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DIY: Easy Garden Obelisk Tutorial - she explains how to build this obelisk & has lots of pictures to guide you.

Build a Mosquito Control container so you can sit and unwind in the evenings without dousing in DEET.

Your soil improvement efforts will be more effective if you think of garden soil as a living web of microorganisms, not an input-output system. Originally published as

Who knew? Storing onions for winter, can store for 8 months in pantyhose. Tie a knot between onions and you can then clip the knot as you need an onion.

Garden Plan - Sox1. My first garden plan using this App!

I LOVE this Gardening App from Mother Earth News!! A new online tool that enables gardeners to sketch a garden on their computer screens and select crops. The Planner calculates planting dates, spacing, and keeps a record of what is planted where. Spend your winter plotting the homegrown bounty ahead.

27 Medicinal Plants Worth Your Garden Space

On a northern Minnesota farm, a young mother passes down the love of gardening, native plants and time-honored growing methods her own mother instilled in her. You can read her story and learn by sometimes doing things the "old fashioned way" can be the best way.

GROW YOUR OWN TEA GARDEN - One of the best ways to enjoy your gardens is with a delicious cup of herbal tea in hand. With small adjustments or additions to your existing gardens, you can grow your own tea garden - then a fresh cup of tea is never further away than your own yard.

Really neat website with tons of information on lots and lots of things to do in your yard.

paint glow in the dark on plant potters for around the edge of the garden or patio

WINDOW BOX :: Calibrachoa (orange), sutera cordata (white), scaevola hybrid (blue), and Ipomea Marguerite (Sweet potato vine)

GENIUS…Line a pathway with rocks painted in glow in the dark paint. During the day they “charge” in the sun and in the evening they reflect the stored light. Rust-Oleum Glow in the Dark Brush-on Paint.

Skip the Round-Up and use vinegar instead!