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1893. The first field guide to North American wildflowers. A favorite of Rudyard Kipling and Theodore Roosevelt.

Natural Pest Repellent Use orange and banana peels to keep the pests away. Cut up banana peels to bury 1 to 2 inches deep in the soil around plants that are prone to aphid infestations to repel and remove aphids from the area. Organic Authority recommends placing pieces of orange peel around affected plants or creating a tear in the orange peel and attaching it directly to the stem of the affected plant.

Banana Peels & Orange Peels in the Garden

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Homemade Weed Killer1 gallon of white vinegar 1/2 cup salt Liquid dish soap (any brand) Empty spray bottle

My Kind Of Introduction: Homemade Weed Killer Recipes

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Dried Banana Peels as a Plant Fertilizer Bananas are not only wonderful sources of potassium for people, but their peels are a great source of phosphorus, potassium and other important trace minerals for plants. ... ... To dry banana peels. Place them on paper towels in an open weave basket and allow to dry.

Alternative Gardning: Dried Banana Peels as a Plant Fertilizer

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How to revitalize dirty and rusty pruning shears.

How-to page for growing blueberries. Nobody eats veggies, so maybe use my yard space for things the family actually enjoys.

Think I will try this......... Candytuft is a low growing border plant that spreads nicely. It is an ever green all winter long : ) I planted 5 of them last summer.

Epsom Salt is Magnesium Sulfate... Helps to produce bushier plants, produce more flowers, and deter pests. Tips for how much to use for different plants.

Soooo Striking, this color combination ~

Regrow roses!!! "My neighbor has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works." (quote from link)