1. Garden Solutions Center I have a few containers that I've been growing tomatoes in, but would love to continue growing something once the frost has taken the tomatoes as I really love these containers. Any suggestions on plants or herbs that I can grow in winter outdoors? I'm in zone 7b. Thanks!

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  2. Garden Solutions Center I read your blogs regularly and especially love the food tips that you include for vegetables. My green beans are coming on strong and was hoping that you might share a few tips on how to use them in the kitchen. I normally just microwave or saute on the stove, but looking for other ideas. Thanks and looking forward to your next post!

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  3. Garden Solutions Center I still have a sunny spot on my patio for another container and would like to grow a tomato. I know I'm getting a late start, but are there any tomatoes that I can grow before frost comes in fall? Our first frost can be anywhere from October 15 - 30. Thanks.

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  4. Garden Solutions Center I'm thinking of growing a few herbs on the patio. What are three culinary herbs that you recommend growing? Also, any growing tips for containers is appreciated. Thank you.

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  5. Garden Solutions Center I just read your blog post on plants that attract birds and butterflies and want to grow more plants in my patio garden that do just that. Can you give me a few suggestions for summer-blooming plants? Are there any herbs that will attract birds or butterflies? Thanks!

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  6. Garden Solutions Center What is a easy to grow, drought-tolerant plant that can be used as an edging plant?

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  7. Garden Solutions Center I live in Southern Oregon and want to know when I can start planting basil in my garden. Thanks!

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  8. Garden Solutions Center I want to try and experiment with companion planting in my vegetable garden this year. What companion plants do you recommend to grow near tomatoes?

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  9. Garden Solutions Center I'd like to grow pole green beans this year and I'm looking for a no-fuss, very flavorful variety. What recommendations do you have?

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