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Tips & Tools for Gardening in the West by Jodi Torpey About Jodi Learn to Grow Speaker for Hire FEATURED PRODUCT Vegetable Gardening: Innovative Small Space Solutions TOPICS WEBSITE SEARCH Home Climate Change Gardens & Gardeners Insects & Spiders Lawn care Organic gardening Perennial plants Planting Information Plants Preparing & Preserving Resources Soil Sustainable Landscaping Tools Trees Vegetable Gardening Water Issues Weird Veggie & Funny Fruits Xeriscaping RECENT POSTS Are You America’s Best Gardener? Happy New Gardening Year 2017 Gravenstein Apple wins 2016 Weird Veggie Contest RESOURCES 17 Ways to Get Your Garden Growing Report Articles Colorado Gardener’s Companion Book Colorado Gardener’s Companion Excerpt Are You America’s Best Gardener? By Jodi Torpey March 2nd, 2017 Could you be one of America’s Best Gardeners? Maybe! That’s if you’re willing to enter your indoor garden, ornamental garden or vegetable garden in the 2017 America’s Best Gardener contest, sponsored by Seedlingers. Not sure your garden can stand up to the competition? Perhaps a $10,000 grand prize will convince you to enter! America’s Best Gardener is the premier event for recognizing and celebrating the talents of gardeners from across the country. And I’m pleased to say I’ll be one of the judges deciding the three top winners from this season’s photo entries. Even though it’s early in the year, the contest is already open for entries. All the rules and details are on the Americas Best Gardener website. Be sure to watch for more information and updates here as the season grows on. Good luck, Gardeners! Read the rest of this entry ? Tags: America's Best Gardener Contest, Gardening Posted in Gardens & Gardeners, Organic gardening, Vegetable Gardening, Xeriscaping | No Comments ? Happy New Gardening Year 2017 By Jodi Torpey January 5th, 2017 Welcome to 2017 and a brand new gardening year. What plans do you have for the coming season? A snowy start to the new year is a good time to brew a cup of tea and spend a few minutes thinking about the garden. Perhaps some of my latest ideas will help inspire you: This week I wrote about one of the newest trends in preserving the harvest, although it’s also one of the oldest. My post at VegetableGardener.com may help you find new ways to stick to this year’s resolutions or it might help you find new ways to prepare the next bumper crop of zucchini as you Resolve to Enjoy Fermented Vegetables in the New Year. If you’re contemplating what to do with your winter landscape, this post on my Lowe’s Mountain Region blog gives tips for taking care of trees and perennials during the winter. In Winter Gardening Helps Protect Trees and Plants, I’ve also included ways to enjoy the beauty of your winter garden. Read the rest of this entry ? Tags: Landscape Care, Winter Posted in Gardens & Gardeners, Sustainable Landscaping | No Comments ? Gravenstein Apple wins 2016 Weird Veggie Contest By Jodi Torpey September 13th, 2016 How ’bout them apples?! A double Gravenstein apple put the Funny into the 2016 Weird Veggie & Funny Fruit contest sponsored by WesternGardeners.com. Rena DeMello of Corvallis, Oregon, grew this apple in the small orchard on her mini-farm. The contest judge thought the picture of her apple still on the tree looked like a “friendly alien” with its two “eyes” and smirky grin. Rena’s “pear” of apples was likely caused by two ovules that formed on the same flower. Horticultural experts say that cool temperatures while plants are flowering are often the cause of funny-looking fruits like this one. There were plenty of funny fruits and weird veggie entries in this year’s contest. All the entries celebrated the wonderful oddball produce gardeners find in their gardens around the U.S. and Canada. Here are the runners-up for 2016: Second place in the contest goes to Apri Hitchcot, grown by Kathy McGuire of La Grande, Oregon. Read the rest of this entry ? Tags: Weird Veggie & Funny Fruit Contest Posted in Gardens & Gardeners, Vegetable Gardening, Weird Veggie & Funny Fruits | No Comments ? Enter the 2016 Weird Veggie and Funny Fruit Contest By Jodi Torpey August 9th, 2016 It’s time for the 2016 edition of the Weird Veggie & Funny Fruit photo contest sponsored by WesternGardeners.com! Every year since 2009 I’ve given prizes to celebrate the crazy carrots, oddball eggplants and tasteless tomatoes gardeners find growing in their vegetable gardens. If there’s anything funny growing on in your garden, let’s see it! Here’s how to enter photos of your perfectly imperfect produce: The contest begins on August 10 and ends September 10 at 10:00 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time. Send digital photos (in focus) of your crazy-looking fruit or vegetable to Jodi @ WesternGardeners.com. There’s a limit of 3 images per person. Give each entry a name and include your city and state; the contest is open to gardeners residing in the U.S. The winner will be chosen by an experienced, impartial judge. The winner will be notified on September 12. A gardener’s gift package will be awarded to the contest winner; runners up will receive a smaller token of appreciation. Read the rest of this entry ? Tags: Weird Veggie & Funny Fruit Contest Posted in Gardens & Gardeners, Resources, Vegetable Gardening, Weird Veggie & Funny Fruits | 2 Comments ? Come Along to the Country Living Fair Contest By Jodi Torpey May 12th, 2016 I’m taking my Blue Ribbon Vegetable Gardening show on the road to the Country Living Fair, June 3, in Rhinebeck, NY. Please join me! Here’s your chance to win two 3-day passes to the Country Living Fair at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in the gorgeous Hudson Valley. If you’re a fan of Country Living magazine, you’ll love getting to be part of the excitement of this incredible event! There’s plenty to see, do and buy… Shop at hundreds of booths filled with vintage and handmade treasures and one-of-a-kind antiques. Attend free seminars on gardening (like mine), decorating and more. Learn new recipes at the cooking demonstrations. Enjoy live music and delicious food. Meet some of the folks that make the magazine the fan favorite that it is! To enter this random drawing for the 2 3-day passes, add your comment about what you love about going to fairs — any fair, from county fair to state fair. Festivals count, too. Read the rest of this entry ? Tags: Contest, Country Living Fair Posted in Gardens & Gardeners, Resources, Vegetable Gardening | 4 Comments ? Plant for Hummingbirds on Earth Day By Jodi Torpey April 22nd, 2016 Happy Earth Day 2016! For the last 17 years I’ve worked to create an eco-friendly naturescape in my suburban backyard. I’ve planted native flowers, added low-maintenance perennial plants, reduced water use, and completely eliminated synthetic chemicals. My certified wildlife habitat includes food, water, shelter and places for all kinds of insects, birds and fuzzy critters to raise their young. But this year, I’m going to concentrate my wildlife-loving efforts to att...

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