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Are you growing hot peppers this year? Here's a tip for you spicy food lovers in the northern hemisphere: plant your hot peppers in black nursery containers but cut out the bottoms. The plants will get the warmth they need through the black pot and will get a jumpstart on weeds and bugs around by sitting higher up but will not have their roots restricted by the bottom of the container. Best of both worlds. BAM! by theplantcharmer

Wall gardening -- interesting idea, though that's a lot of waterin' to do. http://http://www.schiavello.com.au/verticalgarden.htm

How to Save Tomato Seeds by Fermenting

Plant a Winter Hanging Basket

Self watering hanging basket. The link shows putting a small pot in center and filling with water but I like the water bottle idea shown in illustration..remember to line bottom with plastic bag (between the soil and fiber or moss)

FATHER'S DAY GIFT: Hanging Succulent Vertical Garden in Vintage Window Shutter (Matte Black)

We’re right in the middle of spring, the perfect time to start planting flowers, vegetables, herbs, and more! Gardening season is upon us and it’s in full swing. Whether you are brand new to gardening or you have a veteran green thumb, you know that gardening is a rewarding way to spend more...

100 Expert Gardening Tips, Ideas and Projects that Every Gardener Should...

We’re right in the middle of spring, the perfect time to start planting flowers, vegetables, herbs, and more! Gardening season is upon us and it’s in full swing. Whether you are brand new to gardening or you have a veteran green thumb, you know that gardening is a rewarding way to spend more...

Another strawberry setup this one is more residential than what I usually do. Imagine yourself picking fresh organic fruits for breakfast ever morning! Yummy! #verticalfarming #urbanfarming #urbangardenersrep #growsomethinggreen #epicgardening #urbanorganicgardener #gardeningtips #gardening #summer #healthy #nature #montreal #garden #gardens #vegan #food by theplantcharmer