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How Long Will Pumpkins Last After You Harvest Them From The Garden?

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How Long Will Pumpkins Last After You Harvest Them From The Garden?

 

House Digest answers the question. "Carving an epic Halloween pumpkin design with a drill is a fun yearly project. But pumpkins have more to offer than a few days of terrifying scowls.

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Gardener shares common misconception about many of the edible plants in your garden.

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Gardener shares common misconception about many of the edible plants in your garden.

 

Yahoo News published this: "Gardener shares common misconception about many of the edible plants in your garden: ‘Thank you for the knowledge.’

"While most average fruit and veggie lovers tend to aim for a specific end product when growing food, many plants offer more than what meets the eye."

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This new gardening trend is saving homeowners both cash and time.

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This new gardening trend is saving homeowners both cash and time.

 

According to Yahoo News, "A growing number of gardeners are planting “green mulches” instead of hauling mulch into their yards, which has numerous benefits for gardeners and the environment."

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Gardener reveals ‘lazy’ hack for fighting off pesky invasive weeds.

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Gardener reveals ‘lazy’ hack for fighting off pesky invasive weeds.

 

It's not a revelation. Ruth Stout promoted this method many years ago, but Yahoo News reports, "Gardening can be pretty high maintenance, but one TikToker shared her favorite gardening hack to cut down on your to-do list. Apparently, it all comes down to mulching."

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Homeowner Takes Swift Action After HOA Vehemently Rejects Their Simple Yard Alteration: ‘It's The Only Way To Beat Them’

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Homeowner Takes Swift Action After HOA Vehemently Rejects Their Simple Yard Alteration: ‘It's The Only Way To Beat Them’

 

The CoolDown.com posted the following: "One Redditor recently posted looking for advice when their local homeowners association singled them out for their raised garden beds.

"Many homeowners who want to add gardens or other eco-friendly improvements to their homes face resistance from their HOA. One Redditor faced fines for having a garden bed just a few inches too wide, and another complained about the unfair, inconsistent enforcement of rules about planters."

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