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Flowers: The Natural Pest Deterrent

Are you looking for a natural way to control pests and diseases in your garden? Consider planting flowers to repel unwanted pests away without using chemicals. These flowers use their fragrance, colors, or oils to keep bugs away from your crops. If you are new to companion planting, you need to identify flowers that will benefit your garden. These insect-repelling flowers tend to be hardy and have large, bright booms. You can count on them to get rid of insects such as aphids and mosquitos. 

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Anyone Can Garden with These 5 Easy-to-Grow Vegetables

Which sounds more appealing? A salad made from vegetables you grew yourself A salad made from vegetables that spent days traveling from a farm to your local grocery store We think the answer is A, and not just because we’ve got a stake in the world of New Jersey garden supply. Fresh, home-grown vegetables will always win out over their store-bought counterparts. At the same time, the idea of growing your own vegetables can seem pretty daunting. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Anyone can start a garden with a little patience, and the help of these easy-to-grow vegetables:

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Garden This Spring

Spring is finally here, and if you’re like us, your thoughts have turned to your garden. Maybe you already know what you want to grow, and spending your days dreaming of all the different flowers, shrubs and trees you’ll plant this year. Or maybe you’re worried that your garden just isn’t ready. It’s been sitting idle all winter, and you’re just not sure it’s ready for planting. If you fall into the latter category, don’t fret. You can have your garden ready for the spring planting season with these garden preparation steps.

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Tips For Planning Your Spring Garden

Spring is coming. Days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer, and soon green things will be sprouting in your yard. Now is the time to start thinking about what you’ll be growing this year, which is why we want to offer these tips for planning your spring garden.

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