Articles about fruit
With care and taking a few simple steps you can help to ensure that the pumpkin fruit you have either grown in your own garden or have purchased will last for several months to come for holiday baking and cooking during the winter months. This article will give you the basics of storing pumpkins for the long term.
Whether or not your garden is new or has already been established, starting it is not a difficult task just one that requires diligence and planning ahead. To get any successful vegetable or flower garden started, you must begin well in advance of planting and this article will show you how.
Growing pumpkins is a fun and rewarding task but to make the most of your harvest you should make sure you choose the right time for planting pumpkin seeds so that you can grow a healthy crop and harvest in season and this article will help you.
Growing watermelons in your own garden is a sweet and rewarding hobby. While you could buy watermelons from the store, growing your own gives you the ability to plant any cultivar you like, such as extra sweet heirloom varieties, high yielding hybrid types or even giant...
If you grow your own pumpkins, gourds and watermelons, to protect your plants you will undoubtedly need to be spraying pesticides or fungicides in some form whether it is organic or conventional. If you are spraying any type of insecticides, repellant or fungicide products, it's a must that plants are sprayed in a manner that is effective and safe for the plants and in such a way that you protected while doing so.
Nothing says autumn like a harvest of beautiful pumpkins of all colors, shapes and sizes. Pumpkins and winter squashes bring joy to so many people for so many reasons, but with the many varieties available to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which is the right pumpkin cultivar for your garden. This article will give you the information you need to help you make that choice.