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Drying Herbs

Drying Herbs by Sue Adams Using a Dehydrator: This method is fast and protects against possible mold. Wash herbs lightly in cold running water. Drain thoroughly on absorbent towels or hang plants upside down until the water evaporates. Place the … Read More

Tomato FAQ

Mark and Sue Adams answer your most frequently asked questions on growing and caring for tomato plants.   How are Heirloom, Hybrid and Grafted Tomatoes Different? An heirloom tomato is a tomato plant that is more than 50 years old. … Read More

How to Overwinter and Care for Mums

by Sue Adams Our winters can be challenging for mums, so to help them survive Hudson Valley winters: When the foliage has succumbed to frost, cut the plant back to the ground. Apply a thick mulch (chopped leaves, pine needles, … Read More

Vegetables You Can Plant in April

Article submitted by Mark Adams of Mark Adams Greenhouses Gardeners who can’t wait for spring to arrive have plenty of options. I always plant my vegetable garden too early (and put everything way too close together). Garlic that I planted … Read More

5 Easiest Vegetables for Home Gardens

by Mark Adams Forget local – we now have “hyperlocal” fresh vegetables you can grow on your own. Here are 5 essential vegetables that can be grown without any problems – no insect pests, no diseases, no spraying! Just plant, … Read More

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