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For the Best Gardeners in the Cardiff Area

   Jan 28

Your Questions About Gardening

Donna asks… What if your husband wanted to put hundreds of gnome statues in the front yard? Maybe not hundreds, but enough to fill the yard. It would probably set a record for garden gnomes. The lawn is gravel anyway because of desert climate. I am thinking about doing this without bothering to tell my [...]

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   Jan 07

Your Questions About Gardening

Ruth asks… What would you do if you were suddenly attacked by a garden gnome? GardenersCardiff answers: Ha ha!! I’d totally shishkabob his head with a stake that i had for some reason that helped me plant my flowers.. Paul asks… who’s gonna win this fight? some elves just attacked my garden gnomes.man i need [...]

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   Dec 16

Your Questions About Gardening

Mark asks… How to start a Vegetable Garden? Hey! I plan on starting a vegetable garden soon, I’ve never done any gardening before. Would an experience gardener like to offer some advice? I’ve got a few basic questions! 1) Do you test pH levels of the dirt in your garden? If so, can you have [...]

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   Dec 12

Your Questions About Gardening

Sandra asks… I want to start a garden in the spring….where do I start? I live in SW Florida, if it makes a difference. On a canal. What are some basic steps to begin growing a garden? GardenersCardiff answers: Know what your zone is for one, and what will grow in that zone. You can [...]

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   Dec 08

Your Questions About Gardening

Lizzie asks… my vegetable garden? ok I have a little garden going, I have tomatoes, jalapeños, bell peppers, red chili peppers and cilantro that I bought and they had the vegetables growing on them and its been 3 weeks since I planted them and they are all dead, and I also have seeds growing sunflowers [...]

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   Dec 04

Your Questions About Gardening

Helen asks… Where can I purchase a rare Parrot Plant? GardenersCardiff answers: Http://toptropicals.com/cgi-bin/garden_catalog/cat.cgi http://www.growbyseed.com/Tropicals.html Sharon asks… praying mantises? i live in taylor michigan, i want a praying mantis, i dont nowwere to look,please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GardenersCardiff answers: Many garden Catalogs sell Praying Mantises in the spring. Try a farm and garden supply store, they will be [...]

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   Nov 30

Your Questions About Gardening

Joseph asks… I Need a Gift Suggestion for…? I would like recommendations for my favorite garden center employee.She’s great! She answer every question patiently and frankly,. I appreciate what she brings to the workplace. Of course, she has access to all types of plants and garden things so, I was wondering if you all would [...]

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   Nov 20

Your Questions About Gardening

Donald asks… How To Plan Your Herb Garden? GardenersCardiff answers: Hi Sharon Salt, This is Ricks Picks. I work in the Garden Department for The Home Depot. Thank you for your question about planting an herb garden. The “How to” part depends on where you are planning to put your garden, inside or outside. If [...]

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   Nov 18

Your Questions About Gardening

Helen asks… Who likes gardening and houseplants? What’s your favorite thing to grow in your garden? What’s your favorite houseplant? GardenersCardiff answers: I love gardening, indoor and outdoor. I don’t care for the heat so in the hot months I garden outdoors very early or some times very late. I have been known to put [...]

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   Nov 10

Your Questions About Gardening

James asks… Vegetable Garden books?? What is the best book you have found on Vegetable Gardening? GardenersCardiff answers: “Sunset Magazine” puts out some really cool, user friendly garden books including a real nifty veggie series. By user friendly, not only do the speak english that we can understand with color pictures and detailed diagrams, but [...]

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