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HerbScissors

Spreading the St. Patrick’s Day Love!

We love anything Green here at MasterGardening and St. Patrick’s Day is all about the GREEN! To help celebrate St. Patrick’s day we are giving away a pair of Triple Blade Herb Scissors and a Kitchen Herb Mini-Greenhouse kit to one lucky winner!! Grow your own basil, chives and parsley in your kitchen window! This [...]

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Growing My Way?- Looking Leggy

Two weeks into our company garden project and we have seen quite a bit of growth. The pepper plants finally joined the party, catching up quickly with the onions and tomoatoes. Things were looking great until Day 14 (photo below) when the onions started to look a little leggy and started to wilt. The peppers still [...]

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Growing My Way?: Day Seven

Last week we started our MasterGardening.com company garden by planting seeds indoors. 7 days later our Yellow Onions and Beefsteak Tomatoes are doing great. We have lots of little seedlings breaking through the dirt. However, our Jalapeño Peppers are just now starting to show; in fact the first tiny sign of life presented itself this [...]

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SeedDirt

Growing My Way? A Seed Starting Adventure

Spring is around the corner and gardeners everywhere are scouring seed catalogs and websites deciding just what plants will make it into their gardens this spring. Everyone here at MasterGardening have been working hard adding tons of new products to our site in preparation of the growing season, researching the latest techniques and trends, and marking [...]

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EggplantSeeds

National Seed Swap Day

Saturday, January 29, 2010 is National Seed Swap Day! Nation Seed Swap Day was started five years ago by Washington Gardener Magazine. Observed on the last Saturday of January, Washington Gardener Magazine celebrates by holding a Seed Exchange on that date every year in the Washington-DC area. In a relatively short amount of time National Seed [...]

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