We all know that flowers attract bees and other pollinators, so it just makes sense to include flowers in or near your vegetable garden.
Planting flowers that attract bees will help fill the gaps when vegetables are not blooming keeping them fed and happy until your edibles bloom. More bees in your garden means more pollination means more fruits and vegetables!
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Wow! From frost and snow to temperatures in the 20’s – talk about springing into action. At the end of February I was deciding to hold off seeding things I’d normally start indoors under lights, and now four weeks later, I’m having to check my raised vegetable bed regularly to make sure the soil is […]
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The eight basic warm-season vegetables should go in later in May or even early June when the weather is (hopefully) reliably warm: beans, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, melons, peppers, squash, and tomatoes. Buy plants for eggplants, tomatoes and peppers, but you can still grow the rest from seeds.