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Gardening Tips

Cauliflower – Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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Cauliflower – Gardening Tips from the Culinary View as recommended by Michael Vidrine Finally it’s almost Christmas and time for the winter solstice – the official start of winter.   By this month, the warm season vegetables are out of the garden and, except for some persimmons, all the fruits have been harvested as well.  Despite […]

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Kohlrabi – Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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Kohlrabi- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View as recommended by Michael Vidrine We are in the middle of Fall now and sometime this month we should expect our first freeze. The warm season vegetables are on the way out but the cool season vegetables are in full stride. One fairly unusual vegetable that we grow […]

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Cucumber- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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Cucumbers- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View as recommended by Michael Vidrine Autumn officially begins in late September and sometime this month we will see a moderation of the really hot Summer temperatures. In particular, we will get cooler nighttime temperatures so plants can recover from daytime heat. Many vegetables will perk up noticeably and […]

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Okra- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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Okra- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View as recommended by Michael Vidrine August is a pretty stressful month for gardening and gardeners in our area. This month is often pretty dry and really hot but the garden and orchard can still be bountiful. This is the month for the plants that really love the heat […]

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Squash- Gardening Quick Tips

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Squash- Gardening Quick Tips as recommended by Michael Vidrine Summer Squash 10 Quick Tips   Varieties come in different shapes, sizes, and colors.   Warm season annual vegetable.  Plantings can be made in the spring after the soil warms up to near 70 and additional plantings can be made through the warm season up to early fall.   Prefers a fertile […]

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Squash- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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Squash- Gardening Tips from the Culinary View as recommended by Michael Vidrine Summer officially  begins this month and we can expect average high temperatures in the 90’s.  Warm season crops are in full stride and one of the most bountiful  are the Summer squashes.  The word squash is derived from the native American word askutasquash.  Squash is a western hemisphere native originating in […]

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