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Top Two Ways to Prune Tomatoes | Roots & Boots

Top Two Ways to Prune Tomatoes

When it comes down to it, there are basically only two ways to prune tomatoes. 

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How to Install Drip Irrigation in Raised Garden Beds | Roots & Boots

How to Install Drip Irrigation in Raised Garden Beds

Wondering if it’s possible to install drip irrigation in your raised garden beds without the help of a professional?  It is!  If I can do it, I promise you can too.

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12 Best Veggies for Your Spring Garden | Roots & Boots

12 Best Veggies for Your Spring Garden

Wondering about the best veggies for your spring garden?  Here are 12 veggies to plant in early spring or even late winter. 

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How to Grow an Entire Year's Supply of Peppers | Roots & Boots

How to Grow an Entire Year’s Supply of Peppers

Have you wondered if it’s possible to grow an entire year’s supply of peppers?  Last year I did just that.

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Grow More In The Same Space: Intercropping Lettuce With Garlic | Roots & Boots

Grow More In The Same Space: Intercropping Lettuce With Garlic

Anyone can grow lettuce or garlic, but intercropping lettuce with garlic is definitely a ninja level gardening skill.

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The Easy Way to Harden Off Seedlings | Roots & Boots

The Easy Way to Harden Off Seedlings

If you’ve started your own seeds indoors, you’re probably wondering if there’s an easy way to harden off seedlings.  Or maybe you’re wondering if it’s really necessary.  Or maybe you have no idea what it even means to harden off seedlings!

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The Best Way to Keep Your Vegetable Garden Watered | Roots & Boots

The Best Way to Keep Your Vegetable Garden Watered

Most gardeners know that a soaker hose is the best way to keep your vegetable garden watered.  But have you tried this soaker hose? 

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The Best Way to Save Squash Seeds | Roots & Boots

The Best Way to Save Squash Seeds

 Wondering how to save squash seeds from your homegrown harvest?  The process is super simple! 

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How to Start Seeds with the Soil Blocking Method | Roots & Boots

How to Start Seeds with the Soil Blocking Method

Start seeds with the soil blocking method and grow more seedlings in less space!  Bonus: you’ll use less plastic and fewer supplies.

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How to Prune Basil for the Best Flavor

How to Prune Basil for the Best Flavor

Basil may possibly be the best loved garden herb.  Even people who don’t have a full fledged garden love to grow a pot of basil on the patio, or a balcony, or even in the kitchen. Did you know that strategically cutting back your basil plants yields a bushier plant with better flavor? Let’s take…

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