Best Gardening Blogs This Week


(Mar. 4, 2011) This is a weekly feature where Suburban Hobby Farmer recaps the best gardening posts from other bloggers.

Hellum: Vegetables & Herbs

Tips on growing arugula from seeds
Many people in North America are not familiar with arugula, a easy-to-grow salad green that tastes best when grown in cooler weather. Susan provides a comprehensive view of growing this less popular but great tasting gem.

Veggie Gardening Tips

Planning Your First Vegetable Garden
Guest blogger Geoff Wakeling provides valuable info for the first-time gardener, including suggestions on which crops to grow, how to maximize productivity, crop rotation and soil improvement.

Urban Garden Casual

My Fairy Tale Urban Fruit Orchard
“Apples are red, peaches are orange, espaliers and festoons are the way to the orchard.” When you have only a fraction of an acre, is it possible to have three fruit trees? Mindy shows you how by using advanced fruit tree methods including espalier and festooning to grow fruit trees in a small space.

Tomato Casual

Planting Tomatoes: The Epic Tale of the Paper, Hand and the Seed
Mindy shares her method for planting small seeds. No expensive equipment is required.

Organic Farm & Garden

Be an Organic Gardening Success
Gardeners with limited space shouldn’t give up on organic methods. They can get as good or better yields than those practicing conventional gardening.

Related article that might interest you:

1. Best Gardening Blogs This Week, Feb. 25
2. Best of the Blogs Feb. 18
3. Best of the Blogs Feb. 11

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