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Garden Journaling - include tags from plants (when they were planted, how well they did and when they faded, landscape drawings of your different beds, what was planted where, the weather, etc...

Mixing Creative: Garden Journaling

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Alternative Gardning: Rooting hydrangea cuttings

Alternative Gardning: Rooting hydrangea cuttings

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32 Of The Best DIY Backyard Games You Will Ever Play

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!)

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Soda Bottle Drip Feeder that makes use or recycled materials and works really well. Great and fun DIY project that the kids will love.

Soda Bottle Drip Feeder for Vegetables - Easy DIY project

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Cinnamon in the Sandbox - It keeps the bugs away! I knew cinnamon repelled ants... but I never thought of this! Brilliant!

Day 191 - Cinnamon in the Sandbox

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I WISH I KNEW THIS BEFORE! "When my sister was married, I took the half-dead roses from her bouquet. At home, I rooted them by cutting off the heads, making a clean cut on the bottoms, dipping the fresh-cut bottoms in rooting hormone, and putting them in a pot that was half Perlite and half soil. I kept these moist until rooted & planted them in a shaded location in my garden. This year, on her anniversary, she received a gift that can't be replaced: 12 rose bushes from her wedding bouquet."

Succulent cuttings begat even more succulents. - Gardening hack

30 Insanely Clever Gardening Tricks

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~Grow dozens of new lavender plants from cuttings taken from a single shrub~

Plants for Free - How to Propagate Lavender

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Growing potatoes in a laundry basket

Growing potatoes in a laundry basket @ its-a-green-life

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Epsom salt is a longtime, affordable way to help start your garden or improve your garden once it’s already going. You can use Epsom salt in the garden as a fertilizer, a pest deterrent, and also as a seed starter, to name a few. Epsom salt can also enhance the quality and condition of your lawn and shrubs!

Alternative Gardning: Affordable way to help start your garden

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How to make a raised bed, the German way.

Our Hugelkulture/Raised Bed Garden

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I always look for ways to improve my gardening efficiency as I don’t have a big yard. I grew potatoes in the last two years. They are really yummy. And it is easy and fun to grow them. The problem is that it takes a lot of space to grow …

How to Grow 100 Pounds of Potatoes in 4 Sq Feet

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Create a buried pot garden for easy landscaping. Herb garden idea?

41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

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The best types of plants for successful terrariums. Great tips available here to get your ready for our terrarium classes!

best plants for terrariums | going home to roost

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Tip: vessels with large openings are perfect for succulent and cacti terrariums since they allow for greater evaporation while vessels with smaller openings are perfect for moisture loving plants like ferns

Secrets of a Successful Terrarium - Centsational Girl

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How to Build Your Own Terrarium... Note to self: Sphagnum moss can substitute for sheet moss.

How to Build Your Own Terrarium

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My Turn for us: Miracle Gro Project-How to build a Terrarium

My Turn for us: Miracle Gro Project-How to build a Terrarium

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Nephthytis-White-Butterfly

nephthytis houseplant - Yahoo Search Results

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How to plant and grow baby's breath. good gardening website

Day 4 - Gypsophila, commonly known as baby's-breath, is a genus of about 100 species of flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae, native to Europe, Asia and north Africa. Many species are found on calcium-rich soils, including gypsum, hence the name of the genus. Its botanical name means "lover of chalk", which is accurate in describing the type of soil in which this plant grows. We use thousands of bunches of "Gyp" at Steins every year.