" - Swiss Chard

Cooking greens used to mean just spinach to me. Thank goodness I've since come to love the heftier greens, like kale and collards, or my green season would be over in May. My latest obsession is with Swiss Chard. I like the heartier texture, the beautiful colors and the mild, sharp flavor.

Swiss chard, also known as silver beet and many other derivations of something or other-beet, couldn't be easier to grow. It starts out early in the season and sticks around until after frost. Chard is one of those wonderful vegetables that lets you cut a few leaves for dinner and then regrows itself for tomorrow's lunch. Well, almost. It is a very fast grower. It's also delicious.

Photo: © Marie Iannotti

Colorful "Greens" - Swiss Chard originally appeared on About.com Gardening on Friday, May 23rd, 2014 at 09:08:49.

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Matches and Peppers

You've probably heard of adding a dash of Epsom salts to the planting hole for peppers. Epsom salts provide some supplemental magnesium which is thought to help peppers set flowers and fruits, especially during hot weather.

Another old trick for growing peppers is to plant a book of matches in the hole, too. Peppers like a relatively acidic soil of about 5.5 to 6.0. Matches contain sulfur and it's just enough to lower the soil pH near the pepper plant's roots and make it easier for the plant to access nutrients in the soil.

To test this out in your garden, fan out a book of matches and place them in the bottom of the planting hole. Cover the matches with a couple of inches of soil, then plant the pepper on top of them. (You don't want the matches in direct contact with the plant roots.) Let us know the results.

Matches and Peppers originally appeared on About.com Gardening on Sunday, May 18th, 2014 at 07:15:37.

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Addicted to Flowering Tobacco

I have a weakness for Nicotiana sylvestris, which is also known by the unfortunate common name 'Flowering Tobacco'. It's tall and graceful, it gives off a wonderful jasmine-like scent at night and it's not invasive. Unfortunately it can attract aphids, but I can handle them. I just keep the hose handy.

If you're looking to expand your choices of old-fashioned, fragrant flowers, Look for Nicotiana sylvestris. But be careful you don't pick up one of the new, colorful varieties. They can be pretty, but most are short and have no scent at all.

Addicted to Flowering Tobacco originally appeared on About.com Gardening on Saturday, May 17th, 2014 at 07:45:33.

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