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purtiful images | Purtiful images planting herbs and flowers for pests,

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Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

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Beautiful succulent mini garden

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Companion Planting 101 – HOMEGROWN

Lady bugs are a natural pest control. Keep more of them around by filling a 4"x1' long tube with sticks. The lady bugs will make it their home and watch over your garden.

Worried that you can't have a vegetable garden because your yard has too much shade? Here are 10 edibles that you can grow in the shade!

raised bed vegetable gardens

The Homestead Survival | How to Succeed at Planting Asparagus Homesteading Garden | thehomesteadsurvi...

Cucumber Trellis (pics) - Vegetable Gardening Forum - GardenWeb This wide trellis discourages the worms, makes finding and picking easier and adds a lovely shade spot below for time out in the garden!

Plant spacing

I want to start a vegetable garden when I move, so this will be helpful!

Vegetable Garden Planting Schedule | Planting Schedule - Vegetable Gardening Forum - GardenWeb

Want to grow your own food but don't have a garden? Here are tips for re-growing vegetables and fruit from kitchen scraps.

Adding sage to your campfire or fire pit keeps mosquitoes and bugs away. Good to know for an outdoor fire pit!

lightning bug garden decorations

Eggshells as Organic Pest Control. Works to kill Japanese beetles, flea beetles, snails, slugs, and other pests in the garden. And it's FREE! | GetBusyGardening.com

Building a Greenhouse: plans for this 6x8 greenhouse cost only $150 including the hardware!

Homesteading

How to plant potatoes

Small Space – Big Harvest: Edible Garden Design

Clematis "I Am Red Robin"

$50 fire pit using concrete tree rings

PVC Watering System

Did you know that cornmeal is birth control for seeds? Sprinkle it on your garden and it will keep weed seeds from germinating and growing into plants. Of course, cornmeal will keep any seed from germinating, so don’t try this on your vegetable garden until your plants are established and you’ve finished planting seeds.