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Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulfate... Helps to produce bushier plants, produce more flowers, and deter pests. Tips for how much to use for different plants.

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How To Grow Your Own Blueberries - I literally just planed our blueberries yesterday so I definitely want to read this for tips!

How To Grow Your Own Blueberries - I literally just planed our blueberries yesterday so I definitely want to read this for tips!

22 {Very} Clever Gardening Tips

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips: Garden Tips - Garden - Blessmyweeds.com

Here are 20 insanely clever gardening tips and hacks that make gardening easier. If you love gardening, you need these tips in your life!

Grow the Biggest Healthiest plants EVER, with this Secret 4 Ingredient recipe!

4 Ingredient Plant Food for the Biggest Plants This Year!

These 4 Bizarre Ingredients combine to make the best plant food, giving you the biggest and best plants on the block!

How to Fertilize Plants with Epsom Salts | Today's Homeowner

How to Fertilize Plants with Epsom Salts | Today's Homeowner

Gabby asks, "Is adding Epsom salts to your garden good for plants? How do you apply it?”Epsom salts are made up of a chemical called magnesium sulfate, which is sometimes used as a supplement for roses, tomatoes, and peppers. Here's how to use them.

Test Your Soil's pH with Vinegar: Sprinkle some vinegar on a handful of dirt. If it fizzes, the soil is alkaline.

10 Uses for Vinegar

Forget about salad dressing. This inexpensive kitchen staple—the distilled white kind, that is—can multitask in any room of the house

Clever Tips that Make Your Plants Keep Blooming

Tips and Tricks to Keep Your Plants Blooming ~ Bless My Weeds

How to keep your plants blooming all year long!

#DIY Miracle Grow: 1 gallon of water, 1 tbsp epsom salt, 1 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.

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#DIY Miracle Grow: 1 gallon of water, 1 tbsp epsom salt, 1 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.

Homemade Liquid Miracle Grow Concentrate Recipe For $0.35 A Container! (correct link)

Ways To Stretch A Dollar: Homemade Liquid Miracle Grow Concentrate For

1tsp Epsom Salt in 4 cups warm water. - Spray on plant & then again in 10 Days. - Produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium. Especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses

Easy Grow Vegetables - Hoosier Homemade

Growing your own vegetables is a great way to save money and a fun activity for the whole family. 10 easy grow vegetables that kids and adults will love.

How to get your soil right, to stop bird damage and grow heaps more blueberries than you ever have done before in your own garden.

How to get your soil right, to stop bird damage and grow heaps more blueberries than you ever have done before in your own garden.

Top five tips for growing healthy hydrangeas @ thriftydecorchick.com

Five tips for growing beautiful hydrangeas {and not killing them}

Top five tips for growing healthy hydrangeas @ thriftydecorchick.com

How to perform a soil test

Home and Gardening News and Trends | Gardeningworld.org

Gardeningworld.org offers aspiring gardeners and seasoned greens keepers useful tips and tricks, as well as the latest trends in the world of gardening.

How to perform a soil test

Home and Gardening News and Trends | Gardeningworld.org

Gardeningworld.org offers aspiring gardeners and seasoned greens keepers useful tips and tricks, as well as the latest trends in the world of gardening.

How to plant root bound plants: Make numerous downward cuts so that the circular roots are cut. Remove any brown or black roots, which are most likely dead. Keep the white roots, which are alive. ‘Massage’ the root ball of your plant, which will help loosen the roots even more. Plant your plant and its ‘freed roots’ in a larger pot or in the ground. The newly cut roots will grow outward and your plant will start growing again. And that’s all there is to fixing a root-bound plant.

How to plant root bound plants

How to plant root bound plants: Make numerous downward cuts so that the circular roots are cut. Remove any brown or black roots, which are most likely dead. Keep the white roots, which are alive. ‘Massage’ the root ball of your plant, which will help loosen the roots even more. Plant your plant and its ‘freed roots’ in a larger pot or in the ground. The newly cut roots will grow outward and your plant will start growing again. And that’s all there is to fixing a root-bound plant.

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Plants & Shrubs That Like Coffee Grounds

There are many tools available to help you raise beautiful flowers, tasty vegetables and healthy plants, including coffee grounds. High in nitrogen, old coffee grounds provide plants with nutrients and attract helpful creatures like earthworms, while also deterring destructive pests. Best of all, coffee grounds are ...