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What’s New in Your Garden? Plus Thornless Roses, Tomato Seeds, & 7 Ways to Increase Your Harvest

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What’s New in Your Garden This Week?


Here at Gardening Know How we have a team check-in where we share what’s new and interesting in our gardens each week. We’re a remote-work team with contributors and staffers in almost every region in the U.S., so it’s always fun and inspiring to hear the wide variety of gardening challenges, triumphs, and surprises encountered that week. 

We thought our readers might be interested in a peek ‘behind the scenes’ to learn what we’re talking about each week and to share your own stories too.

So, what are we talking about this week? Everything from watering tips during a heatwave to how much fun it is to get kids involved in gardening to how to encourage beneficial wildlife in your garden, be it bats, birds, or butterflies. The conversation is always fascinating, sometimes surprising, and I know I, for one, always learn something new.

What about you? What’s new or interesting in your garden this week? Join the conversation on our Facebook page or share your gardening questions on our Q&A site.

Happy Gardening!

Peggy Doyle
Gardening Know How

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7 Smart Ways to Increase Your Harvest
If your garden is a productive one and not just a landscaping effort for curb appeal, you want it to be as efficient and productive as possible.

It can be much harder than it looks to increase yield and get a better harvest, but we’ve got a few tips to help you work smarter and to get more out of your garden.

Learn more on our blog. 





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