Tips on Growing Melons

Summer means cantaloupes, honeydews, and watermelon. Plant them now to give ’em a good start.

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SELECTING YOUR GARDEN SITE

If you’re a beginner, start small. You can always make the garden bed bigger if you are really crazy about gardening. If your interest wanes – or if some unexpected life event comes up that makes taking care of your garden difficult – then the garden is still manageable.

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The Lowdown on Sod

The very nice thing about sod is that somebody else – specifically, a team of people who knows a LOT about growing grass – has prepared this grass for the last 14 to 18 months, seeding it, feeding it, and blasting every weed that even tries to show its spindly head. So basically you’re paying to have a professional’s lawn installed at your house.

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