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With the higher temperatures and longer days, make sure your garden is throughly hydrated. It's best to water in the morning when it's cooler and to do a deep watering a couple times a week vs. a little sprinkle every day.

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For those without their own land who are interested in learning more about community gardens, here's a list of Web sites that can help you find a community garden near you:

The American Community Gardening Association at

See what others are doing with our links to local Community Garden sites.

To find one near you, visit


Ann Arbor, Michigan:

Austin, Texas:

Boulder, Colorado:

Burlington, Vermont:

Capital District (Albany, NY):

Chester County, Pennsylvania:


Columbus, Ohio:


Decatur, Georgia:


Kansas City:

Madison, Wisconsin:

Missoula, Montana:

Montgomery, Vermont:


New York: and

Portland, Oregon:

Salt Lake City:


San Francisco:

San Jose, California:





Vancouver, B.C.:


Starting a Container Garden:

No community garden in your area? No yard? Perhaps a good start would be a container garden. Here is some advice on starting one from West Virginia University:

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