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“My Garden Post” The Perfect Gift for Mothers Who Garden

The My Garden Post team has lowered the price of our vertical growing system, now through Mother’s Day. You pay only $149.99 and we’ll ship it free of charge, to arrive before her special day. That’s a total savings of $54.~~Available in green and terra cotta~~Six reasons why My Garden Post is the perfect gift for mother. Mothers, especially those over [...]

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Creating Your Garden of Herbs

Early in the development stages of My Garden Post a business friend asked me, “What’s the purpose of your new product?” He went on to explain that gardeners will gauge the value of the product by the problems it solves. Last week I wrote in detail of the many unique features and applications of My Garden Post. In today’s post, [...]

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Who Gardens on My Garden Post?

It took Marc and me over two years to design, develop and launch My Garden Post. We missed our early spring 2013 launch goal but orders began to roll in by the middle of May and have continued to this date. As our customer list grew, we intently studied our customer demographics and compared that demographic to the user we [...]

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Start Your Vegetable Seeds Indoors with the Right Soil, Fertilizer, Moisture,Temperature & Sunlight.

I’m a week late getting this essential information on seed starting to you. I want to apologize for that up front and hope today’s suggestions get to you in time to be of benefit. My last post emphasized the importance of starting your seeds at the right time and I included a seed starting calendar for reference. I also [...]

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Start Your Vegetable Seeds Indoors or Buy Your Transplants?

It’s decision time; town meeting has past and most serious gardeners use that day as a cue to begin seed starting. Others wonder if it would be easier to buy transplants. Here’s my spin on it. Steve Covey, highly acclaimed author of “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, would tell us to begin with the end in mind. I [...]

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Mike and Linda with My Garden Post in Arizona

Mike and Linda are happy with the return of hot days and warm nights to Arizona. They’ve shared several pictures and comments of their vertical gardening experiences on My Garden Post over the past two months.The My Garden Post owners drove their new RV to Az. to spend the 1st winter. Realizing that there was no [...]

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Growing on My Garden Post

The minds of My Garden Post owners living north of the Sunbelt states will soon turn to gardening and plans will be made to get the maximum yield from their vertical gardening systems. One key decision we have to make is, will we seed directly into the planter or will we buy starter plants and transplant them to the [...]

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How to Grow Herbs Indoors with Ease and Enjoyment

Herbs are the most popular plant group for indoor winter gardening for practical reasons. They’re easy to grow inside, but gardeners seldom grow anything just because it’s easy. Cooks enjoy a source of fresh seasonings grown just a few steps from the kitchen. I think that’s likely the motivation. Growing healthy vigorous herbs is easy, only if you provide them [...]

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Oliver’s tomatoes and peppers produce their first fruit on his indoor My Garden Post.

For you folks who really enjoy vegetable and herb gardening, the fun doesn’t have to end with the first hard frost in the fall. It simply means it’s time to move inside and find a good sized south-facing window to set up operations. Now if you happen to live in the southern states from Florida to southern California, you [...]

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Shake your Tomatoes and Peppers to Increase Pollination

Last week I posted some helpful information on growing cucumbers indoors and two ways you can help nature with the process of pollination, remember? For those who don’t, refer to last week’s post. Unlike the cucumber, tomatoes and peppers have a perfect flower.This simply means the male and female structures are found in the same blossom. Some pollination and fruit production will take [...]

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