Noelle Kaler
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stephanie Jones left a comment for Noelle Kaler
"THANK U FOR THE WARM WELCOME... "
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stephanie Jones left a comment for Noelle Kaler
"ITS BEEN ALMOST A YEAR AND I FINALLY GOT THE HANG OF USING THIS....I LOVE SEEING EVERYONES GARDENS....IT NOT THE KIND THAT ARE DONE BY PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPERS...I LIKE TO SEE THEM HOW CAN I SAY "RAW"
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Companion Gardening

A place to share plans, thoughts, and results as observed while using companion gardening to create a bountiful kitchen garden.
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Companion Gardening

A place to share plans, thoughts, and results as observed while using companion gardening to create a bountiful kitchen garden.
Oct 13, 2013
Vicky Myers commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Violets are edible too so you wouldn't want to use chemicals."
Jun 26, 2013
Vicky Myers commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"The Preen won't let your violets reseed so may not be an option for you."
Jun 26, 2013
thea stoughtenger zn4,ny commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"i read the preen package and it said to put it on before the weeds come up . i Said to late for that . so hopefully next year for that . except i like the violets and roses together and the wild violets are not chokeing out the roses ."
Jun 26, 2013
Vicky Myers commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Oh forgot the DON'T part of Preen, it won't kill the weeds you have but it will kill grass so DON'T get it anywhere near your lawn or grass if you have it."
Jun 26, 2013
Vicky Myers commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"I don't like to advicate chemicals but if you aren't eating your roses then you can dig all the weeds out and put down Preen and Green it is a preventitive it doesn't let the seeds germanate. The Green part of it is a fertilizer yoou…"
Jun 26, 2013
thea stoughtenger zn4,ny commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Well i have a fine mess now, so i can not make it much worse .The best i can do now is cut the weeds lower than the roses ."
Jun 26, 2013
Vicky Myers commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Sorry the weeds will still come all you can do is dig, hoe, dig, hoe and drag off the weeds. My garden has way more weeds and volunteers this year than ever before. Not to mention mosses, they don't stop the weeds either. They make it harder to…"
Jun 25, 2013
thea stoughtenger zn4,ny commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Thank you Bonnie and Vicky . My Ragusa roses are in a heart shaped  bed and i have violest growing in there with them . they just came up wild , and i have some pretty weed that is white and kind of feathery .i Have to get a picture before it…"
Jun 25, 2013
Vicky Myers commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Geraniums, Allium-chives, garlic, leek, onion, shallots, ornamental onions, & Rue according to the Roses Love Garlic book. Also put your banana peels into the ground under them."
Jun 24, 2013
Bonnie Hannum ~ Missouri, USA commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"Hi Thea,  I like using Alyssum, it's low growing and won't smother the air space needed around the roses; lavender, which makes a pretty backdrop and helps keep ahpids away, and herbs, chives, etc. also help repel pests. Just…"
Jun 23, 2013
thea stoughtenger zn4,ny commented on Noelle Kaler's group Companion Gardening
"does any one know what roses like to be planted with ?"
Jun 23, 2013
Jacqueline Walker left a comment for Noelle Kaler
" Thank you Noelle!  "
May 20, 2013

Profile Information

Which category best describes you?
Recreational Gardener, Garden Blogger
Skill level
Intermediate
Website
http://seedstoharvest.blogspot.com/
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
companion gardening
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
15-20 hours

Garden Tips:


  • When starting seeds, always keep your light source about 2 inches above the seeds and/or seedlings.
  • Don't forget to start seeds for your beneficial plants that help your vegetables in companion gardening.
  • The flowers and herbs you want to use in your companion planting in your 'neighborhoods' can be started by seed so you can afford to have all that you need in the garden!

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Noelle Kaler's Blog

First Signs of 2012 Garden

Posted on February 20, 2012 at 12:34pm 1 Comment

I planted my seedlings on the 12th and one week later, I already have seedlings coming up in the trays that I used the seed heat mats. I think I may have to look into purchasing a couple more. Right now, I just rotated trays so that the ones that have not sprouted yet are now on a heat mat. As the seedlings…

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The First Dill Pickles of 2011

Posted on July 12, 2011 at 3:30pm 5 Comments

So today we were able to can the first dill pickles of the season and now I can't wait for the next batch. It's one of those things that I kind of dread preparing for in terms of kitchen prep. Gathering all of the 'canning gear' and the large canner and making sure there is enough 'undisturbed' counter…

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Early Italian Purple Garlic Harvest

Posted on July 11, 2011 at 3:32pm 11 Comments

It seems like it was just a few days ago when I saw the curls of garlic scapes in my garden. I guess time flies in the garden! When the tops of the garlic were about 40-50% golden in color and were all laying over in the garden, it was time to harvest. I think the instant summer we experienced seemed to…

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It's not a title on my shelf, but it's a valued resource!

Posted on July 1, 2011 at 9:00pm 0 Comments

I peruse my bookshelf looking at quite a collection of book titles that range from regional books, to books about regional gardening, to a variety of books on organic gardening. Of course everyone who knows me knows that I have several books on companion gardening. But there is one resource that's good for a quick question, or even an opinion that you won't find wedged between titles on my shelf, Garden-Share. 

 

Garden-Share is on my laptop, my desktop computer, and on my…

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At 9:33am on April 9, 2014, stephanie Jones said…

THANK U FOR THE WARM WELCOME...

At 9:32am on April 9, 2014, stephanie Jones said…

ITS BEEN ALMOST A YEAR AND I FINALLY GOT THE HANG OF USING THIS....I LOVE SEEING EVERYONES GARDENS....IT NOT THE KIND THAT ARE DONE BY PROFESSIONAL LANDSCAPERS...I LIKE TO SEE THEM HOW CAN I SAY "RAW

At 7:45pm on May 20, 2013, Jacqueline Walker said…

Thank you Noelle!

 

At 10:03am on October 20, 2011, Mary Muetzel said…
Thanks Noelle, I'm not on much, I'm out of state right now. New gbaby spend more time on when i get home in Nov. Thanks for the note  Mary
At 10:47am on September 24, 2011, genuanne said…
Thank you for your warm welcome Noelle. I look forward to a great garden this upcoming Spring.
At 11:56am on September 19, 2011, Kimberly Simmons z5 OH said…
Thank you Noelle, I'm enjoying navigating the site!
At 10:24pm on September 17, 2011, Bobbi Keehn said…

Thank you so much for the welcome!  Nice to be here.  I'm going to have a look around!

cheers,

Bobbi

At 8:08am on August 27, 2011, lynda o z4or5. said…
thanks for the pickle aswer.
At 9:34pm on August 26, 2011, Mary Malley said…
Thanks, I am hoping to get ideas for landscaping once I complete my house renovation...the yard will need a makeover once the house is done!
At 7:47am on August 26, 2011, lynda o z4or5. said…

question on your pickle recipe. do you soak the cukes in the brine or mix alltogether

and put in the jars.??

 
 
 

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Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Ok this post is out of place I had to redo it as I had the wrong part in here so you couldn't get to the links. So this is why the last post. I need sleep night........................... Asparagus grows well here. One of the bad foods they…"
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Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"Found it, was on the first page duh. Unripe fruit can be toxic to the body because of enzyme inhibitors and poisonous cofactors that protect the plant from pests and animals until it is ripe and ready to eat. Nature's way of protecting. Also…"
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Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"In my life I have had reasons, as a care person and with my own health to look past modern medicine for help. There is a lot of info out there on the 5 tastes some say theres 6. Indian culture is very into this as well. Heaps of books if you know…"
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Vicky Myers commented on Community Manager's group Vegetable Gardens
"I am reading a book called Free Food and Medicine worldwide Edible Plant Guide, Every Living Thing has a Purpose _Even Weeds. By Markus Rothkranz. The fellows that are helping me around here have actually moved in one has a new born girl and a 2…"
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Pretty Apricot Begonia

"This is my favorite color these are just beautiful.."
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Linda Damiano commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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Pink Phlox

"Ours did well this year, so happy I planted them last year. Love the color Clare! "
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Colorful Summer Flowerbed

"Looking good Clare."
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