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March is a strange month, a month of transition and contrast. For those of us down south, the sun is already warm overhead and the suntan lotion has been applied. We are in our gardens, gleefully planting seeds and transplants. For those of us in the northern part of the country, March is a month of  slow but steady progression from winter to spring.... in like a lion, out like a lamb. We are waiting as we lovingly watch our indoor transplants sprout and begin to grow. We are counting the days until we can get outdoors and into the garden. If your garden season has begun, dive full speed into your garden soil, preparing your garden beds, along with planting seeds and young plants. Meanwhile up north, it's okay to let your impatience show. But there still is plenty of planning to do, and seeds to acquire.



Forsythias are one of spring's earliest blooming bushes. Attractive and easy to grow. More on Forsythia bushes



Top Ten Gardening Tips for March  Our newest category offers you gardening tips each month. Grab a garden tip to use this month. See March Garden Tips.



A Garden Encyclopedia We strive to provide the most in-depth how to grow guide sheets and information. Spring planting time is arriving in your area. In some places, the season is already underway. We've got plenty of gardening tips and techniques, to help you to grow all of your favorite vegetables, flowers, herbs, organics, and your favorite heirlooms, too. Our fact sheets will help you to have the best garden you can grow.



Indoor Plant Starts - Starting seeds indoors to transplant later, is one of the joys of gardening. Why let the garden stores have all the fun, when you can start your own seedlings!? Review the basics of seed starting, and seedling care. As a rule of thumb, most indoor planting starts should be planted six to eight weeks before the last frost in your area. And, that time is now!



Hot Peppers are getting hotter and hotter every year. Ghost Peppers, the hottest hot pepper on the planet just a few years ago, now barely makes the top ten list. Find the Top 10 Hot Peppers in the world!



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From Outer Space? There's a few plants, that seem like they must certainly be alien in origin. Yet, you can find them growing in your vegetable garden, right here on Earth. See it now



Spotlight Garden Plant: You don't need to watch television or listen to the radio to get the weather forecast. This plant predicts the weather! See it now



Organic gardening is healthy and growing. Perhaps one of the reasons you grow your own herbs and vegetables, is to produce healthier food for you and your family. Even if you're not an organic gardening purist, there are a lot of easy to use organic gardening tips to make the food you eat even healthier for you!



Today's Gardening Deep Thought: "Sow generously, and you will reap generously."






On the Light Side:

Top 10 Signs You've Gone over the Garden's Edge- How avid a gardener are you?

Gardening Holidays - There are many holiday and special days for gardeners to celebrate our hobby. Among the holidays coming up in the next few weeks:


 


 


 

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