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|How to Grow Pumpkins & Winter Squash6|
‘Pumpkin’ is not a well-defined term. In Australia it refers to winter squash that are usually of excellent eating quality, having fine-grained and richly coloured flesh with a wide variety of culinary uses. Elsewhere, the term may be used almost contemptuously for food fit for animal fodder, a reflection in part on the varieties grown and the suitability of the climate.
Toughen up the turf to keep the grass green
|Grow climbing peas6|
Tips for growing climbing peas
Save water by knowing how much moisture your garden needs, depending on soil type, plant selection and climate.
|Plants and Vines for Backyard Shade5|
Learn about vines and trees to cool the house and yard
|Mini Garden Shed5|
Custom-build a rustic cupboard for a small courtyard
Plant easy-grow grass to keep the yard in good shape
|How to plant an allergy-free garden5|
Smart planting makes the outdoors a no-sneeze zone
|Identifying a Soil Problem5|
Learn how to identify a soil problem when you see it.
|How To Grow Apricots5|
Apricots were cultivated in China from about 2000 BCE and have since spread around the world. Today, the famous apricot belt stretches from Turkey to Turkestan via Iran, but any place with a Mediterranean climate of dry hot summers and cool winters will suit the apricot admirably.
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