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Share Article has started an online community that provides a frequently updated blog and a forum for members to share ideas about all aspects of the gardening world. is a community of passionate gardeners who wish to share their experience and expertise with others. Members can participate in the online forum, and all visitors can access the blog that has useful articles pertaining to starting a garden, garden maintenance, planting techniques, and creating an edible landscape. The site has been updated recently to include new web pages on companion planting, planting roses, and tips for growing organic vegetables. is a resource for any reader interested in receiving or sharing valuable insight within the gardening community.'s new page entitled "Companion Planting" describes the benefits of choosing complementary plant varieties for the garden. The page discusses how certain plants placed together help to enhance both varieties' productivity or flavor. Companion planting is also useful for natural pest control by attracting beneficial and predatory insects.

According to the "Planting Roses" page on, there are countless rose varieties that will thrive in any garden environment. Growing roses successfully in the garden relies on various factors including the planting season, region, and careful maintenance. This page provides guidance for all steps in the rose planting process.'s page on "Tips for Growing Organic Vegetables" suggests a number of natural ways to assure a bountiful vegetable garden. Nutrient rich soil is the cornerstone to any productive garden, and fertilizing naturally is essential for organic gardening. This page provides information on how to maintain a healthy and productive vegetable garden that is free of pests, as well as chemicals.

About started blogging in April of 2009, focusing on garden design, gardening techniques, and growing edible varieties. This website is designed and maintained by iGoMogul.

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