Explore Protect Young, Young Plants and more!

Explore related topics

Use covers to protect young plants

Use covers to protect young plants

Strip and collect fresh herbs from their woody stems easily with this herb stripper. Simply insert the stem into the desired hole, root side first, and pull the herb through. Catch the stripped herbs in the integrated bowl and discard the stem. Essential Spices and Herbs introduces you to the 50 must-know herbs and spices that will take your cooking to the next level. Detailed profiles of these game-changing flavors for the modern kitchen... FULL ARTICLE @ http://blogofherbs.com/shop/

Strip and collect fresh herbs from their woody stems easily with this herb stripper. Simply insert the stem into the desired hole, root side first, and pull the herb through. Catch the stripped herbs in the integrated bowl and discard the stem. Essential Spices and Herbs introduces you to the 50 must-know herbs and spices that will take your cooking to the next level. Detailed profiles of these game-changing flavors for the modern kitchen... FULL ARTICLE @ http://blogofherbs.com/shop/

Keep a potato around until some eyes start growing on it. Slice a piece of the potato off where the eye is, and put it in a cup with water covering the potato, but not the eye. Soon, you'll have a potato plant sprouting up and you can plant it in the garden, or just watch it grow in the cup (no potatoes will grow in the cup, but the plant will grow and look good.)

Keep a potato around until some eyes start growing on it. Slice a piece of the potato off where the eye is, and put it in a cup with water covering the potato, but not the eye. Soon, you'll have a potato plant sprouting up and you can plant it in the garden, or just watch it grow in the cup (no potatoes will grow in the cup, but the plant will grow and look good.)

Coffee Grounds for your Garden --  * Sprinkle used grounds around plants before rain or watering, for a slow-release nitrogen.  Add to your compost piles to increase nitrogen content and encourage microbial growth in the compost.

Coffee Grounds & Gardening: Using Coffee Grounds As Fertilizer

Coffee Grounds for your Garden -- * Sprinkle used grounds around plants before rain or watering, for a slow-release nitrogen. Add to your compost piles to increase nitrogen content and encourage microbial growth in the compost.

Why Epsom Salt is Good for Your Organic Garden

Why Epsom Salt is Good for Your Organic Garden

Mix 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt into 1 gallon of water. Epsom salt is full of magnesium, making flowers more vibrant and grass greener. Substitute this solution for normal watering at least once a month to maintain healthier plants and a greener lawn.

It is called a Potager garden which means when something is harvested, another plant appropriate for the season is put in it's place - hence an ever bearing garden. This can be accomplished with vegetables, flowers, herbs and perennials.

It is called a Potager garden which means when something is harvested, another plant appropriate for the season is put in it's place - hence an ever bearing garden. This can be accomplished with vegetables, flowers, herbs and perennials.

Learn all about growing blueberries; from  preparing the soil, to proper spacing! Use our free online Vegetable Garden Planner, zone chart, planting guide, and worksheets to plan a garden that works for you!

Learn all about growing blueberries; from preparing the soil, to proper spacing! Use our free online Vegetable Garden Planner, zone chart, planting guide, and worksheets to plan a garden that works for you!

Pinterest
Search