Monday, March 14, 2011

Vegetable Gardening 1st News for Monday March 14th, 2011

The clocks might have been moved ahead an hour over the weekend, but the birds that chirp giving off the sound of spring do not seemed affected as we are. Without fail, this time of the year, a clear sign that vegetable gardening season is at hand is when I can hear the birds sing in the morning. They sound, like we all do, thankful that this harsh winter is behind most of us.

In today's first news we have some gardening seminars coming up and some indoor seed starting techniques. Enjoy!

Grow your own: Indoor seed-starting techniques give you a head start on spring gardening
Vegetable gardening increased a whopping 20 percent last year, according to the Garden Media Group, and community gardens are up 60 percent. Whether it's a salsa garden --- tomatoes, peppers and cilantro --- in a container or two on the deck or rows of edibles planted in a...

Gardening seminar scheduled
A gardening seminar will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, March 24, at North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC). The event offers participants an opportunity to learn from educators and local gardening specialists and get an early start on the gardening season in North Iowa. Workshops will address subjects ranging from beekeeping, landscape design, vegetable gardening, preserving our ...

Seminars set for garden show
The 20th edition of the Bucks Beautiful Garden & Home Show, which runs Friday through Sunday at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown Township, offers a slate of seminars on these issues, as well as good environmental practices and ever-popular novelties for landscaping. The exhibit also includes ...

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