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Growing Okra in the home garden

Okra is typically associated with southern vegetable gardening but it can be grown in most parts of the United States. It requires temperatures between 75 and 90 degrees to come to the fruiting stage. You can plant okra seeds...
Growing Okra

Try natural gardening to control insects

Gardening can be a dirty job, or you can be the kind of gardener that maintains a manicured lawn and does not have flower beds.Either way you will run into some insects as you take care of your plants...
Toads are a good defense against insects

Plant hardy or perennial Hibiscus for height and color

Hardy Hibiscus can be grown in hardiness zones 5A to 10B which means they can stand cold temperatures from -20 degrees Fahrenheit to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Once established they require only minimal watering.The hardy Hibiscus is available in many...
Bright Red Hardy Hibiscus

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