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➡ Growing Blueberries in Containers  Good news! It’s easy to grow blueberries in containers on your deck or patio. That’s a boon for small-space gardeners—and it’s fun to have the berries to pick at the outdoor breakfast table even when you have a blueberry hedge elsewhere in your yard. Blueberries are at the top of the health-boosting hit parade and they’re popular with all ages.

➡ Growing Blueberries in Containers Good news! It’s easy to grow blueberries in containers on your deck or patio. That’s a boon for small-space gardeners—and it’s fun to have the berries to pick at the outdoor breakfast table even when you have a blueberry hedge elsewhere in your yard. Blueberries are at the top of the health-boosting hit parade and they’re popular with all ages.

Glass Gem Corn - rare heirloom

Glass Gem Corn - rare heirloom

Genetics of the Beautiful “Glass Gem” corn. You’re looking at an ear of a corn variety called “Glass Gem”, grown by Greg Schoen of Seeds Trust. This is real corn! How does it grow this way? Each corn kernel is actually a sort of unique plant.

Make these fun markers even easier and more safely by using a vegetable peeler from the dollar store.

Make these fun markers even easier and more safely by using a vegetable peeler from the dollar store.

The Flat: Illustrated guide to watering house plants — June Letters Design Blog

The Flat: House Plants Watering Instructions

Planter's Yardstick (We made them for family this Christmas! They are wonderful!)

Planter's Yardstick

Planter's Yardstick (We made them for family this Christmas! They are wonderful!)

Turn old newspaper into seedling pots. They can be planted directly into the ground as the paper will eventually biodegrade. You can form them by wrapping the paper around a jamjar or similar, or there are 'devices' that can be bought to make the pots. I think using the gardening supplement that comes with the weekend papers would be quite a nice touch :D

Turn old newspaper into seedling pots. They can be planted directly into the ground as the paper will eventually biodegrade. You can form them by wrapping the paper around a jamjar or similar, or there are 'devices' that can be bought to make the pots. I think using the gardening supplement that comes with the weekend papers would be quite a nice touch :D

Cut the ends off green onions and plant in potting soil. this is the best thing i've ever done.

Cut the ends off green onions and plant in potting soil. this is the best thing i've ever done.

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