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Hoang Quang

Hello! I’m Quang Hoang and Grow Gardener is my little nook for all the adventures, and occasional misadventures, on my journey in gardening! As I continue to awaken life in little seeds and struggle to keep flora alive, I’ll be here sharing with all of you what I’ve learned! Join me in my little garden, and let’s grow together.

Broccoli is one of the favorite and very familiar vegetables eaten in the world. It is delicious and healthy as it is loaded with nutrients from B vitamins to vitamin C. vitamins E to K, folate (folic acid) to potassium, calcium to iron, among others. Amazingly, you can eat this raw or slightly steamed and …

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Whether stuffed or baked, spaghetti squash is not only a delicious vegetable but a nutritious one. This should be found in your vegetable garden. If you already have some, you are probably on the waiting period. That rewarding time wherein you pick the fruit of the plant!

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If you have your own lawn mower then you need to maintain the same. Lawn mowers basically trim or prune the garden grasses and these machines move through the garden surface, and collect the clutters from the garden or lawn. So after operating these lawn mowers for longer period, you may find some difficulty in …

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A trusty wheelbarrow is one of the first things any respectable gardener will need once you upgrade from anything smaller than pot. Fortunately, unlike the wheelbarrows of yesteryear, we’ll have more than just old hulking steel models that are encrusted with concrete from its last job. And for the discriminating gardener, only the best wheelbarrow …

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Nicknamed as “fruit of the angels” by the Italian explorer and colonizer Christopher Columbus, papaya is a popular herb in tropical areas, most specifically Southeast Asia. It can only grow in warm areas as it cannot tolerate cold or freezing temperatures. These days, you can plant some in zones 10 to 12 in the US …

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For those wanting the look of a clean, neat, striped and manicured lawn, then mowers are an absolute must. However, when the wide cutting widths of zero-turn mowers are overkill for your relatively small yard, then you might fare better with an efficient push-reel mower. Not only will you get a more compact mower that …

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From soups to sautéed dishes, dill is used as seasoning and/or flavor. You can make a lot of appetizers, main courses and even snacks. It is that versatile in the kitchen. In addition, this is also used for medicinal purposes. That’s why having several dills at home can become handy at times.

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Rosemary is a shrub that can add a little vibrancy to an estate or a small house. Whether you are planning to get some or recently planted one, you may be wondering if trimming is necessary. There is no need to cut rosemary as it doesn’t grow big and rapidly unlike other bushes.

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Vines can be a nuisance to gardeners and farmers. They do not just create an unattractive look. The rapid growth and spread of this can endanger the best plants in the field. Whether you like it or not, it’s best to get rid of them as quickly as possible. The good news is that you …

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Like their aquatic namesake, the many different coral tones are a sight to behold. Unlike deep reds and bright yellows that are striking at a glance, coral is the opposite as its soft shades of orange-pink to salmon until baby pink calms you into relaxation. It’s not surprising then that the color coral typically represents …

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Some flowers simply defy explanation. Take for instance the ephemeral beauty of the Lamprocapnos. Many also call it the bleeding heart due to its pink heart-shaped flowers with a protruding tip that, on the vine, resembles a series of bleeding hearts dangling on a line. Surprisingly, though, these lovely blooms are just the flower buds …

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