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Not exactly a health topic but still important where tornadoes are more regular: Tornado Preparation Tips
How to grow Raspberries and Blackberries when to prune/transplant/fertilize! e.g.: "Raspberries use a lot of water, especially when bearing. About 1 1/2 inch of water per week and more during hot weather. Watering is most critical from the time the fruit begin to show color until picking has been completed."
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How to Propagate Roses Using Potatoes
Growing rose cuttings using potatoes. I'll have to give it a try. I also like the idea someone left in the comments to propagate the roses from bouquets of bought flowers. Great way to make a gift last for a long time.
Incorporate Edible Plants: This flower-filled front yard garden incorporates lots of herbs and vegetables, too -- so harvesting fresh, homegrown produce is a breeze. Planting flowers with vegetables helps attract pollinators for extra yields.
Pinner said: Each week I add 2 lbs of Baking Soda to the water in our above ground pool (our pool is gallons,) in addition to the normal chemicals. I am impressed by how clear and sparkly the water is after the addition of baking soda! Really, ther