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5 Secrets to Getting Gorgeous Flowers

5 Secrets to Getting Gorgeous Flowers

Organic Gardening - How to Deter Slugs and Snails With Eggshells

Organic Gardening - How to Deter Slugs and Snails With Eggshells

Save eggshells & coffee grounds & sprinkle them around hydrangeas & roses. The calcium is good for the roses & the coffee grounds make the soil more acidic for the hydrangeas. Organic Gardening - How to Deter Slugs and Snails With Eggshells

When To Plant Your Vegetable Garden

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!)

Recycle-up je oude melkpakken tot kleine planten kassen.

Fantastic idea - and to involve the boys! potting shed idea: reuse your milk packages! cut open, soil in it, seeds and write on the cutted piece what you're growing.

How to grow blueberries at home - soil preparation, soil pH, which blueberries to grow, how much water blueberries need, best mulch for blue...

Growing Blueberries - Quick Guide and Master Grower's Tips

Self made Miracle Grow. Put Epsom salts and sugar into each hole with your plant. It makes them grow larger, leafier and greener, use about 1 Tablespoon in a 1 to 1 ratio but I don’t really measure it. You can also dissolve 1 Tablespoon into a gallon of w

great idea for the garden - now I just need to get the ambition to plant one this spring!

In addition to recycling plastic bottles and jugs for watering slowly, try to recycle your waste water for the garden. Water collected in rain barrels, or water from the bath or laundry can be used in the garden. I'd probably use glass bottles.

Step-by-Step: How to make Seed Balls » The Homestead Survival

How to make seed balls – great for reclaiming derelict areas with thin or poor soil, making them ideal tools for guerrilla gardening. Especially useful for tossing into empty or neglected lots. Best thrown just before a rainy spell to ensure germination

Keep squash & zucchini from getting out of control.... Upside down tomato cages are used to keep the leaves from sprawling out everywhere, which is quite effective. Daily attention is needed to make this happen though, as the leaves must be kept inside the hoops as it continues to grow upward.

Growing Zucchini in Small Spaces By simply using an inverted (aka upside-down) tomato cage, you can train your zucchini leaves to grow straight up! This leaves the bottom of the plant (where the zucchini's grow) open and makes it easy to see the fruit gr

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