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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... if they are dug up, divided, and moved to a new compost-rich site every few years. They prefer a moderately well drained slightly acid soil, rich with organic matter such as compost, manures, decomposed leaves or sawdust. Late ... gardeners may not realize that if they give mint what it wants - rich moist soil in full sun or partial shade - it may take over your ...
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Hints for growing and taming aggressive mint
... well-deserved. New gardeners may not realize that if they give mint what it wants - rich moist soil in full sun or partial shade - it may take over your garden. Mint reproduces ...
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Hints for growing mint
... well-deserved. New gardeners may not realize that if they give mint what it wants - rich moist soil in full sun or partial shade - it may take over your garden. Mint reproduces ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... more carrots for fall and winter harvest. Grow chard for vitamin-rich green Chard, also called Swiss chard, is a close relative of ... . But unlike most beets, chard is grown for its tasty, vitamin-rich greens, rather than its root. Plant cole crops in June and ... the first rites of spring involve planting peas. Peas thrive in cool, moist weather, and produce well before the heat of summer. Start pepper ...
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Renovate your chive patch in early spring
... . Chives do best if they are dug up, divided, and moved to a new compost-rich site every few years. They prefer a moderately well-drained, slightly acid soil, rich with organic matter such as compost, manures, decomposed leaves or sawdust. When transplanting, clean up dead plant material from the clump before planting in a new spot. Keep chives moist throughout ...
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Renovate your chive patch in early spring
... . Chives do best if they are dug up, divided, and moved to a new compost-rich site every few years. They prefer a moderately well-drained slightly acid soil, rich with organic matter such as compost. When transplanting, clean up dead plant material from the clump before planting in a new spot. Keep chives moist throughout the summer ...
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Don't let winter stop flavor - grow herbs in sunny window
... a rich, well-drained, sterilized potting mix. Cover the pots with a plastic bag or clear wrap until germination occurs. Put pots in a sunny window or doorway and keep soil moist ...
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