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September 2014

For the past 14 years, NGA has been delivering great gardening information to home gardeners across the country in our Regional Reports e-newsletters. We're proud to have been able to help...
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Buy Compost

When buying bulk compost, products made from yard waste is safest. It should be slightly warm to the touch, have a dark, crumbly color, "earthy" smell, moist enough that it won't blow away, but not so moist it drips.

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Build a Compost Pile

Late summer and fall are great times to start a compost pile, as fall leaves and garden clippings give you plenty of material to work with. Homemade compost will provide you with "black gold" that will lighten…
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Gardener to Gardener

Leaves are changing color, days are getting shorter, and there’s a chill in the air -- all signs to gardeners that it’s time to start preparing for the cold winter months ahead. Whether you’re planting bulbs, raking leaves, tidying up the flower garden, or cleaning and sharpening tools, there’s still a lot to keep a gardener busy as the growing season winds down in most parts of the country. Check out our suggestions for easy ways to put your garden to bed this fall in preparation for a dazzling show next spring and summer.
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