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Cowpea Growing Guide

Here in the South, cowpeas or field peas are a long time staple of southern cuisine because of their exceptional eating quality and how well they grow in our warmer climate.

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Green Pea Growing Guide

Fresh peas are one of the garden’s most beloved treats. These sweet pods have been around for centuries and are rich in vitamins, minerals, and have an unmatched flavor when grown in the home garden.

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Carrot Growing Guide

Carrots are sweet, crunchy, delicious, and nutritious, making them an excellent addition to your home garden. These Vitamin A rich vegetables can be cooked, eaten raw, preserved and make an excellent addition to so many dishes.

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Save Time And Money: Reuse Your Drip Tape

Save Time And Money: Reuse Your Drip Tape If you plan on having a year-round garden like we do here at HOSS, drip irrigation is the obvious solution in your vegetable garden. But what happens to your drip tape after you’ve harvested your crops? Spending the money and time replacing your drip tape is not

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Top 7 Cover Crops To Plant In The Summer

If you’re planning your vegetable garden, don’t forget about the flowers! Adding flowers to your vegetable garden has a ton of long-term and short-term benefits from the blooms to the soil. Year after year in our gardens, we always make room for beautiful blooms. We’ve narrowed down our top 5 reasons that we always make sure and have flowers in our garden.

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How To Grow Okra From Seed

Okra is a great option for gardeners in warmer climates. They are surprisingly easy to grow and with just a few plants, can produce enough to feed your whole family. A major factor in starting your okra seeds is timing.

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Okra Growing Guide

Okra is a Southern staple that has been grown in gardens all over for centuries. Okra belongs to the mallow family along with roselle hibiscus and also cotton.

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Cucumber Growing Guide

From their prolific growth habit to the multitude of ways you can enjoy and preserve them, growing cucumbers should for sure have a place in your garden planning.

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Pepper Growing Guide

Growing pepper plants in your garden is a fun way to add a pop of color and spice to an otherwise simple vegetable garden. These prolific plants come in so many varieties and, more importantly, flavors that there are a million different ways to utilize these spicy treats.

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