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What's New With Mrs DGS

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Jun 17, 2024

Bolting Plants

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Do you have bolting plants? Do you even know what bolting means? This week, we will take a look at bolting, what it means, and when and why it happens.

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Jun 17, 2024

Deadhead Your Garden

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What on earth does it mean to deadhead your garden? It sounds really strange if you have never heard the term before.

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Jun 10, 2024

Sun Exposure

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Sun exposure or the amount of light that a plant needs depends on the plant and where you live. If you are in Texas, the sun is strong and can burn plants up.

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Jun 03, 2024

Morning Glory Family

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The morning glory family consists of more than just morning glory flowers.

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May 27, 2024

Malvaceae Family

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This week, we will talk about the Malvaceae Family of plants. What on earth could that be? Let's see...

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May 19, 2024

The Onion Family

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The onion family in the world of gardening is also known as the Allium family. All of the family members are known for their aromatic scent.

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May 13, 2024

Heirloom Garden Seeds

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When in doubt, always use heirloom garden seeds to plant in your backyard. David's Garden Seeds has over 1,000 heirloom varieties.

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May 08, 2024

Heirloom Tomatoes

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Everyone wants heirloom tomatoes. Why? Let's take a look at them this week.

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May 08, 2024

Tomato Problems

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There are many tomato problems that can occur when you grow tomatoes in your garden. Hopefully, this article will make you aware of some of them.

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Apr 21, 2024

Carrot Family

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This week, we will talk about all of the plants in the carrot family. This family is not just multiple colors of carrots! Let's take a look!

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Apr 15, 2024

Mint Family

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Let's talk about the mint family this week. The mint family is more than a bit of spearmint here and some peppermint there.

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Apr 12, 2024

Purple Tomato

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There has been a lot of talk in the gardening world lately about purple tomatoes. This week, we will unpack the first GMO seeds for the backyard gardener.

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Apr 07, 2024

Trap Crop

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Have you heard of the term Trap Crop? This week, we will discuss what they are and why you want to plant them.

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Apr 03, 2024

Eggs Benefits

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There are many eggs benefits. Yes, those farm fresh eggs are nutritious and are better for you than the eggs in the grocery store.

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Apr 01, 2024

Thinning Plants

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Do you know about thinning plants? Do you know why we thin plants? I talk to a lot of new gardeners who have no idea about this important gardening process.

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Mar 24, 2024

Insect Butter

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This morning, as I waited for my coffee, I found a nice little news blurb about insect butter. Butter made out of insects and they expect us to eat that?

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Mar 18, 2024

Harden Off

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If you are transplanting garden plants, you will need to harden off the plants before you put them in your garden. What does that mean? Let's find out!

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Mar 12, 2024

Intensive Planting

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So what is intensive planting? Why would you want to do this in your home garden? This week we will talk about it and learn together.

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Mar 11, 2024

Bioengineered Food AKA GMO

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Bioengineered food also known as GMO or genetically modified organisms is now the latest term found on packages of food in the USA.

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Mar 10, 2024

Winterize Your Texas Garden

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Before you winterize your Texas garden, most of the gardeners in America have winterized theirs in September or October. We are still growing fall gardens.

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Feb 25, 2024

Direct Sow Your Garden

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Right now, it is too early to direct sow most seeds in your garden. You must wait for the final frost in your area for most seeds. The soil is not warm enough.

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Feb 19, 2024

Grow Early Vegetables

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You can grow early vegetables in the spring so you have delicious fresh food right from the garden as soon as the season allows.

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Feb 11, 2024

Seed Stratification

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Seed stratification is not necessary with most seeds. However, there are some seeds that must be cold prior to planting or they will not germinate.

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Feb 06, 2024

German Pancake Recipe aka Dutch Baby Pancake Recipe

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Here is a German pancake recipe (aka Dutch Baby Pancake) that I enjoy making because it uses a lot of eggs, which we happen to have a lot of.

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Feb 04, 2024

Seed Scarification

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Seed scarification can be an important part of learning how to garden. Do you have any idea what it is? This week, we will talk about it.

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Jan 28, 2024

How To Plant Seeds

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With spring approaching and so many new gardeners wanting to grow food, you need to learn how to plant seeds.

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Jan 27, 2024

Tomato Plants 1/27/24

We have some tomato plants that are ready for purchase. Here is what David has to say about them:

We have tomato plants ready. This year they will $7.95 no matter the size or how many you purchase.

Before you accuse us of highway robbery keep the following in mind:

We grow our own which means we do it by hand instead of machine like the big boys do. This is labor intensive. Labor is not cheap.

Due to the cold snap, and the fact that we have to keep the temperature at least 55 degrees for the plants to grow, we have added electrical and propane gas charges. Electricity has gone up from last year and so has the propane gas.

We added more electrical outlets for more heat and other improvements to the greenhouse. Added more heaters.

We had to replace the pump on the water well.

Property taxes have gone up. No matter how many times Texans vote to decrease the rate, the tax people just raise the value to cover the difference. Something they and politicians think Texans are too stupid to figure out.

Seeds, planters and trays have all gone up in price.

The germination mix we use has gone up in price.

Fertilizer has gone up in price.

There are many other miscellaneous expenses that go into maintaining a greenhouse.

Our price we be $7.95.

But you have to look at the value. One plant has the ability to produce at least 15 pounds of home grown, great-tasting tomatoes. Not like the wax tasting stuff you buy in the store.

This is about .55 cents per pound. When was the last time you paid .55 cents for a pound of tomatoes?

The value far exceeds the price of the plant.

I hope you have a great growing season.

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Jan 21, 2024

Organic Fertilizers For The Garden

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This week, we are talking about organic fertilizers for the garden. This will help you prepare for spring planting now.

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Jan 15, 2024

Garden Mulch Ideas

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This week, we will look at some garden mulch ideas. We get a lot of questions about what is or can be used as a good mulch in the garden.

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Jan 08, 2024

How To Transplant Plants

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This week, we are talking about how to transplant plants from starter pots or how to transplant grown plants to bigger pots.

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Dec 31, 2023

Pruning A Plant

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Pruning a plant is an important of gardening. This week, we will learn how to do this.

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Dec 25, 2023

Celebrate Advent

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December is the time to celebrate Advent, the weeks leading up to Christmas when we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

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Dec 17, 2023

Citrus Trees In Texas

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Yes, you can grow citrus trees in Texas. The problem is keeping them alive until they are well established. It just doesn't get cold in Texas.

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Dec 16, 2023

Grow Strawberries From Seed

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This page will teach you how to grow strawberries from seed in your home garden.

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Dec 03, 2023

Grow Loose Leaf Lettuce

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If you have a hydroponics system or some grow lights and pots for indoors, you can grow loose leaf lettuce this winter. Of course, you can grow it directly in

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Nov 26, 2023

Grow An Avocado Tree From An Avocado Pit

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Yes, you can grow an avocado tree from an avocado pit by saving your avocado pit which is where the seed is.

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Nov 20, 2023

Ways To Use Your Pumpkin

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After Halloween, what are some ways to use your pumpkin? I have about eight pumpkins outside of my farm store. What will I do with them?

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Nov 14, 2023

Winter Greenhouse

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Because it now gets very cool and sometimes downright cold in Texas, we have to move our plants to a winter greenhouse in the fall. We go from one extreme

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Nov 05, 2023

Planting Bulbs In The Fall

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Planting bulbs in the fall is an annual tradition if you want to grow many things including garlic, tulips, and many other lovely flowers that do not grow from

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Oct 31, 2023

Health Benefits Of Garlic

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Aside from the good taste, there are health benefits of garlic that you should know about. Include planting garlic in your garden every fall.

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Oct 26, 2023

Winter Garden In Texas

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You can have a winter garden in Texas. Usually, we have a mild enough winter compared to up North so you can grow a lot of vegetables.

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Oct 15, 2023

Planting By The Moon

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This week, we will talk about planting by the moon, also known as lunar gardening. Farmers have been planting by the moon's phases for many years.

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Oct 08, 2023

Growing Greens

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Growing greens for your health is a great way to begin to eat better for both you and your family. When I was a child, the only vegetables we ate were

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Oct 06, 2023

Fall Garden

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Let's talk about the fall garden you will be planting in just two weeks. We have actually talked about it many other times on both of our websites.

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Oct 03, 2023

Growing Peanuts In Your Backyard Garden

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Growing peanuts in your backyard garden this year should be a lot of fun. We no longer carry the seeds but I want to try my hand at growing the delicious snack.

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Oct 01, 2023

Container Gardening

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Fall is an especially good time to consider container gardening. Why? Because if it gets cold, you can move the container indoors instead of losing your plants.

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Sep 27, 2023

Cucurbit Plants

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Cucurbit plants, also known as the gourd family or Cucurbitaceae, are a plant family consisting of about 965 species. You probably have some growing in your

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Sep 18, 2023

October Planting

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Let's take this week to discuss October planting so that when October comes, we are ready to roll. It is so important to be prepared because whatever you do or

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Sep 11, 2023

Brassica Plants

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Brassica plants aka the cabbage family or Brassicaceae make up the largest family of edible plants.

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