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Download: Building and Using Hotbeds and Coldframes

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A coldframe is a protected plant bed. It has no artificial heat added. The temperature difference between the inside and outside of the frame is generally not more than 5 to 10 degrees. A mat or blanket may be placed over the frame on cold nights to conserve heat, but this increases temperature by only a few degrees. There are times, however, when a few degrees can be very important.

A coldframe is used to provide shelter for tender perennials, to "har…

Download: Raised-Bed Gardening

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Raised-bed gardening is a popular technique for growing plants in Missouri. Vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees and shrubs may be grown in raised beds, which can be attractive as well as useful.

Download: Steps in Fertilizing Garden Soil: Vegetables and Annual Flowers

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  • Step 1 Have soil tested
  • Step 2 Establish basic fertility level
  • Step 3 Apply maintenance fertilizer
  • Step 4 Use starter fertilizer
  • Step 5 Side-dress with nitrogen
  • Step 6 Maintain organic matter

Download: Plants and Their Environment

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Plants are living organisms that contain chlorophyll and use it to manufacture their own food. Their cell walls are more or less rigid and support both the individual cells and the whole structure. Even when plants have reached what we regard as their full, mature size, they continue to expand and develop new leaves, flowers, fruit and shoots.

Unlike animals, plants cannot move when the environment changes. They are at the mercy of the climate and the…

Download: Drying Flowers and Foliage for Arrangements

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Why dry flowers?

  • Dried plant materials provide distinctive indoor decoration.
  • Arrangements made from dried materials are long-lasting and require little care.
  • Drying flowers and foliage expands gardening activities without elaborate equipment or previous experience.
  • Drying flowers is inexpensive.

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