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July is not the end of the growing season. It’s just another beginning. There’s time to grow more quick crops such as baby salad greens, spinach and radishes. 

Mid-summer marks the time when all the hard work of putting your garden in pays off. Dill and basil add life to meals, flowers welcome passers-by, and salad greens just don’t get any fresher. Relax a little and enjoy the fruits of your labor.

But don’t relax too long. Today we’ll cover a gaggle of mid-summer tips. Here we go.

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