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Covers planting and thinning sunflower seeds; common problems, pests and diseases; how sunflowers are pollinated; how to choose varieties; and how to harvest sunflower seeds. Thorough, organized for easy reading, and gorgeous photos.

Guide to Growing Sunflowers -

Covers planting and thinning sunflower seeds; common problems, pests and diseases; how sunflowers are pollinated; how to choose varieties; and how to harvest sunflower seeds. Thorough, organized for easy reading, and gorgeous photos.

How to grow sunflowers and what not to do - get the best results in your garden

Growing Sunflowers and What Not To do

While we might think of winter storms when we think of bad weather, the high temperatures of August and the drought conditions currently affecting most US homeowners are making yardcare a nightmare. Read on for tips to help.

Creeping Phlox... Amazing for ground cover, or along pathways or walls, or in a rock garden! The possibilities are ENDLESS. Lovely perennial.

Creeping Phlox... Amazing for ground cover, or along pathways or walls, or in a rock garden! The possibilities are ENDLESS. Lovely perennial.

DIY: How to go from a scraggly lawn to a golf course lawn in one season ♥Follow us♥

DIY: How to go from a scraggly lawn to a golf course lawn in one season ♥Follow us♥

Epson Salt & Lawn Care. For every 100 square feet of lawn, the Dirty Doctor recommends applying half a pound of Epsom salts over the lawn using the spreader. Alternately, combine 1 ounce of Epsom salts with a gallon of water, blend thoroughly, and use a mister to treat the lawn with the mixture. Awesome natural fertilizer!

Epson Salt & Lawn Care

Epson Salt & Lawn Care. For every 100 square feet of lawn, the Dirty Doctor recommends applying half a pound of Epsom salts over the lawn using the spreader. Alternately, combine 1 ounce of Epsom salts with a gallon of water, blend thoroughly, and use a mister to treat the lawn with the mixture. Awesome natural fertilizer!

Sprinkle cinnamon on the soil after seeds are planted or when fungus or mold is detected on the seedling or plant to kill the fungus or mold. Cinnamon also repels snakes.

Sprinkle cinnamon on the soil after seeds are planted or when fungus or mold is detected on the seedling or plant to kill the fungus or mold. Cinnamon also repels snakes.

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