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What to Plant in Winter

Tweet Okay, garden lovers. You have been patient long enough and the time has arrived. That’s right, it’s time to stop daydreaming about your spring garden and get started. Before you can start planting your spring garden seeds, you need to make sure you have everything you want to plant on hand, and to make […]

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UrbanFig: January

What to Grow in January

by on January 2, 2013

Tweet If you are lucky enough to live in one of the warmer zones like Carol does in California (Zones 9 and up), you probably have the gift of being able to grow your garden year-round. For the rest of us, especially those who are coming down with a case of the winter blues like […]

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TweetFebruary is an exciting month for gardeners because it is a great time to get seeds started for your spring garden. Though it is too cold outside to plant for most of us, starting seeds indoors is a great way to fight off the winter blues. Here are our top urban garden items to plant […]

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What to Plant in January

by on December 30, 2011

TweetA lot of people are surprised to learn that you can plant some urban garden favorites in the middle of winter, even in January. Depending on the climate where you live, it is easy to get a jump on your spring garden now and getting your hands in the soil will go a long way […]

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What to Plant in December?

by on November 23, 2011

Tweet If you live in a temperate environment like Los Angeles or in the South (zone 9 and 10), you are lucky enough to be able to grow all year long.  Here is a handy list for what to plant in December in these types of climates. I suggest planting them a container or raised […]

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