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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Eggplant
Friday, 04/12/13
I've got a riddle for you. What eggs come in white, yellow, purple, red, orange and green and hail from India? It's really not an egg. It's the eggplant!
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Soil
Friday, 04/05/13
By Charlie Nardozzi
Let's get down and dirty about soil.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Cilantro
Friday, 03/29/13
By Charlie Nardozzi
"O soapy flavor. Why pollutest thou my food?  Thou makest me retch." That's hardly a ringing endorsement for an herb, but unfortunately some people feel that way about cilantro.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: New Colorful Flowers
Friday, 03/22/13
By Charlie Nardozzi
When putting together a hanging basket, container or garden bed, there are lots of annual flower choices to use. Here are a few new varieties to look for in your garden center this spring.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Apples
Friday, 03/15/13
By Charlie Nardozzi
What fruit is associated with the names John, Betty and Steve?  It's the apple. That would be Johnny Appleseed, Apple Betty and Steve Jobs.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Starting Seeds
Friday, 03/01/13
Here are some seed starting tips for you and me to remember to help contain ourselves.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Garden Designs
Friday, 02/22/13
By Charlie Nardozzi
Winter is a great time of year for garden planning. Whether it be a trip to Italy with me or a new garden bed, now is the time to get ready for the coming garden season. Charlie Nardozzi has been reading Toby Hemenway's permaculture book, Gaia's Garden, and has a few new design concepts he's going to try.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Protect Your Roses!
Friday, 10/26/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
all is a time for wrapping up the garden, both figuratively and literally. It's time to pull out frost-killed annual flowers, cut back perennial flowers, compost leaves, and protect tender shrubs. One of the most precious flowers to protect are your roses.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Species Tulip
Friday, 10/19/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
If you happen to be wandering the mountainous regions of Turkey in spring, you may notice small wildflowers that look oddly familiar. The species tulip originated from this region of the world and in the 1600s was used by the Dutch to breed the now famous large flowered tulips we all know and love.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Unusual Foliage Plants
Friday, 10/12/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
It's hard to beat Mother Nature's show, but if you're looking to add some unusual shrubs and trees to your yard and particularly want some with fall foliage color, I've got some ideas for you.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Frost
Friday, 10/05/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Cold hardy vegetables such as leeks, Brussels sprouts, arugula, and carrots can withstand some frost. Annual flowers such as snapdragons and violas can too. But what about those plants that you want to keep growing in spite of the cold?
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Lasagna Gardening
Friday, 09/28/12
Lasagna gardening is a way to eliminate all digging, turning and tilling to create a bed next spring that will be ready to plant.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Fall Brambles
Friday, 09/21/12
For years, fall was all about apples, pears and pumpkins. Those were the symbolic fruits and vegetables of our autumn. But now edible gardeners can add raspberries and blackberries to the list.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Leeks
Friday, 09/14/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Called the poor man's asparagus by the French, leeks are a seldom used, but delicious vegetable.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Goldenrod
Friday, 09/07/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Goldenrod is a native North American wildflower that is in full bloom this time of year.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Powdery Mildew Disease
Friday, 08/31/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Late summer is known for tons of tomatoes, asters and goldenrod in bloom, and white patches on lilac, birch, phlox, bee balm, squash and  other leaves. It all sounds ideal, except for those white patches. They are the sign of powdery mildew disease.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Post-Irene Garden Recovery
Friday, 08/24/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
This week we're remembering a somber anniversary: the date tropical storm Irene wrecked havoc on Vermont.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: The Hardy Kiwi
Friday, 08/17/12
Growing fruit is becoming more popular and many gardeners are experimenting with some exotics too. Well, it doesn't get any more exotic in the fruit world than the kiwi.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Echinacea
Friday, 08/10/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Ahh echinacea. This simple native midwestern prairie plant has garnered so much interest from a medical standpoint, that some people overlook its beauty in the perennial garden.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Tomato Crop Review
Friday, 08/03/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Any evaluation of the summer vegetable garden isn't complete with a review of the tomato crop.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Peaches
Friday, 07/27/12
By Charlie Nardozzi
Peaches are a special summer treat that have a long history. Early explorers of North and South America brought peaches to the New World, but it was the native Americans who spread them, planting peach pits as they traveled the countryside.
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Perennial Flowers
Friday, 07/20/12
There are some interesting things to know about selecting perennial flower varieties for shade in Vermont. This week on The Vermont Garden Journal, Charlie Nardozzi tells you what they are!
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Squash Bugs
Friday, 07/13/12
Summer squash and zucchinis are prolific, but they do attract certain pests that can downright kill the plant
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Vermont Garden Journal: Vermont Garden Journal: Watering Plants
Friday, 07/06/12
This week on the Vermont Garden Journal, tips on watering your plants just the right amount!
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