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Announcing the Carton 2 Garden Winners

We are so excited to announce the winners of the 2015 Carton 2 Garden contest. Click here to check them out.

Strategies for School Garden Success

A second year of successful growing is underway at two schools in Brooklyn.

Tackling Tomato Troubles

Tomatoes are America's #1 homegrown veggie. Find the answers to common growing questions.

It's Here! Spring/Summer 2015 Catalog

Shop 30+ new products! 100% of proceeds support youth garden grants.

Featured Article Featuring: Edible of the Month - Hot Peppers

Hot Peppers

Check Out Our Growing Ideas Blog!

Growing Ideas Blog

Tip of the Day

Control Geranium Budworms

Geranium budworm is a small, green worm that chews leaves and buds of geraniums and, if severe, can reduce flowering. Hand pick worms or apply the organic spray Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) on the leaves.

Green Gardening Tips

Plant Milkweed to Help Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterflies are amazing creatures. These strikingly colored, orange, white, and black butterflies migrate up to three thousand miles every year to spend the winter roosting in large groups in mild winter areas of Mexico and California. Unfortunately, they are also in deep…
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Gardener to Gardener

If you're a gardener in love with color and variety, annual flowers are for you! Because they're in the garden for only one growing season, every spring is an opportunity to try something new – like trying a fresh combination of colors and textures or experimenting with an unfamiliar variety. Whether you're looking for pretty flowers in the shade; tough, low-maintenance, water thrifty bloomers; a fast growing vine to provide privacy; or sensational foliage, there's an annual to fill the bill. Find out more in this month's newsletter.
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