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I started my 1st garden ever 
I started cotainer gardening this year to supplement my SNAP benefits.
I made most planters from cotainers I recycled and got 25¢ seed packs & soil from …

Best Uses for the Tomato Harvest — Gourmet Tomato Sauce for Rigatoni 
Mmmm! I love fresh tomatoes. My husband and I walked back from the garden yesterday evening with a 3 gallon bucket full. No one in my family complains …

My First Harvest! 
Heirloom Cincinnati Market Radishes. All of these came from ONE 5 gallon tub. Container gardening FTW!
My first harvest this year.
They are VERY spicy, …

I’m a Gardener! 
Thanks to RickVanMan on YouTube, I have been inspired to start a garden this year! It’s a raised bed garden, and so far, it seems to be going well! I …

Container vege gardening in Portland, OR- part 2 
I am fairly certain that I’m falling into the trap that many new-ish vege gardners tend to unwittingly stumble on, only the difference is I’m diving into …

My first Square Foot Garden 
To anyone considering making a Square Foot Garden, do it. I built my first SFG in 2004. I had done some gardening before with mixed results but I always …

TBates New Gardener 
I recently started a new patio/sunroom garden in my home with deep planters! I am excited! I planted cucumbers, cabbage, squash and onions(in a tray). …

Cotainer gardening magazine 
Hello Rick,

i’m following you for alomst 3 years now and, for a reason I can’ty explain, registered for the magazine last year. I think I have received …

Gardening Frustration  
This is my first attempt at container gardening this year. I started small as I only had 4 tomato plants, 1 bucket with green beans and 1 with sweet peppers. …

How to build a raised plant bed Not rated yet
Summer is calling and it’s time to get planting; try this quick and easy how-to guide to build a raised plant bed in your garden.

Raised plant beds …

Smart Gardener Not rated yet
SmartGardener.com is a free personalized online service that makes it easy and convenient for individuals and community gardeners to plan, manage, harvest …

Self Watering Containers in dry California Not rated yet
Hi, Rick. I am thrilled to find your website! Like you, I am trying to grow as much of my own food as possible in a small urban yard. The small size …

Handy Nutrient Trouble Chart Not rated yet
When growing in containers, watering schedules are important.

It is also easy to get fertilizer out of balance.

The chart here can help you start …

Sustainability Through the Consumption of Things Conserved Not rated yet
“In other environmental issues we tell people to stop something, reduce their impact, reduce their damage,” – US Ecologist Gary Nabhan
Since the beginning …

Container Gardening for Health: The 12 Most Important Fruits & Vegetables for Your Organic Garden Not rated yet
So happy to find this blog!

I’ve just published a book called Container Gardening for Health: The 12 Most Important Fruits & Vegetables for Your Organic …

Buying A Hosepipe – LEAD WARNING!  Not rated yet
I’ve just stumbled across some really useful and shocking information about buying a hose pipe. Apparently, many of the designs contain LEAD! I don’t …




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