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Propagate Roses - Cut 8 to 9 inches of a long stem rose at 45-degree angle. Remove spent blooms, leaves, or rose hips. Dip stem in cinnamon. Take a potato, remove any "eyes". Cut it in half and bore a hollow for rose stem. Plant about 4 inches into the ground or pot with moist soil. Cover with a glass jar. Planting on the north side will give the roses soft morning sun. Water to keep the soil moist, but do not soak soil. Transplant in about two months.

Propagate Roses - Cut 8 to 9 inches of a long stem rose at angle. Remove spent blooms, leaves, or rose hips. Dip stem in cinnamon. Cut it in half and bore a.

Heirloom seeds for a Rainbow Carrot Mix on Etsy.

Rainbow Carrot Mix - six crazy colors, 250 heirloom seeds, spring garden, fun for kids! A fun mix of colored carrots to brighten your table and entertain your kids. Varieties are listed below.

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Montessori Living & Learning Website providing beautiful educational printable materials for parents and teachers for the home and the classroom.

WORMY, WORMY GOODNESS! Celebrating the recent opening of your schools worm farm? Looking for something fun to end your worm unit with? This worm pack is full of fun, slimy worm activities that celebrate the amazing things worms do for our gardens!

WORMS! {A booklet of activities celebrating earthworms & worm farming}

Celebrating the recent opening of your schools worm farm? Looking for something fun to end your worm unit with? This worm pack is full of fun, slimy worm activities that celebrate the amazing things worms do for our gardens!

Straw Bale & Glass Cold Frame - To keep growing in winter weather, consider this low cost clever idea. Insulate your garden with straw or hay bales & cover with glass (in this case old sliding doors) to retain heat. Some ventilation during warmer days would be necessary. Also a pest + animal deterrent. Caution around kids though! | The Micro Gardener

Straw Bale Gardening, great in all climates from the Arctic to the Caribbean islands!

Straw Bale & Glass Cold Frame - To keep growing in winter weather, consider this low cost clever idea. Insulate your garden with straw or hay bales & cover with glass (in this case old sliding doors) to retain heat. Wonder if this really works?

Ultimate Western Collection: The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garret [CD]

Ultimate Western Collection: The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garret [CD]

The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garrett - Ultimate Western Collection: The 50 Guitars of Tommy Garret (CD)

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This versatile A-frame plant stand has great space capacity for all types of indoor plants. - for the old ladder?

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