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gardening dos & don'ts
If you've ever thought about growing a cutting garden read these “dos and don’ts” for success
This will let you know when it’s safe to start planting your seeds and transplanting your seedlings.
When starting a cut flower garden be sure to use quality seeds that are free from pesticides and disease .
Pick the flowers that "the more you cut, the more blooms the plant will produce”
Snip the plant’s central stem to encourage more blooms and straight stems.
Adding rich organic matter, such as compost will provide the nutrients your flowers need.
The increased pollination from the bees and other pollinators will make your garden even more productive.
Use soaker or irrigation hoses to slowly bring the water to the plant’s roots before evaporating.
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