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Dec 23
2021
  By EliannaCoulton

April Gardening Social Media

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It's National Garden Month! Whether big or small, gardens can be a great family activity, and provide different foods. Check out our Food Hero garden materials! #NationalGardenMonth #gardening #gardeningtips

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Dec 20
2021
  By EliannaCoulton

December Gardening Social Media

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It's almost a new year, so start planning those garden projects. Winter is always a good time to fix, build, or plan for the upcoming spring season, which will be here sooner than you think! #GrowThis #indoorgardening #gardeningyearround #oregongardening

Dec 20
2021
  By EliannaCoulton

November Gardening Social Media

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If you have a hose outside, make sure to unscrew it from the water faucet and drain it of any water before the cold sets in. If you can cover it or bring it inside, that may help the hose last longer. #gardening #growathome #gardeningtips

Jun 18
2021
  By tierrabonita

What is bolting?

Bolting happens when a plant reaches the end of its growth cycle. It changes from making leaves and roots to making flowers and seeds for the next season of plants. That is why bolting is often called "running to seed" or "going to seed." 

May 17
2021
  By Savannah

About Spring Garlic

✿ Garlic planted in the spring has less time to grow than garlic planted in the fall, so “spring garlic” will be smaller, milder and sweeter and will have only one big clove. Harvest it at the end of July or in August, or earlier for a milder option with edible greens.

May 17
2021
  By Savannah

Growing Spring Garlic - What You'll Need

What you’ll need

✿ Garlic—a single clove or a head. Garlic grown in your area or in a similar climate might grow better, but give any garlic a try! Fresh garlic will sprout the fastest.

✿ Small cup or jar. Reuse a cleaned-out food jar.

✿ Water

✿ Soil