SAVING GARDENING SEEDS WITH CHARLIE NARDOZZI

Late summer and fall are perfect times to collect and save seeds from your flower and vegetable gardens. Collecting seeds is a good way to replant the same variety next year and save some money. While most seeds can be saved for one year and germinate and grow well, some vegetables and flowers, if stored […]

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Preserving the Bouquet With VELCRO® Brand

Spring is coming and to get you excited about the flowers that are starting to bloom outside, how about decorating inside your home with cut flowers? Cut flowers are wildly popular. More than 4 billion cut flower stems are sold in the United States each year and almost 80% of them come from Colombia and Equador. Whether it be roses, lilies, carnations or many others, to keep these world traveling cut flowers fresh after they come home is a challenge.

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Self-Install Kits: A New Frontier for Cable Management

In the past few years, cable providers alone have increased their deployment of self-install kits by 40 percent. We predict the continued growth of self-install solutions among internet, security, over-the-top programming and other home utilities because these kits are a win-win in savings when it comes to service upgrades and enhancements.

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Create Your Own Holiday Bough

Tis the season for holiday decorating and while trees, poinsettias and wreaths dominate many garden centers don’t forget creating a beautiful, holiday swag. Holiday swags are versatile. They can be hung from doorways and walls indoors and outside or used as centerpieces on your table. You can make them big and gaudy or small and simple. 

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How to Care for Container Tomatoes

Resident Garden Expert, Charlie Nardozzi shares how to stay on top of your tomato plant growth with tips on tomato container culture.

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It’s Time to Prune!

Now that it’s finally springtime, our Resident Gardening Pro, Charlie Nardozzi shares his tips for tackling those ;much needed gardening chores while it’s still cold.

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