Now is the time to start thinking about harvesting in your garden. There are many warm-weather crops that may be ready to harvest right now. We are going to tell you what crops can be harvested in late summer and how to go about harvesting them.

The first plants to harvest in late summer are onions, shallots, leeks, celery, pepper, eggplant, potatoes, garlic, and cabbage. Some may be ready to harvest even right now! But, when you do harvest do not harvest all at once, keep picking so the plant will continue to produce crops. …

Gardening season is in full swing and that means that pests are too. One of the biggest pests people complain about is ants. Ants do help us, believe it or not.

Unlike some other pests, ants are clean and do not leave droppings or eggs wherever they go. They do have one major fault and that is destroying food; they can make your food impossible to eat. This means that ants inside your house need to be taken care of.

Once they get inside your house, ant infestations are difficult to deal with. …

Most gardeners begin planting their garden in traditional rows where one single row contains only one crop. This type of farming may be efficient in farming practices but in terms of a personal garden it is not most effective when it comes to using all the space in your garden.

Today we are going to let you know the best way to create more space in your garden and how to get the most out of it this season.

First comes location. It is vital that your garden is in a spot that receives plenty of sunlight and is close…


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