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Gardening is a step toward a healthy life!
why do we garden?
Every journey to gardening is a personal one. And we all start small with simple reasons. At Floridayards, we garden to produce healthy foods for our families, provide fresh vegetables for our neighbors, and beautify our lovely home. Join us and let us be a part of your journey.
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DIY steps for tasks like tilling and weed removal. If you’re searching for gardening tips, look no further than here.
A beautiful garden with veggies and flowers will require protection from animals and other pests.
Organize your garden and keep it tidy. Browse our tips on yard organization and repair below.
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Cabbage is grown primarily for its compact collection of leaves known as the “head.” It has different colors of green, … Read more
Once thought to be poisonous, tomatoes have become one of the most popular crops grown in America, with over 400,000 … Read more
Many plants and flora, including sunflowers, thrive in Virginia, thanks to its humid, subtropical climate! Because of this, there is … Read more
Georgia has the typical southern climate with hot summers and mild winters. For this reason, it’s essential to know when … Read more
Corn has become a dietary stable in numerous regions of the world; it ranks among the most popular vegetables in … Read more
Growing onions at home is always a great idea, as these vegetables are not only a fantastic cooking ingredient but … Read more
Utah has a short growing season with about 170 frost-free days in a year, making it essential to know when … Read more
Pennsylvania has the highest number of pumpkin farms in the US, with most of the state’s gourds grown for Halloween … Read more
Oregon’s temperate climate provides a perfect environment for cultivating pumpkins. Statistically, OR ranks in the top 15 US states for … Read more
Welcome to the ultimate guide for collard planting in South Carolina! To cultivate leafy success, knowing when to plant collards … Read more
When to plant tomatoes in Alabama? For the North, it‘s April 15 – June 15 in the spring and July … Read more